The team at Tellurian Production LLC consists of oil and gas upstream professionals in engineering, geoscience, land, operations, and finance, with a combined experience of over 200 years developing US unconventional shale reservoirs. Their knowledge and expertise in developing unconventional resource plays provide integral support for Tellurian as we continue to acquire, develop, and manage natural gas assets to supply long-term, low-cost production to Driftwood LNG.

Tellurian Production LLC retains a sizable acreage position in Northern Louisiana by acquiring natural gas-producing assets and engaging in an organic leasing initiative. Sustained development of this acreage position has significantly grown production since 2017, when Tellurian made its first asset purchase in the upstream space. As efforts to optimize these assets continue, Tellurian Production LLC maintains an exemplary operational safety record and responsible environmental stewardship. Implementing an active emissions monitoring program, electrifying all new production well sites, and committing to green completions are just a few examples of Tellurian’s efforts to reduce its carbon footprint.

As of 4Q22, Tellurian Production LLC holds ~27,689 net acres in the prolific Haynesville Shale gas basin, with interests in 143 producing wells and more than 400 drillable locations*.

* Inventory of reserve locations as of December 31, 2022 (using December 30, 2022 NYMEX strip pricing) as prepared by Netherland, Sewell & Associates in accordance with the definitions and guidelines set forth in the 2018 Petroleum Resources Management System (PRMS).

Environmental stewardship​

Tellurian is committed to supplying energy to the global market with a priority on decreasing urban pollution, reducing worldwide carbon emissions and slowing the pace of climate change. Tellurian is developing natural gas infrastructure efficiently and responsibly, providing consumers with a more reliable, cleaner energy supply and enabling advances in renewable energy alternatives.


Haynesville Shale Basin

  • Approx. 27,689 net acres
  • Approx. 130 mmcfe/d production in 2022