I have heard of many wells being drilled in Tioga County, mostly in the eastern and southern portions. I have not heard of anyone recieving royalties yet. Are there any wells actually shipping gas down a pipeline yet? What companies are doing this? General locations such as townships might be informative also. Thanks.
Do you know what a storm water facility is? I don't. I guess we will know if there truly is any gas worth having in the area before long. Would you happen to know if the land owners who signed for the pipeline right-of-way were between the Cummins well and the pipeline tap or perhaps on some line to be laid in the future to transport gas from future wells?
I am also on the rlstore site. I am surprised that these O & G people cannot get it through their heads that Pa. is full of wetlands issues. I guess they have spent too much time in more arid regions of the country. East aught to know who's leases run out already. You would think a company that is spending so much money for leases would have a better handle on the significant dates of those leases. It is neat to hear you describing those old roads and family names. I live in Wyoming and have been here for nearly a decade. Every Suday in the fall ment a scratch football game in Little Marsh or Keeneyville - full tackle and no pads. Summers usually meant some baseball or softball. Someday, my ghost, along with the Graves, Ferrises, Williams, and Neils will haunt those places.
Brian, and every Firday night or Saturday afternoon meant a great football game with someone; don't forget the boys from Wellsboro Senior High always kicking your schools' butt every game played back then. Fond memories!
Actually, I graduated from Wellsboro in 1977. Having grown up in Keeneyville, I had freinds on both sides of the ridge so to speak. Wellsboro had a championship football team one year, so we farm boys invited the team to come down to Middlebury School after their season ended to play without pads. A good time was had by all, but Wellsboro didn't fair too well. a year or two later, Wellsboro got its revenge. most of us got too old and couldn't aford the broken collar bones anymore.
I live near Sheridan, Wyoming at the base of the Bighorn Mountains. I did work as a heating and air conditioning serviceman for a local company for several years. The local economy has caused me, like so many others to come up with a different solution. i am working at starting my own business in HVAC. Things have picked up with a great deal of encouragemnet to me in the last week or so. With all due humility, I know my trade and work cheap. If the gas wells had kicked in a little sooner, I probably wouldn't be doing this, especially at my age, but what the Hell, a person has to keep living until he dies and I've got lots of living to do. When a person has lived half a century, the risk of failure isn't so scary, having had some experiences in the practice of its various forms already.
we are from downstate, hershey, pa area. bought land from waldo and olive wood, hubby built our home 11 yrs ago. so here we are in little marsh. i worked for vamc, human resources, so i am agressive and upfront person. ha ha ha. no grass growing under my feet. we have invited the surveyors up to the house for coffee and they did take me up on it. their big boss is from lebanon co, pa exactly where we are from. i have taken lots of pics in our area of the progress. the mexicans doing the seismic testing even posed with my pics on rte 249 last yr. the neighbor bordering cummings has asked mr cummings if i can go up to the site and take closer pics. no answer yet on that one. i know mr cummings and when i see him outside his home, i'll ask him myself. he will either say yes or no. ha ha ha. if you want, email me and i will share pics, etc. thanks for chatting with me.
there used to be an artisian well that flowed out of a pipe into a wooden tub in front of Grand Dad's old barn before Hubler owned it. The tub was gone the last that I knew, but the water still flowed. All of those poeple that you mention are old friends. Nice to hear about them. Sorry to hear about Earl. Nobody gets any younger.
What makes this site so great? Well, I think it's the fact that, quite frankly, we all have a lot at stake in this thing they call shale. But beyond that, this site is made up of individuals who have worked hard for that little yard we call home. Or, that farm on which blood, sweat and tears have fallen.[ Read More ]