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Clearfield County, PA

All things pertaining to the Marcellus Shale in Clearfield County, PA

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Help Pass Bill HB 1684

Started by Darlene Newton Mar 23.

Pennsylvania Land Owners Upset About Gas Drilling Royalties

Started by Robert Goodfellow Jun 26, 2013.

New seminar series- is it worth it?

Started by David May 24, 2013.

Washington, PA company to purchase royalties.

Started by Emory Redd Nov 15, 2012.

Thursday, April 12. 7 –– 9 PM

Started by Sinclair Apr 9, 2012.

Activity in Clearfield County? 8 Replies

Started by Brittany Smith. Last reply by Peter Pagano Mar 25, 2012.

Need info on Union Township Land Owners Group 2 Replies

Started by Jerry. Last reply by Brittany Smith Mar 7, 2012.

Oil and Gas Valuation

Started by Bertison-George Feb 24, 2012.

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Comment by Dave on December 4, 2013 at 3:27pm

Is there any kind of activity going on in clearfield county.  Looks like there is alot of  stuff up by firetower road and bundy settlement road in sandy township?  Any info is great

Comment by Nathan Stewart on February 11, 2013 at 4:15pm

Has any recent activity been happening in clfd co?

Comment by m. mossop on April 9, 2012 at 3:37pm

Does anyone know if gas companies are looking for old leases to 'top' at this time of lull in the Marcellus? A cheap time to get leases which are expiring maybe? Is it worth a landowner as my family trying to find a new gas company to offer a top lease? ? 

Comment by Vince Michenzi on August 9, 2011 at 2:56pm
I have 58 acres in Brady Township and they did our seismic testing back in Nov and I have no lease or anything from anyone as of yet.. Have had not offers at all in fact.
Comment by Keith on August 9, 2011 at 12:29pm
Sorry to say, but it could still be many years until you see royalties Carrie.  Seismic is the first step in this very long process.  I work in the industry and they could be drilling by Christmas or it could be 5 years.  Sorry.
Comment by Carrie Stewart on August 1, 2011 at 11:59am
I am just north of Treasure Lake in Sandy Township and I am leased with Carrizo.  The seismic company they used just approached me this weekend to work out things for testing.  I am hoping that means we are getting close to drilling here.
Comment by Jerry on July 26, 2011 at 11:58am
Looking for landowner group activity in Union Township, Clearfield County.
Comment by Jerry on July 26, 2011 at 11:50am
I started a new discussion yesterday, and it has not shown up. How long does it take? Is something wrong with the site?
Comment by sharen reigh on December 2, 2010 at 4:58pm
is there any known activity in the Glen Hope area of Clearfield county??? thanks!
Comment by Tanya Striedieck on October 30, 2010 at 1:09pm
My grandmother signed a gas lease in the 70's. For years there was one well. The property has now been passed down twice and the gas lease at least 4 times. 3 years ago the current lease holder, Dannic from Indiana, PA. drilled two more wells. These are not the Marcellus deep wells. Most of my family does not want drilling on the property. Can they drill a deep well with the 70's era lease? Who would of even imagined (not my Grandma) the size and scope of today's drilling practices? Is there anyone out there who has been able to terminate a lease without the gas company abandoning it? Are there other people saying no to the deep wells that leased years ago like my family did? No one currently lives on the wooded and hilly 125 acres in Brady Township, Clearfield Co. PA. but it has been in the family for 5 generations.



We are currently being asked to approve seismic testing. What is the scope of that. They told my cousin if we did not approve then we would not be able to prove any gas being drawn out from under us by nearby deep wells. Dannic has applied for a deep well at our neighbors. I do not know how far horizontal drilling practices go.



We are very concerned about water quality and availability. The east fork of the Mahoney runs through our property. We do not want anymore fracking on the property.



Can anyone out there explain our rights as property owners? At this time it appears they can do whatever they want, whenever they want and we have no say. I am feeling ripped off and taken advantage off. The money we get from the 3 wells is not even close to worth it!!!



HELP



Tanya Striedieck [email protected]
 

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