ZaZa Energy Corporation holds the premier land position in the liquids rich window in the Eaglebine/Eagle Ford East play, whch is positioned in the thickest, most organic rich section of the entire Eaglebine/Eagle Ford East trend. The Company is focused on developing this Tier 1 land asset and capturing the value of this resource with its world-class joint venture partner.
ZaZa Energy Corporation utilizes the most innovative methodologies and industry best practices to ensure its first-mover advantage. Through advanced computer mapping and modeling, 3-D visualization, detailed formation sample/rock analysis, as well as core and log integration techniques, ZaZa’s management team is not only capitalizing on exploitation in proven industry trends, but is also identifying new opportunities with an eye on stacked pay potential and productive “sweet spots” in emerging plays.
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Using the information gathered from our proof of concept drilling and applying state-of-the-art technologies allowed us to quickly and routinely integrate geological, petrophysical, and engineering based data to aid in evaluating new expanding areas outside the Eagle Ford play.
In 2010 ZaZa stepped out to the east of its core Eagle Ford position to explore the siliciclastic shales of the Houston Salt Basin and Brazos Basin. These areas contained a combination of the Eagle Ford and Woodbine sediments which have now become known as the Eaglebine. The Upper Eaglebine is more commonly known as the Woodbine Sand play. The Lower Eaglebine or Laminate play are “toe-of-slope” sands from the Woodbine deltas that terminate into organically rich basinal shales in the deeper portion of the basins. Both are different than the Eagle Ford because of the greater sand and silt composition. Resistivity is lower due to a decrease in carbonate and the increased conductivity of the fine grained, laminated sands and silts.