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ET Rover Pipeline Washington County Offers 5 Replies

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Multiple Units on Well Pad

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Help Pass Bill HB 1684

Started by Darlene Newton Mar 23, 2014.

Another Rice Meeting 5 Replies

Started by D Gates. Last reply by Dennis Mar 8, 2014.

Range Resources selling Permian Basin assets 3 Replies

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Rice Energy Meeting 3 Replies

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Comment by Matthew Williams on Thursday

Just wanted to take a moment and say hello. Noticed there wasn't much activity on the board. Hope everyone is doing well. 

Comment by Matthew Williams on September 24, 2014 at 10:34am

Has anyone heard anything about ACOMA. Someone told me they are backing out of deals and not funding. Can anyone confirm?

Comment by Lois M. Ferre on May 20, 2013 at 8:54pm

Does anyone know if theres a new well site going to be in East Bethelem twp.,on Main St. Clarksville, Pa.?

Comment by Henry F. Hildebrandt on February 14, 2012 at 12:27am

Hello, I live out of state, but I have a few acres just outside of Charleroi. So far no one has contacted me about leasing.  Should I be concerned, or is there someone I should be talking to?  Are any companies leasing in that area? Thanks!

Comment by philip Hobbs on February 7, 2012 at 8:01am

hey, any one on hear know anything about the going rate of timber.. for pipeline row...

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Comment by philip Hobbs on November 24, 2011 at 8:20am
Comment by Tim Tarr on November 23, 2011 at 12:22pm


I just found this site and saw your questions.

That compressor station at Coffeys Crossing is a National Fuel Gas station. There is going to be a 24" line from there north to Mt. Pleasant Twp. The 20" line south was just finished. That is for what is called residue gas not well head.  The compressor station about 2.5 miles north (Markwest) is for well head gas. The Markwest station will be 1st or 2nd largest in US.

The Hanes pad is on Clarke Rd off of Pleasant valley. You can see access road but not pad. It was put in this spring and an old oil well was plugged. No drilling yet. The Breese pad is not in yet will be off of Timber Lake Rd. Also another pad was just approved "McDonough" off of Boone Rd. If you would like more detail e-mail me: [email protected]

Oh and hello neighbor. 

Comment by Bill anders on November 21, 2011 at 3:11pm

No PA does not have the Dormant Mineral Act as Ohio does.


Drilling is occuring in E. Finley as well as Avella, much more activity in Avella.

Comment by Carol Lanza on October 21, 2011 at 11:10pm
Can anyone tell me if Pennsylvania has something called "the 20 year rule?"  I heard this from an attorney in Ohio and apparently Ohio has this.  My understanding is this; if a OGM rights owner doesn't do anything with those rights for more than 20 years, doesn't own the land, the rights revert to the land owner.  Has anyone ever heard of this?  I've looked online and found nothing.   Another question:  I don't live in PA so I don't know some of these things but does anyone know of drilling, or possible drilling in the East Finley Twp. areas or in the Avella areas?

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