I see several permits marked as expired on the ODNR web site and wondered how long the permits where good for once they received them.

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The non-urban areas must have fewer than 5,000 residents, or the permit is only good for 12 months.

How about in pa?

RMC in Pa it's 1 year but "easy" to extend for reasonable delays. That's my understanding for what it's worth.

Thanks I think the Company we leased to gained the permits in 2010 I believe then they sold the lease to Chevron and they just recently, transferred the permits into there name . Contact from Chevron told me they would drill the permits before they expired maybe he meant the leases ? Who knows I guess time will tell

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