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Artex: Why so quiet? 13 Replies

Started by Gary Castellini in General Shale Discussions. Last reply by Gary Castellini 14 minutes ago.

Rumors of a new well in Westfield township 17 Replies

Started by william Allen. Ladd in General Shale Discussions. Last reply by Philip Thackray 31 minutes ago.

INFRASTRUCTURE! 61 Replies

Started by Trapper in General Shale Discussions. Last reply by john tindor 44 minutes ago.

My latest royalty check was the smallest to date ! 8 Replies

Started by Zack Jameson in General Shale Discussions. Last reply by Dexter Green 1 hour ago.

Positive news for the Shell Cracker in PA 31 Replies

Started by Jed Clampett in General Shale Discussions. Last reply by Ron Hale 3 hours ago.

Natural Gas Liquids in Wetzel County? 8 Replies

Started by Marcus Huey in General Shale Discussions. Last reply by Tim Tarr 14 hours ago.

Guernsey County Madison Township 5 Replies

Started by Vicki Mellon in General Shale Discussions. Last reply by wandering juju 17 hours ago.

Seismic Survey Payment 51 Replies

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New Bill Pushes 12.5% Guaranteed Minimum Royalty for PA Landowners 20 Replies

Started by Matthew Santiago in General Shale Discussions. Last reply by Jeff Kerr 20 hours ago.

New way to get your money. via the IRS 4 Replies

Started by Joe in General Shale Discussions. Last reply by Nancy Mosley 20 hours ago.

Farm acreage leased with Antero 36 Replies

Started by Peg Murdock in General Shale Discussions. Last reply by Peg Murdock 22 hours ago.

production swings up - is this from prior choking? 6 Replies

Started by Booger in General Shale Discussions. Last reply by Kyle Nuttall yesterday.

Deductions from statement 2 Replies

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The day I have been waiting for 9 Replies

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Noble County, west of I77 Belle Valley area 19 Replies

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Who is liable for incorrect royalty payments? 9 Replies

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Magnum Hunter has Offer from unnamed MLP for Eureka Hunter Pipeline 183 Replies

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Understanding How Chesapeake Energy Is Shorting Royalty Payments

Breeze through the 49 pages of how & why Chesapeake is making ADJUSTMENTS to the Suessenbach Family LP Royalties. Hey, they are doing the same thing at Buck Well 1H. I'm sure this is limited to only a few wells......NOT!!!

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

FOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA

 

THE SUESSENBACH FAMILY

LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, JAMES S.

SUESSENBACH, and GINA M.

SUESSENBACH, individually and on

behalf of all…

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Posted by Ron Hale on June 29, 2015 at 5:39pm

More Southern Iraq Oil is Starting to Hit the Markets

For the last 10 years, the oil industry in Iraq has been under intense pressure from jihadist insurgents and many leading oil producers were force to pull out of the region because of fears of safety for their workers, and the locals that lived in the areas according to Energy in Asia.

However, things have begun to change in the South of Iraq, especially in the oil-rich fields of North Rumaila which,…

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Posted by Oil & Gas News on February 4, 2015 at 11:35am

Alternate Fracking and Wastewater Treatment Methods

 

In researching this subject, I discovered a January 16, 2011 article featured in OilOnLine which provides an interesting alternative to conventional fracking techniques.  Virginia based PDN Mountaineer, LLC announded that they have partnered with Utah based Purestream Technology in incorporating their Trilogy system to treat and purify wastewater from their Marcellus operations.  Purestream claims to be able to alleviate the environmental impact of hydraulic fracturing by…

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Posted by John H on November 17, 2014 at 3:36pm

Understanding the Basics of Ohio Geology



The Trenton Limestone:



The Trenton Limestone and accompanying Black River rocks are important in that they serve as the source for much or all hydrocarbon formation in the Appalachian basin. Generally speaking, the Trenton Limestone serves as a cap rock for the underlying Black River source rocks. Because it is not as thick here in Ohio, it has allowed hydrocarbons formed by the Black River group to migrate naturally into the Utica/Pt. Pleasant. To the East, in West Virginia…

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Posted by John H on July 22, 2014 at 1:17am

Column: Saudi Arabia and New Mexico: oil price threat

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Posted by Bob Perkins on November 20, 2014 at 6:32pm

Chesapeake Energy Royalty Statement Decoded

*Oil, Gas and Natural Gas Liquids are sold well below market value to Affiliate (Chesapeake Energy) then a royalty is paid. The product is then sold on open market for a fair market price. An investigation will show that all royalty paying sales by CHK are by the same route, a bogus sale. The Royalty Statement admits to this activity which fits the definition of Theft By Deception per Ohio Revised Code.



