Based in Houston, Indigo Natural Resources is a large-scale company with operations focused in the Haynesville in northern Louisiana. With more than 435,000 net effective acres in DeSoto, Sabine, Natchitoches, Red River and Caddo Parishes, we have exposure to three substantial stacked pay zones – the Haynesville Shale, the Bossier Shale and the Holly Vaughn formation. 

Recently named the fourth largest private E&P operator in the U.S. by Hart Energy, Indigo is one of the largest producers in the Haynesville with approximately 1 billion cubic feet per day of net production.

We are an experienced operator with operations focused in North Louisiana since 2006. We develop natural gas from the prolific Haynesville Shale region. This concentrated effort allows our team to develop and employ technical and operational expertise to increase efficiencies, lower overhead, and maximize value for all our stakeholders.

Why the Haynesville and Bossier?

The Haynesville and Bossier are among the highest-quality, highest-return, dry-gas shales in North America, featuring consistent geology, over-pressured rock, high-porosity, permeability and thickness. Substantial improvements in completion technologies, such as longer laterals and increased proppant, have recently been applied, significantly improving well results. Natural gas production from the Haynesville and Bossier has been on the rise since 2016. 

Why the Holly Vaughn?

Located in North Louisiana, the Holly Vaughn horizon is a unique Cotton Valley target characterized by high deliverability, large gas-in-place volumes, and liquids-rich production. It is comprised of a continuous, 300-foot thick, tight gas sand package that has been de-risked with horizontal development over the last decade.

Why North Louisiana?

Production from North Louisiana is well positioned to serve the growing demand for natural gas from the LNG and industrial markets along the Gulf Coast. Indigo’s acreage is approximately 150 miles from the demand centers, compared to 1,200 miles for natural gas coming from the Appalachian region. This proximity gives Indigo’s assets in North Louisiana a structural pricing advantage over other gas producers.