Wyoming County, PA

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Receiving Mineral Rights Offers from Multiple Companies

Are you being bombarded with offers for your mineral rights and confused about how much your mineral rights are really worth?Go to www.USMineralRights.comContinue

Started by S2035 Mar 30.

Wyoming County Mineral Rights

If your checks have gotten smaller on your producing assets or you are tired of waiting for a well, contact Dorado Mineral and Royalty, LLC to partner on your land. We will partner with you or buy…Continue

Started by Bmo713 Feb 25.

College student trying to learn more...

Hello, My name is Tara, I attend Keystone College majoring in Biology with a minor in Chemistry and Bradford County is my hometown. As you likely know, it is one of the most drilled, or fracked,…Continue

Started by Tara Jan 19.

SWN Lease Amendments

What does anyone have to say regarding the lease amendments SWN is trying to get leaseholders to agree to on their "test" wells units?Continue

Started by GRNGR Trust Mar 18, 2014.

Is anyone looking to sell minerals

If you are looking for a fair price with no strings attached send me a private message with your email and phone numberContinue

Started by truman Feb 17, 2014.

LOOKING FOR GAS LAND INVESTOR / Real estate Investor!! 2 Replies

My brother and I own 64 acres in Wyoming Co. and we are thining of selling the land and ALL rights.  Do any of you people know INVESTORS  or real estate brokers who deal SPECIFICALLY with this type…Continue

Started by Anthony Agostine. Last reply by Tim Feb 15, 2014.

The Daily Review: Bradford County commissioners criticize (PA) Senator. Yaw: Officials again call on Legislature to fix post-production costs

BY JAMES LOEWENSTEIN (Staff Writer) Published: August 23, 2013TOWANDA - At their meeting on Thursday, the three Bradford County commissioners said they stand by a resolution they passed in May, which…Continue

Tags: Politics, Legislature, News, Energy, Fracking

Started by Robert Goodfellow Aug 28, 2013.

Free Landowner Seminar on Royalty Deductions: Is Your Gas Company Taking Deductions Not Authorized by Your Gas Lease?

DO YOU HAVE A CLAIM AGAINST A GAS COMPANY FOR IMPROPER ROYALTY DEDUCTIONS?I will be presenting a detailed PowerPoint presentation with Attorney Frank Karam and Attorney Jerry Karam at the Towanda…Continue

Tags: post-production, lease, issue, royalties, royalty

Started by Douglas A. Clark, Esq. Jul 11, 2013.

Pennsylvania Land Owners Upset About Gas Drilling Royalties

From WENY TV----> A must watch video for landowners ---> WENY-TV describing their video "Gas Drilling…Continue

Tags: Legislature, NaturalGas, Politics, News, Fracking

Started by Robert Goodfellow Jun 26, 2013.

If your lease expired, then request a "Surrender of Lease"

A second wave of leasing activity is happening throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania.  If you leased your property in 2008 for a five year primary term, the lease will expire unless the Lessee has…Continue

Tags: expired lease, expire, renew, release, surrender

Started by G S Gass Apr 12, 2013.

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Comment by Jack on September 1, 2010 at 4:28pm
This is the quietest leaing season I have seen since all this began. Is it the low $ amount for nat gas??? Looks like little or no leasing this year....have to wait one more year. I tought this yer would be inthe $8000 range so next year should hit 10,000...good deal!
Comment by Janet Hall on July 14, 2010 at 12:23pm

Check out this article in the Dallas news 2008 about how gas leases started at $200/home and went to 2,000-3,000 and in 08 were at $25,000 per acre. We should be paying attention to this area for an idea of our future here, both financially and environmentally. Interesting that in the lease deals there are provisions for charitable grants for communities.
Comment by Lecia Lynn on May 31, 2010 at 4:13pm
Thank you for the information - nice to know that there will be more transparency in the near future...
Comment by Robin Fehrenbach Scala on May 31, 2010 at 4:10pm
Previously, all drilling and production data in PA had a FIVE YEAR period where the producer had the ability to keep the findings to itself. This is bad for the landowners and others because we have no way to know if the rumors we hear about any specific well are true or not.
Some landmen have the bad habit of spreading false information so they can get landowners to sign leases for low bonus and royalty amounts.
The fact that we will now have access to the REAL data should be very helpful.
Here is the link:

(a.1) Every operator of a well which produces gas from the Marcellus Shale formation shall file with the department, on a form provided by the department, a semi-annual report specifying the amount of production on the most well-specific basis available. THE INITIAL REPORT REQUIRED UNDER THIS SUBSECTION SHALL BE FILED WITH THE DEPARTMENT ON OR BEFORE AUGUST 15, 2010, AND SHALL INCLUDE PRODUCTION DATA FROM THE PRECEDING CALENDAR YEAR. INITIAL REPORTS SHALL ALSO SPECIFY THE STATUS OF EACH WELL; HOWEVER, IN SUBSEQUENT REPORTS, ONLY CHANGES IN THE STATUS MUST BE REPORTED. SUBSEQUENT SEMI-ANNUAL REPORTS SHALL BE FILED WITH THE DEPARTMENT ON OR BEFORE FEBRUARY 15 AND AUGUST 15 OF EACH YEAR AND SHALL INCLUDE PRODUCTION DATA FROM THE PRECEDING REPORTING PERIOD. The Commonwealth shall have the right to utilize such information in enforcement proceedings, in making designations or determinations under section 1927-A of the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.177, No.175), known as The Administrative Code of 1929, or in aggregate form for statistical purposes. The BEGINNING NOVEMBER 1, 2010, THE department shall make the reports available on its publicly accessible Internet website. Any costs incurred by the department to comply with the requirements of this subsection shall be paid out of the fees collected under section 201(d).
Comment by Lecia Lynn on May 31, 2010 at 4:00pm
What exactly is the confidentiality period? I hadn't heard of this. And by having access to the drilling data do you mean we will have access to actual hard numbers such as the volume of gas extracted? Right now the drilling rig count (Marcellus vs. non-Marcellus, by County, by operator) is obviously public data. Thanks..
Comment by Robin Fehrenbach Scala on May 30, 2010 at 11:00am
So far in 2010 there are 23 permits to drill in Wyoming County (6 still pending) and a total of 36 counting 2009. Are we getting somewhere?

We will finally know more when the confidentiality period changes later this year and we will have access to the drilling data.
Comment by Richard Kimble on April 30, 2010 at 8:15pm
info-PA Game Commission says "if you have mineral rights from old deeds that are still legal, we have no problem if drillers approach you-do as you wish". Anyone like me with 107 acres on #57 or others is over one bump in the road.
Comment by Dawn Ball on February 23, 2010 at 12:02pm
If your talking about the William's Gathering pipeline the course. William's existing Transco interstate gas pipeline in Luzerne, then Franklin, Kingston in Luzerne, Northmoreland ,Falls,Tunkhannock, Lemon, in the Wyoming County, Springville in Susquehanna and stopping. Which Will be a Delivery point.
Comment by Uncle Buck on February 16, 2010 at 1:32pm
Back Mountain - Lehman......Again, just a rumor!
Comment by Jack on February 16, 2010 at 1:27pm
jackson twshp???? in susquehanna county???? this is getting confusing. you need to be more specific in the areas you are referring to. I don't know a jackson twshp anywhere near rt 6 (Tunkhannock) and Pittston???? Please explain...thanks.

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