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Lepley Well Pad Ready to go! 35 Replies

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Gulfport Sues Barnesville for water

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Great River Energy LLc 1 Reply

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Duvall Well Update? Any Other Wells to Be Watched? 6 Replies

Started by LemmaB. Last reply by jerry lee nichols Mar 24.

contract 6 Replies

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Anybody getting 1099 Tax forms from Great River? 5 Replies

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Belmont County Mineral Rights

Started by Bmo713 Feb 25.

Wheeling Township pads being built 2 Replies

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Gulfport Brothers & Bahmer pads ready 16 Replies

Started by Michael McGee. Last reply by catt Dec 28, 2014.

What is up with Great River Leases 91 Replies

Started by Brett. Last reply by BMR Dec 28, 2014.

(Landowners looking to sell their minerals read below) 7 Replies

Started by Ryan A Bettis. Last reply by Jonathan H Dec 14, 2014.

Bounty Minerals 10 Replies

Started by 93Acres. Last reply by Ryan A Bettis Dec 5, 2014.

Landowner

Started by Patricia Rickard Nov 18, 2014.

KWGD Group Meeting Thursday 10-18-12 in Belmont County 39 Replies

Started by davy crockett. Last reply by Finnbear Nov 14, 2014.

Drilling Unit Maps 7 Replies

Started by Scott Bailey. Last reply by Philip Brutz Nov 14, 2014.

Lawyer recommendations -- Drilling contract 4 Replies

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More Top Offers from Green Minerals LLC (Sale of Minerals)

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Comment by chris bauer on September 19, 2011 at 8:47pm
So is the senior center
Comment by Finnbear on September 19, 2011 at 8:45pm

The email says:

"Saturday 9/24 at 7pm will be held at Centerville Community Senior Center in Centerville"

I think the Senior Center is actually in Jacobsburg. The Fire Hall is in Centerville.

Comment by chris bauer on September 19, 2011 at 8:45pm
7pm
Comment by time will tell on September 19, 2011 at 8:42pm
what time is Des having meeting at centerville . thanks
Comment by chris bauer on September 19, 2011 at 7:48pm
Des is having a meeting at centerville senior center sat sept.24
Comment by Shower Bath on September 17, 2011 at 11:14am

It appears that Belmont is becomming the hot county. Maybe the southern part of the county is oil rich? Heard that yesterday, but don't know if it is only a rumor. Big boys are certainly moving in.

http://www.theintelligencer.net/page/content.detail/id/559449/Prope...

Randy

Comment by Shower Bath on September 15, 2011 at 2:34pm

I think the second article down is helpful in understanding the value of your mineral rights if you are still unleased Not a bad sight to exploe.

http://www.mineralweb.com/news/

Randy

Comment by Shower Bath on September 8, 2011 at 12:05pm

Good summary article on Ohio's Utica play and the O&G companies involved.

http://seekingalpha.com/article/292408-utica-shale-oil-play-update

Randy

Comment by Finnbear on September 8, 2011 at 8:26am

Fracking on hold Waiting for results of studies on impact of drilli...

I wonder how this will affect leasing activity in Ohio?

Comment by Shower Bath on September 7, 2011 at 10:20am

Big news this AM. Consol has entered into a JV with Hess Oil for half of their Ohio Utica Shale Play. Hess is paying $6,000 per acre for the prime acreage in the wet zone (Harrison,Jefferson,Belmont,Guernsey totaling 79,849 acres). Go to the website, click on Investor Relations tab, then click on Presentations to analysts. There is an excellent map of the play and Consols' acreage.

http://consolenergy.com/default.aspx

Randy

 

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