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Lease offer in Jefferson Township/ Mercer County 7 Replies

Started by Brian Maj. Last reply by james yesterday.

PA DEP Production Reports 2nd half of 2013 4 Replies

Started by JohnL. Last reply by deer spotter Mar 30.

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

Started by Ron Eiselstein. Last reply by James Brink, Esq. Feb 17.

Hilcorp - Jefferson Mcghee and Jefferson Montgomery Well Sites 16 Replies

Started by Archer Man. Last reply by Archer Man Feb 11.

HILCORP PA Well Production Reports

Started by JohnL Jan 15.

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

Started by Tyler Durden. Last reply by Tyler Durden Jan 9.

Hilcorp Property Access How do they notify you? 4 Replies

Started by Dan Scott. Last reply by Dan Scott Dec 31.

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

Started by Tracy. Last reply by Dan Scott Dec 29, 2013.

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

Started by Archer Man. Last reply by Archer Man Dec 28, 2013.

Hillcorp rig moved from rt. 62 well site! 21 Replies

Started by WTF. Last reply by Michael R Dec 22, 2013.

KinderMorgan pipeline map 19 Replies

Started by JohnL. Last reply by Trapper Dec 20, 2013.

"Lackawanoc, is it active?" 3 Replies

Started by Ron Eiselstein. Last reply by Elnathan Cory Nov 29, 2013.

Pennant, Bluegrass and Kinder Morgan pipelines 3 Replies

Started by JohnL. Last reply by JohnL Nov 21, 2013.

Assignment and Conveyance to Co-Exprise?

Started by Wayne Anderson Nov 21, 2013.

Bluegrass Pipeline in Mercer County looks promising for us! 2 Replies

Started by Tracy. Last reply by Archer Man Nov 17, 2013.

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Comment by Samuel J. Orr on January 16, 2014 at 4:31pm

Tyler: What is the name of this particular pipeline? And where is the cryogenic facility that you are talking about. I apologize for my ignorance. Is this the Kinder-Morgan project mentioned in the thread that you started some time ago to which the only reply was by Trapper November 2013? Also please reference a link to any map of the project that we are talking about. Thanks for your prior posts which have been quite helpful.

Comment by Tyler Durden on January 16, 2014 at 12:53am

JohnL,

The pipeline has started.  It looks like it s working its way back from the cryogenic facility into PA.

Comment by JREwing on January 15, 2014 at 8:08am

Wow, a little flurry of activity here.  My offering:  The Palmer well is still flaring and is still a very impressive flame.  I have seen five firsthand and the Palmer is easily the largest fwiw.  Chevron has applied for a permit on Nate Bowser's property on Hosack Road in Jackson Center.  Now we know why Hilcorp assigned/sold ~10 local leases to Chevron.  Swepi is initially planning two wells from the Mills pad; one northwest (2089N-5HD) and one southeast (2089S-4HD) with two additional wells to the northwest(2089N-1&3HD) to follow at least.  The 4HD unit to the southeast will miss my plant's property by 150 feet and at least for the moment, they are not planning another lateral to the southeast .  Damn.  :(  So close...

Comment by Rob M on January 14, 2014 at 11:31pm

Passed by some heavy equipment activity today on Buckwalter Rd which is south of 318 and close to Greenfield Rd. This is right where the pipeline, according to the maps, is suppose to cross. 

Comment by JohnL on January 14, 2014 at 10:00pm
Took a ride sound tonight to see if any work has been started on the Pennant Midstream pipeline. Didn't see anything except the road has been widened where Stiester Rd meets Siedel Rd (Hilcorp- Jefferson Montgomery site-Pennant Midstream end point)

Has anyone else seen any activity?

jl
Comment by JohnL on January 14, 2014 at 9:22pm
I'll have to go back and check, but I believe Halcon has up to an additional 3 permits for the Phillip site, so it supports the theory of a drilling process failure on the first well. I think Halcon applied for these permits after the initial well was drilled.

jl
Comment by chestnut run on January 14, 2014 at 7:42pm

Phillips well results are poor d/t technological failure in drilling process per workers @ well site this past year.

Comment by Elnathan Cory on January 13, 2014 at 5:25pm

Thanks for the great response. While I was reading your response I was thinking about the possibility that the geologist/drill team didn't hit the bull's eye on the Phillips well too. Sometimes it doesn't take much of an error or bad luck to not get maximum results. Nevertheless they are drilling and apparently making money. I was looking at an old map that showed you owned some acreage in Lake twp? In any case all I want is Hilcorp in my back yard! Seriously! Hilcorp has a lot of leases that will start to run out in about 3.5 years. Happy drilling.

Comment by Samuel J. Orr on January 12, 2014 at 11:24am

Elnathan: My take is that the Phillips well numbers are rather poor, but the James numbers are fabulous. If you assume that James will continue to produce at the current rate you can multiply their 7day numbers by 64 / 7 to find a meaningful comparison of what the two wells would theoretically produce over 64 days. Or you could divide the Phillips 64 day production numbers by 64 and the James production numbers by 7. This would give you a comparison of the daily production numbers for each well. James is apparently producing 214 barrels of oil per day which equals $21000 per day if oil is $100 / barrel. It is also producing just under 5000 of natural gas per day. If gas is $4.00 / mcf, this amounts to $20,000 / day. I don't know the size of the unit but the landowners who comprise it must have very large smiles on their faces. Although my land is in Venango County and is unleased, I believe that every good well in Mercer County is a plus for my own prospects. Let us all hope that future wells are even half as good as the James well. Let us also hope that the Phillips results are because of some technological failure in the drilling process, and not from poor geology.

Comment by Elnathan Cory on January 11, 2014 at 9:48pm

So is this good in general for Mercer county?

 

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