I've been following this for awhile and trying to see a flare up close. I've only seen pics so far. Anyone here know where I can see a flare in Western Pa or Eastern Ohio, or even extreme northern…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by mike Jan 27.
"Finally! Rather than deny there were any problems at all in Dimock, we have a person that admits there were problems. It makes us look so much better if we just admit that sometimes there are problems and not continue to deny there were ever any…"
"CHK gettin ever so close to selling us:
EQT to Acquire Additional Marcellus Acreage and Wells
(May 3, 2013) -- EQT Corporation (NYSE: EQT) today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement for the purchase of roughly 99,000…"
"Gary - my property in in sw Beaver County. There currently is no infrastructure in place at all. The residents have to either have electric heat or a Propane tank out back.
We signed to have Seitel do seismic this summer. It's hearing up - the…"
"What benefit is there to fish hooking it into the Onandaga besides force pooling? I knew they were doing that but never understood why. Can you enlighten us? I appreciate it. You guys are the best at teaching people. Thanks."
"Yes there is Forced Pooling/Integration in Pennsylvania, but it does not apply to the Marcellus Shale. It does apply to wells that are drilled beyond the Onandaga layer in PA, which is where the Utica is. There have been a lot of questions on…"
"Don't do it. A friend of mine gave them the water from his pond and they used the same trucks that hauled the frac water and brine and everything in the pond died. Let them get their water elsewhere."
"I wouldn't do it. A friend of mine sold his pond water, but the trucks that haul the drilling waste water are the same ones that haul the fresh water. His pond ended up with all the fish belly up and a strange green algae that he never had…"
"Got this in my email just yesterday:
There's been quite a bit of discussion about the rapid production drop-off of Pennsylvania's unconventional gas wells, so our database team decided to analyze the DEP's production records for the…"
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 ]