"Jim Hall The other day you posted about two new well sites around Linesville. Are you sure your buddy wasn't talking about the two in Espyville? I drove by them tonight and they have moved the rig in to the Staub Site, I think it was Patterson…"
"RJS maybe you can take a photo and post it for Bob Jenness. My buddy said he don't think the flame is as big as the one was at Dempsy town but that was over a year ago so who knows. And the one at Dempsy town was dry gas I believe, does that…"
"Jim Actually they started the pad near Espyville last week. I drove by it on Thursday and they were moving dirt. Also the big 24" or 30" inch hole was drilled at the Stabb site 2 or 3 weeks ago. I was told it is 30" and goes down…"
"Janice just wanted to clear up any misunderstanding and maybe it is me that misunderstood what you were saying but NWPA Landowner Group was at Nape And it is (North American Prospect Expo) in August 2012 with a booth set up representing our…"
"J. Rick I am with NWPA Landowner Group and not a huge fan of the for profit groups but I don't think you can bash CX for not trying to market your neighbors property that is not signed with them. I cant see any group doing this so the most…"
"Reply to Craig's post on Oct.15th
A recent posting on this web page indicated that NWPALG stated at a recent meeting that energy companies had no interest in all of our acreage. We feel it is important to post this clarification in order…"
"Jim This is highly confidential information I am sharing and I could be shot for it.( Just kidding) if you are talking about the permits. Below is the link to eNotice. I would recommend getting notices for Oil & Gas and Waterways…"
"Another for North Shenango
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