*Natural Gas is used by Chesapeake free of charge as stated on Royalty statement.… Continue

Posted by Ron Hale on November 7, 2014 at 12:12pm — 3 Comments

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    July 9, 2015 from 1pm to 3pm – SwampSchool.org

    On May 27, 2015 the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the US army Corps of Engineers (USACE) announced the publication of the Final “Waters of the US” rule.   This new rule encompasses mor

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Latest Activity

Gary Castellini replied to Gary Castellini's discussion 'Artex: Why so quiet?'
"Anadarko paid NGO(Newark, Ohio) a 12.9 million dollar termination fee to end their Farm-In for Coshocton and Tuscararus Counties. I could see the Artex/Anadarko termination fee being 10-20 times that much. Artex should be "rolling" in cash."
14 minutes ago
Philip Thackray replied to william Allen. Ladd's discussion 'Rumors of a new well in Westfield township'
"As of today, no drilling permits have been issued for Brookefield Township, Tioga County.  Interested parties should check out the PA DEP eNOTICE site described in my email further down the page.  Activity will appear there first. Phil"
31 minutes ago
James Vanderink replied to Gary Castellini's discussion 'Artex: Why so quiet?'
"Thanks Dexter, I wish PA Joe would chime in. Maybe he has some more insight since his last post on this subject. "Reply by PA Joe on June 4, 2015 at 8:03am Artex didn't buy the leases off of Anadarko. Anadarko "farmed in to"…"
31 minutes ago
john tindor replied to Trapper's discussion 'INFRASTRUCTURE!'
"Thanks, Mike.  Very helpful! "
44 minutes ago
Booger replied to David Allen Lilly's discussion 'Has anyone hired an attorney to verify that you royalties are what thery should be ?'
"the land rep is probably not a good source of truthful information"
48 minutes ago
Dave Moyer replied to william Allen. Ladd's discussion 'Rumors of a new well in Westfield township'
"Brookefield township"
51 minutes ago
Dexter Green replied to Zack Jameson's discussion 'My latest royalty check was the smallest to date !'
""We were told these wells would produce for 20+ years" 1. You were lied to 2. In the event a well does last that long the royalty will tremendously small by year 10 and irrelevant by year 20 If you're nearing the two year mark…"
1 hour ago
Dexter Green replied to Gary Castellini's discussion 'Artex: Why so quiet?'
"No, I was referring to their activity further to the west (Morgan, Perry, Fairfield).  I do find it hard to believe that they'll have greater success in Noble county than APC, which is one of the world's largest and most advanced…"
1 hour ago
Lori Huber replied to David Allen Lilly's discussion 'Has anyone hired an attorney to verify that you royalties are what thery should be ?'
"The "at the wellhead" designation was my own and is not stated in the lease. What I was referring to was that we were to receive royalties on what comes out of the well with no deductions, "directly or indirectly", per the…"
1 hour ago
bo boboski replied to bo boboski's discussion 'Rumors & Tidbits for Guernsey County' in the group Guernsey County, OH
"Don't know, but Cambridge already has an asphalt plant. They must know something is going to happen."
2 hours ago
bo boboski replied to David Allen Lilly's discussion 'Has anyone hired an attorney to verify that you royalties are what thery should be ?'
"THAT is the lopehole they needed. "at the Wellhead" !  If your lease has it at the price sold at the wellhead, that gives them the reasoning they want to be able to charge all those deductions. Check your lease."
2 hours ago
Zack Jameson replied to Zack Jameson's discussion 'My latest royalty check was the smallest to date !'
"I'm located in a prime area. The unit is over 1200 acres with 11 wells. CNX and Noble are in the venture together. Noble drilled the wells. It's right near Majorsville, WV, so the infrastructure is there. Everything is perfect, but the…"
3 hours ago
Jim Litwinowicz replied to Zack Jameson's discussion 'My latest royalty check was the smallest to date !'
"Lets see, wells deplete over time and produce less.  Prices of all hydrocarbons, from gas to wet fractions to oil, have all dropped tremendously. Some areas with lack of pipes, have seen drops below production costs inducing producers to either…"
3 hours ago
Ron Hale replied to Jed Clampett's discussion 'Positive news for the Shell Cracker in PA'
"J-O,     Read the below website Court Case. It's over 40 pages long so pace yourself since it is a legal document. Remain focused while reading and stop when you get distracted, but mark your place. Let the info simmer in your…"
3 hours ago
frank speaker replied to David Allen Lilly's discussion 'Has anyone hired an attorney to verify that you royalties are what thery should be ?'
"The midstream companies, (processors and pipeline cos.) charge your producer and they pass these costs on. Almost all gas wet or dry has to be processed to some degree, and these charges and the pipeline charges can be very difficult to audit. The…"
3 hours ago
Ron Hale replied to Jed Clampett's discussion 'Positive news for the Shell Cracker in PA'
"Thomas,       Thanks for the update on Ethane Crackers. From your response it appears we have enough Cracker Plants to process Ethane to supply our needs. Why help an O&G company engaged in theft produce a profit at a…"
4 hours ago
 
 
 

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