Excellant post zorro. I am glad you had the monthly production numbers handy. I have them someplace but my file cabinet (the floor) is overflowing with other junk right now. I did look quickly at the numbers and came up with a 7.5% peak to peak deviation after throwing out the highest and lowest months. So as I said in my last post, I don't think a 6% drop for a month is anything to worry about unless it continues for several months. I posted a while back that I thought the reserve life was closer to 20 years and went back and started looking at it. I think based on the numbers I see you are closer at 8-10 years. Of coarse, that is based on lower prices last year. As you may be aware, reserve life goes out further with price increases, as marginal producers can stay on line longer. Also, new drilling can increase field life. So all in all, I think the article was just a space filler for them. I will continue to watch.