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Comment by Al Cramblett on October 15, 2010 at 5:20pm
Thanks Clyde. Here's more detail on the 20 October forum:

http://ofbf.org/uploads/Oil_and_Gas_Mtg_10-20-10.pdf
Comment by clyde vanhoose on October 14, 2010 at 6:44pm
Rod and Al I found this in last weeks Farm and Dairy paper. The Ohio University Eastern on Oct 20 at 7 pm will be having a meeting on Marcellus Shale.
Christopher Perry supervisor of Energy Resources Group will cover geology of Marcellus Shale in Ohio.
Thomas Murphy, Extension educator will present information on how the activity in the Marcellus Shale in Pennsylvania has affected individuals, businesses and communities
For more information call Mike Lloyd at 740-732-5681 or Stephen Schumacher at 740-695-1455
Comment by Rod Dietrich on October 14, 2010 at 12:03pm
I am out of town till late next week, but would love to have Nathan and anyone else help with putting this together, so if anyone out there is interested, lets talk and put together our ideas, I am wide open. First things would be picking a date, time, place, speakers and info to be covered. Lets keep this going............... Rod
Comment by Al Cramblett on October 14, 2010 at 11:56am
Rod, this is exactly what is needed. There have already been several meetings held. I live 700 miles down the road in Iowa and have tried to get family members interested to no avail. I can help you with finding speakers. I'd suggest you contact the local Farm Bureau office in Scio to see if they would facilitate a meeting. Also, please make sure that Nathan receives an invitation!
Comment by Rod Dietrich on October 14, 2010 at 11:46am
Idea, why don't we all try to schedule a meeting for Harrison County landowners, so we can all meet and discuss as a group. THis might also be a chance to bring in someone to speak. Also we could discuss grouping our land. Just an idea, thoughts anyone. I have a good place we could meet if interested. Rod
Comment by Al Cramblett on October 14, 2010 at 11:40am
Amen!
Comment by Nate on October 14, 2010 at 9:19am
Landmen around the areas of Tusc and Harrison and Carroll counties are out telling my landowners and other leases owned by oil and gas producers that they can break their lease with them "just don't cash your checks." Which will not work and thus giving these people false hope and creating animosity. Red Sky is good for doing that. What do you expect from someone whose only job is to swing in get that signature and never be seen again?
Comment by Richard Clark on October 14, 2010 at 7:20am
I think the comment should be, some landmen.......not these landmen, unless you are refering to the landmen Rod is talking to! It's been my expierence that a good landman that wants a lease will do all of the due dilligence necessary and when he or she goes to the landowner, they can explain exactly where that owner stands.
Comment by Nate on October 13, 2010 at 11:38pm
These landmen are lazy and worse than used car salesmen. If they spent as much time in the courthouse doing their due dilligence as they do out spreading false truths, things would be so much better.
Comment by Rod Dietrich on October 13, 2010 at 9:57am
thank you very much for the info
 

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