Looked up the assignment from Hilcorp to Shell yesterday. Looks like 166 parcels were transferred..Appears as though Shell is going to be in the drivers seat for Lawrence Co.
Hope they continue to treat the remaining unleased people…"
It appears as though both the wells very originally permited vertical and under revision they were changed to horizontal, I think.
Both the current production wells permits are now listed as:
1): 073-20353-01 , & 2) 073-20345-01"
National Association of Royalty Owners Pennsylvania Chapter to host 3rd Annual Meeting and Convention. View brochure and register at www.naro-us.org/events.The morning will feature nine different sessions to choose from covering Mineral Management basics, shut-in royalty clauses and the implied covenant to market, handling disputes between the lessor and lessee, 2013 tax planning for mineral owners, how to keep mineral interests in the family, trusts…See More
I did some research on the parcels that Hilcorp transferred to Co-exprise..This is really odd, none of the parcels are contiguious, they range in areas of 10 - 90 acres, and they are in townships that were NOT a part of the larger Hilcorp…"
I don't know anything about the Henry well site.. I wish they would drill it too because my lease is within one (1) mile of that site, however, I don't think I'd want a lease with Chesapeake..From all the info I've read…"
"For those in Lawrence Co that wants to review the assignment parcels:
1) go to the Lawrence Co Recorder of Deeds website,
2) go to "search property records",
3) input your name as recordered on your deed,
4) if your parcel was assigned you…"
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 ]