Discovery of oil at Frisco City Field in 1986 opened up a new play in the Upper Jurassic Haynesville Formation, Monroe County, southwest Alabama. (Figure 1). The Haynesville play, now in its second decade, has expanded to include 22 fields. There are two main productive areas: Conecuh Ridge in southern Monroe County and Covington High in southern Covington County. To date, these fields have produced approximately 22 million bls of oil and 33.6 billion ft3 of gas. Discoveries are linked to basement paleohighs that are part of the updip basement structure trend of the eastern Gulf. Reservoirs...

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