Greene County, PA

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Gilmore Township- Received an Offer to buy Mineral Rights 1 Reply

Started by Christine D. Last reply by Jason Cooper on Monday.

Drilling activity Greene Co, Springhill Twp... 10 Replies

Started by Centron1. Last reply by Martha Ann Murray Sep 21.

where can i get- well plat/ plans - for wells for free in greene county ? 45 Replies

Started by joe long. Last reply by Dana L Jacobs Sep 18.

can you assign saviour benefits. 3 Replies

Started by Dana L Jacobs. Last reply by Dana L Jacobs Sep 15.

Greene county Springhill Township 47 Replies

Started by Dean Gary. Last reply by Dana L Jacobs Sep 10.

EQT Utica Well 34 Replies

Started by Joe Cook. Last reply by Dana L Jacobs Sep 5.

3 companys who quit paying royalties 13 Replies

Started by joe long. Last reply by Jeffrey Beunier Jul 29.

lAYWERS PERCENTAGES whats fair? 29 Replies

Started by Oil and Gas nightmare. Last reply by Martha Ann Murray Jun 8.

Mineral Rights Purchasing in SOUTHERN Greene County Townships 11 Replies

Started by Steve. Last reply by Martha Ann Murray Mar 25.

how does pooling work? if the well pad is in another pooling unit? 8 Replies

Started by joe long. Last reply by joe long Mar 24.

Leasing the Utica in Greene Co. Pa. 2 Replies

Started by Doug Miller. Last reply by Stephen Fox Feb 6.

Bonus Payment Time Frame 5 Replies

Started by John B.. Last reply by Henry Edwards Jan 19.

Well permits or maps of perposed wells 4 Replies

Started by Paul Haskins. Last reply by JHawk Jan 5.

New permits in Morris TWP?

Started by Dudley rainey Dec 12, 2014.

selling mineral rights 16 Replies

Started by cynthia l harrison. Last reply by Steve Nov 13, 2014.

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Comment by Matthew Williams on September 10, 2014 at 3:05pm

Hey Rob, I tried going to and there is no such site. Am I missing something?

Comment by Matthew Williams on September 10, 2014 at 2:45pm

Hey Guys, if needing help in selling or leasing your Mineral Rights, Check out They specialize in helping Landowners deal with the big companies and making sure they get paid. 

Comment by Debra Lynn Pennell on May 10, 2014 at 5:04pm
The lawyers at Rice came up with their final decision about the parcels in Greene county. My relatives and I get 100% mineral rights and royalties. Divided up my two sisters and I get 20% of 54 acres. Dont know much about this but what will that amount to? Its wet gas, 2wells drilled and producing. Just waiting to get permits for pipelines approved. How long does that take? Thanks. Debbie Pennell
Comment by Debra Lynn Pennell on March 27, 2014 at 7:42pm
My relatives snd I signed a lease with Rice . They are claiming that because my cousins wife wont sign the lease th hat it will prevent the rest of us from getting anything. Is that really true? Shr is not an heir, just married to one. Debbie
Comment by dan l on March 18, 2014 at 1:26pm
I buy all minerals....mesg me for details
Comment by Dudley rainey on August 26, 2013 at 4:16pm
I was contacted by rice person who claimed they were offering a bigger &/acre than $3500 and 18pc depending on circumstances in. morris. However never said actual amount. Could be??
Comment by rmc on August 20, 2013 at 7:57pm
Hello has anyone heard of lease by Rice energy offering 5400 hundred an acre and twenty percent royality in Greene County. I heard about it but don't know if its true or not
Comment by Jeffrey L kerr on August 23, 2012 at 9:14pm

@ Doug Miller   do your home work and talk to people befor you sign it seems low to me  matbe not the marcellus shale but it must be worth it or they would not want it. hope some one on this site can help you  

Comment by Doug Miller on August 23, 2012 at 6:02pm

I have a lease with Chesapeake for the Marcellus shale.  I was contacted by Kriebel Resourses about leasing the land above the Marcellus since we reserved it in the lease.  The offer is $20 per acre per year and a 1/8 royalty.  The term is 5 years.  Does anyone have any ideas about this?  Has anyone else leased with Kriebel? 

Comment by Victoria Hurd on October 21, 2011 at 5:53am
wow.. I'm so glad I found this place and now I hope that I can get the information that I need to come up with a fair market price to sign an amendment to a oil gas lease date back in 1919 in greene county centre township.  I have been contacted by an og company for a amendment to a lease of my mother's since her passing away. they first offered me 1450.00 sign on with 5.00 acre in March of this year, then I was given a second offer of 3550.00 offer with still the 5.00 acre in September, and then another offer came at the end of september with a final notice of 5550.00 and 5.00 acre... but was informed that one well was used for storage, and the other well was to be drilled, but when I contacted the epa of pa I was told that they had production in 2009 on one well, but the thing is my mother had passed away in 2004 and was given the information of her passing and my older sister signed a amendment stating that she will receive royalty right payments  when she signed in 2009, however, the og company mailed the royalties check in my mother's name in 2009 and 2010 so my sister was unable to cash them, so what do you think I need to do on my situation... so I have her send the oil gas a letter to void her signed lease or what.. also needing so help with the current rates on amendments...

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