"Their short answer is "No, we don't do that."
They say they are reimbursing us for the surface disturbance.
Their logic is the same as any more urban area with all manner of utility lines, water, sewer, gas, phone lines, etc. …"
Chesapeake pipeline leases are based on dollars per disturbed acre, works out to just under 15 dollars a foot.
Your Chesapeake lease is for the deep mineral rights. The pipeline…"
"It anybody's guess sometimes as to the answers to your questions.
My understanding is... (read that qualifier very carefully please):
Those circles of 1,000 and 4,000 are for identifying those whose water needs to be…"
"Our first test (and only one so far) shows small amounts of Manganese. It and everything else tested for were minuscule compared to "standards". In the words of my chemistry professor son, "You just paid 400 dollars for a hard water…"
""indicates that dissolved methane gas was detected in my water"
Is it not true that this has been the case for years? It is a naturally occurring thing. What we need to do is be vigilant that operations do not intensify it beyond…"
"The water test reports I have seen (three) done by Chessapeake representatives are quite comprehensive and would show, with followup tests the presence of contamination in the future. Other than identifying current present contaminants (prior to gas…"
"Fresh water by any sane public utility definition is just that - fresh water. Not treated, not adulterated, not adulterated, not salted. Last I looked, there is very little fresh salt water - maybe a couple random deep salt water wells drilled by…"
've been reading, watching these threads for the last 4 or 5 months, have info printed from both of your links.
I am part of a land group, with a lawyer on retainer. Each time the land agent comes to visit, we send her home with…"
"55 dollars a foot!!??!! That sounds pretty out there to me...
I have been going back and forth with our pipeline person since Thanksgiving. We are up to 7 pages of addenda. Still not quite ready to pull the trigger. Water line states ONE…"
"I posted a reply on the other thread about Chief/Chesapeak leases.
There does seem to be some bartering/selling of leases. I'm certain our Chief lease is now held/controlled by Chesapeake. But \no, no-one told me that it has been done, except…"
"We are in the Coveytown area, and I can tell you this:
A pipeline agent just left my home, we are close to signing a pipeline lease.
Our original gas lease is/was with Chief.
A driveway agent is hot on our trail.
There is a well permitted to begin…"
"I have heard this many times about them "putting the lines under the road."
I live on, and travel the Dushore-Overton Road multiple times and all hours, of the day. If they put any lines in there, they have to have done it an inch at a…"
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