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February 01, 2013

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Jim Fuquay, moderator

Glenn and anybody else interested -- You can see every well in Texas on the Railroad Commission's site by clicking on this link: http://gis2.rrc.state.tx.us/public/startit.htm
Then click on "Select Map Tool" and choose "Identify Wells" from the drop-down menu. Then choose a county from the next drop-down menu. Use the "Screen Pan" control and the "zoom in/zoom out" controls to zero in on an area you're interested in. Completed gas wells are red circles with arms. Have fun.

Glenn Shadle

I have a question rather than a comment. I would like to know the location of all of the drill sites in
texas. Can you give that information? Natural gas sites only.

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