Because the only whale that gets harpooned, is the one that surfaces and snorts.
Thanks for the info.
I felt this piercing pain and wondered what it was all about.
A harpoon, who would have thought such in this day and age !
We all know that these maps are not to be relied on though I could not help but look down to Athens and Meigs Counties which have always been represented as being in the wet gas band but not very exciting.
In these maps though, there is one new - and only - data point in Athens County which shows TOC = 2.4, S1 = 1.8, S2 = 3.6 and %Ro = .97 (all indicators being far more positive for Athens County than anything previously represented in these ODNR maps for the area.) I think most would agree that this new data point really sticks out like a sore thumb.
If this is any indication that can be relied on, it must be good for both Athens and Meigs Counties.
Anyone know more about this data point - perhaps one of the promised Cunningham vertical wells or perhaps one of the Wolfe/ JB Hayes wells?
I believe it is the Wolfe/Hayes well that was drilled last Summer, based on location and previously released information about that well.
What townships are these in?