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mahoning county oil/gas leasing ???? 5 Replies

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Rent a Drill Rig for $26,000 per day ... 1 Reply

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"Are these 190 wells for Columbiana?"

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GREAT RIVER LEASE? 7 Replies

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South Utica Excites

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"The Landmen are Winning in the Utica" 20 Replies

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BP .... 3 Replies

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Marshall Co./Moundsville WV to get Gas Power Plant 1 Reply

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Industry Environmental Impact and Milliken Wells status Questions 7 Replies

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Kensington Facility to be connected to Pennant Facility in Ohio 12 Replies

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Natural Gas Saves Lives!

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Why the Pt. Pleasant is Key to Utica Production

 

The Point Pleasant formation has been described as marking the end of Middle Ordovician time.  The Ordovician Period is characterized as the greatest submergence of the North American plate because shallow seas covered such an extensive area, including all of Ohio.  In this environment, the Acadian mountain-building event occurred whereby sediments high in kerogen were shed from the highlands into a somewhat enclosed basin,…

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Posted by John H on April 1, 2014 at 7:30pm — 1 Comment

The Truth about the Utica Shale

Admittedly the Utica has come with great hype and promise. Upon the release of Ohio’s 2012 production figures, many pundits were disappointed.  Seems many are convinced that it has not lived up to its billing.  They apparently had hopes for a huge oil bonanza here and were quite disappointed at the purported oil/gas ratios.  But is there really enough data to definitively form opinions, and is the data being interpreted correctly?  Let the debate…

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Posted by John H on March 23, 2014 at 6:00pm — 1 Comment

Potential Suitors for a Chesapeake Buy-out

 

Ever since billionaire Carl Icahn bought in last year, speculation has been that he would eventually force a sell-off of Chesapeake.  He has already forced a number of divestitures including the recent sell of their pipeline, processing and mid-stream divisions.  He is almost single-handedly credited with forcing the reluctant resignation of Aubrey McClendon and has a track record of controlling the company's leadership and…

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Posted by John H on March 23, 2014 at 6:07pm

Helpful Tips for Successful Royalty Management

By Davis Powell and Daniel Simpson

with SHALETRAK ONLINE Royalty Management Software

www.shaletrakonline.com

ShaleTrak often works with owners who are new to the process of receiving revenue from oil and gas production.  Below are a few basic tips to help oil and gas royalty owners with the management process:…

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Posted by Keith Mauck (Site Publisher) on February 18, 2014 at 6:00pm — 2 Comments

Has Your Lease Expired or Have you never been leased?

Northeastern Shale Joint Venture

We are an oil and gas company in a joint venture with a mid-level operator with extensive, successful drilling operations in the northeast Marcellus. We are seeking to work with a single landowner or group of landowners who can form a drilling unit. The individual or group must meet the following criteria:

1. Landowners must NOT be under existing oil & gas leases.

2. The size of the proposed unit must be at least 400 acres. Up to 1200…

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Posted by Dana Silkiss on February 6, 2014 at 11:40am

Pipeline Easement and Right-of-Way Agreements - A Landowner's List of Terms to Negotiate

Pipeline Easement and Right-of-Way Agreements:

 

A Landowner’s List of Terms to Negotiate

 

Eric C. Camp

Decker Jones, PC

Burnett Plaza, Suite 2000

801 Cherry Street, Unit #46

Fort Worth, Texas 76102

(817) 336-2400…

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Posted by Eric C. Camp on December 9, 2013 at 9:58am

