Started by landowner in General Shale Discussions 3 hours ago.
Started by williamTAYLOR in General Shale Discussions 14 hours ago.
Recently , I talked to our land man for about an hour-I was a little surprised that he had that much time to talk. My mother is still living and is the real owner until she passes it on to my brother, sister and to myself. With her will and the language in the oil/gas lease this will happen with-out probate which is how we want it. This original agreement was made on April 16TH 1897 . Since then the oil/gas laws have changed and our contract with HG ENERGY LLC has improved since they…Continue
Posted by Thomas Morris on August 6, 2013 at 1:00pm
Energy In Depth's Shawn:
"UPDATE (5/31/12, 10:00 am ET): MarkWest has come a long way since they announced their plans to build natural gas processing facilities in Cadiz last August. MarkWest has been processing 60 million cubic feet of gas per day (Mmcf/d), removing the wet gas components of ethane, butane, propane and pentane since late last year from their temporary facility. Just this month, MarkWest completed…Continue
Posted by Anne Carto on June 3, 2013 at 11:57am
War, religion, politics, and guns have been hotly contested topics for decades, even millennia. It hasn’t been until the last decade or so when families, friends, and communities starting debating each other on the steps of state capitols and at dinner tables across the country over all aspects of energy, especially natural resource development.
It’s become an emotional debate, with two sides that feel like the other is not listening. Companies are frustrated,…
Posted by Keith Mauck (Site Publisher) on May 24, 2013 at 2:30pm
Dr. Robert W. Chase, Chair and Professor at Marietta College, gives background on Ohio production data:
"After at least an extra month of guarded anticipation, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (DNR) finally released oil and gas production data on 86 wells producing from the Utica shale during 2012. Oddly enough, an article from Reuters appearing in Friday’s papers dismisses the Utica play as a bust. To quote the…Continue
"Last night, voters in the City of Youngstown roundly rejected an ill advised “Community Bill of Rights” charter amendment that threatened the city from regaining its status as the economic powerhouse it once was. The final vote tally shows the charter amendment was handily defeated by a 57% to 43% margin. In the end 3,821 voted against the measure while only 2,880 voted to enact the…Continue
Posted by Anne Carto on May 8, 2013 at 12:59pm
Energy in Depth's Shawn covers the tedious process of permitting in Ohio:
"A recent article in the Columbus Dispatch, entitled “Drillers: Ohio easy place to do business in,” left readers with the impression that Ohio has a rubber stamp system for permitting oil and gas development, and by extension a lack of proper scrutiny on safety and environmental protection.…Continue
Posted by Anne Carto on May 6, 2013 at 2:30pm
The Swamp School’s new online wetland delineation training is entirely online and local. There is no out of town travel required. Even the field work is nearby. First you complete our Wetland CORE t…
With natural gas being the cleanest, most efficient fuel, innovation surrounding the integration of LNG with power generation today is growing. Countries including Colombia, Chile, Argentina and Urug…
Organized by dmg :: events | Type: conference
Gastech is the leading event for the international oil & gas industry and a global meeting place for energy professionals working in the natural gas cycle. The event will next take place at KINTE…