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Mercer County is on the Back Burner! 7 Replies

Started by Elnathan Cory. Last reply by Trapper Jan 17.

Is anyone leasing right now? 1 Reply

Started by excited but worried. Last reply by Bob Rock Jul 10, 2014.

Members so far. 15 Replies

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Mineral rights and land auction June 14th 2 Replies

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Pennant, Bluegrass and Kinder Morgan pipelines 5 Replies

Started by JohnL. Last reply by Bob Rock May 1, 2014.

Hilcorp - Jefferson Mcghee and Jefferson Montgomery Well Sites 22 Replies

Started by Archer Man. Last reply by WTF Apr 28, 2014.

Chevron McCullough well 2 Replies

Started by Bob Rock. Last reply by Bob Rock Apr 26, 2014.

Lease offer in Jefferson Township/ Mercer County 7 Replies

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PA DEP Production Reports 2nd half of 2013 4 Replies

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"50 Acres of Minerals/$3K apprx. per ac." 8 Replies

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HILCORP PA Well Production Reports

Started by JohnL Jan 15, 2014.

Found some good DETAILED maps for the Pennant Midstream pipeline 8 Replies

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Hilcorp Property Access How do they notify you? 4 Replies

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In need of an attorney that deals with pipeline agreements. 4 Replies

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Hilcorp or Chevron - Unit Declaration and/or Division Orders 2 Replies

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Comment by RKB yesterday

Its been a rough winter for the guys working out on the drilling rigs here .

Comment by Elnathan Cory on February 19, 2015 at 9:28pm

Yes, Keep up the good work on what is going on in Mercer County.

Comment by JREwing on February 19, 2015 at 1:20pm

I'm glad you fellows are keeping the fire burning in here, cause I got nothing except Swepi just applied to re-up the permit for the Mills pad.  That's the one at the SE corner of Rts 19 and 358 (right behind my plant).

Comment by JohnL on February 18, 2015 at 9:27pm
WTF- small sigh of relief on the McGhee wells.

Did any of you take a look at the latest DEP reports? I guess I was expecting to see the James well reported but it wasn't. I know that royalties have been paid out so I was surprised when nothing was reported.
Comment by RKB on February 18, 2015 at 6:35pm

I  knew something was flowing I see the flare burning almost all the time at central processing facility  just up the hill

Comment by WTF on February 18, 2015 at 1:57pm

John, I talked to the property owner of the McGhee wells and he told me that the three wells that they are plugging are the pilot holes. There are four wells under production at this time as they only drilled four Horz. wells. DEP regs require them to plug all wells after a certain time period if they are not completed. They can go back at any time and drill the plugs out and finish drilling the wells if their permit has not expired.  

Comment by JohnL on February 15, 2015 at 8:26pm
Bob, I wasn't aware that they drilled other layers which might explain why they were plugged. I think that they drilled 7 laterals West to East at the McGhee pad.
Comment by JohnL on February 15, 2015 at 7:46pm
All of the McGhee laterals were drilled due East, not NW/SE like all the others. I'm speculating that they didn't work out. Hilcorp hasn't drilled any straight East since then that I'm aware of. It looks like the Wengerd well must be a good one.
Comment by WTF on February 15, 2015 at 7:43pm

John, I think all the McGhee wells were not in the Utica but were drilled in the two layers of shale below the Utica. The McGhee wells also were drilled west to east whereas all Utica wells seem to run northwest to southeast. Why they drilled into the other shale when they knew the Utica was a productive shale is anybody's guess but my guess is they had to drill to find out what was there. Would they need to drill three wells to determine if the shale was productive?

Comment by Bob Rock on February 15, 2015 at 7:10pm
And zigo isn't that far away from the McGhee pad. Still must not be bad there? Or you think they would move further one way or another.
 

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