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MJ replied to Paul Heckbert's discussion 'heavy metals pollute the soil in China'
"Thanks for correcting my response.  My intent was not meant to offend by any means, and was certainly not an attempt to judge (you don't know me).  I think we all want the best for the environment.  Just bringing forward the fact…"
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Mark McGrail replied to Paul Heckbert's discussion 'heavy metals pollute the soil in China'
"Summer, So we agree; there should be environmentally responsible development of shale resources. I contend that we now have that. I do not believe this should be a static condition. Instead, all stakeholders, in particular operators, should continue…"
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Summer Johnston replied to Paul Heckbert's discussion 'heavy metals pollute the soil in China'
" And as Mark pointed out, because some of us may support shale development, it does not MEAN we do not want responsible development with minimal impact on the environment. Hope you don't mind I injected the word "mean" into…"
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Jim Taylor replied to george m vietze's discussion 'Pennsylvania governor candidate wants to tax the gas and oil industry another 10%!!!!'
"And the rhetoric is beginning to heat up ... http://www.philly.com/philly/news/Critics_Proposed_tax_could_derail_natural_gas_industry_in_Pa.html I like this excerpt: Republican Gov. Tom Corbett has staunchly opposed a severance tax, but…"
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Michele replied to Ron Eiselstein's discussion '"The Northern Utica is Dead, my A#s!"'
"Utica Shale, Thanks so much for you advice!  We are just inside the wet gas area in the northeaster corner of CC from what the maps have been showing.  This is such an exciting thing for everybody....hard to be patient....but the future…"
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Mark McGrail replied to Paul Heckbert's discussion 'heavy metals pollute the soil in China'
"MJ, Your point is well taken. Those that oppose shale development look past the main sources of pollution in our country. The main polluters are the generation of electricity and automobiles. In fact shale development has helped reduce carbon and…"
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MJ replied to Paul Heckbert's discussion 'heavy metals pollute the soil in China'
"My point (maybe not so well delivered) was to bring to ones attention that there are far more things around us causing pollution and detriment to our planet than the O/G industry.  One of the biggest contaminators is individuals…"
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Jim Litwinowicz replied to bruce c's discussion 'BP sells Alaska North Slope assets to Hilcorp, deal could be worth ~$1.5B, Will Trumbull County Be Next??'
"I have none, unfortunately.  I doubt there will be any affect on activity here. They have invested a lot here and need the ROI. The fact they are still leasing in Mercer Co, even enlarging their footprint into eastern Mercer, is a good sign. I…"
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EmKey Energy,LLC opens $10million natural gas processing plant in Erie County,Pa.

After 10 years of planning, EmKey Gas Processing LLC has opened a new $10 million gas processing plant just east of Union City, where five of Risberg's underground pipelines converge.The plant, at the end of a long gravel lane, is actually a series…See More
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Mark McGrail replied to tony pesce's discussion 'mahoning county oil/gas leasing ????'
"Thanks Tony"
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Mark McGrail replied to Utica Shale's discussion 'Rent a Drill Rig for $26,000 per day ...'
"US, I wonder if theses are rigs already here in OH drilling for CHK or will additional rigs be brought in? The reason I ask is that I wonder if this will affect the pace of drilling by CHK ?"
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tony pesce replied to tony pesce's discussion 'mahoning county oil/gas leasing ????'
"mark call me at 330-506-1792"
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tony pesce replied to tony pesce's discussion 'mahoning county oil/gas leasing ????'
"ron the land is in coitsville twnshp"
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Mark McGrail replied to bruce c's discussion 'BP sells Alaska North Slope assets to Hilcorp, deal could be worth ~$1.5B, Will Trumbull County Be Next??'
"Jim, Do have any access to the folks at Hilcorp in PA? Just curious if they might share some info about development plans in this area. Also, will these acquisitions in AK affect development here?"
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Jim Litwinowicz replied to bruce c's discussion 'BP sells Alaska North Slope assets to Hilcorp, deal could be worth ~$1.5B, Will Trumbull County Be Next??'
"This at least the second Alaskan acquisition for Hilcorp.  They acquired some in 2010, IIRC."
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Mark McGrail replied to Paul Heckbert's discussion 'heavy metals pollute the soil in China'
"There is no proof that the majority of companies involved in shale development are not environmentally responsible. To imply, suggest or claim such is nothing more than fear mongering. Never said you or anyone here was an environmental whacko, those…"
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