The gas co, knows where they want to put the well on our property. How long does it usually take them from start to finish. I know every situation is different but would like a good guessestimate. Thanks.
Given the typical situation in Susq. County that I've observed, figure about 3-4 weeks for pad preparation, a few weeks to drill the vertical portion, 3-6 weeks for the horizontal depending on the length, a few weeks to bring in the water for fraccing, a week for fraccing, and a week for pipeline hookup, assuming pipeline has been run up close to the wellpad, much longer if there is a long run to get the gas to the Tennessee Gas Pipeline.
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