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H.B. 1684 a MUST to make fair royalty %'s happen. How comfortable are those w/leasing documents in hand feeling now?
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How many readers are familiar with this House Bill.  Google it. Read for understanding. Whether you are a royalty owner or a wannabe, fairness in royalty payments is an expectation that's totally…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Janice L. Hancharick on Tuesday.

OGMs under old and current railroad beds ... also pipelines.

Have landowners looked into old paperwork to learn if this acreage is something they can lease.  It would seem a possibility that shale layers below 8,000 ' would belong to landowners and up for…Continue

Started Feb 10

Pipeline Info for Potter/McKean

Posted a short time ago was the news of new pipelines being laid across these counties, and across NY state line into Allegany and Cattaraugus counties, are there ROW offers out there?Continue

Started Nov 11, 2014

Is Potter Action Coming Your Way?
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 Steadily strong in shallow results and often sketchy in Marcellus (remember it has been referred to as the Ford, not the Cadillac of shales?) how much chatter is Utica generating in McKean?  Major…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Janice L. Hancharick Nov 13, 2014.

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Janice L. Hancharick replied to Ralph cramdon's discussion 'What is the latest going rate for a Swepi Tioga lease ?'
"Tim's numbers are right for western Tioga.  Landowners in the area initially held $30 AC leases and thankfully they are expiring.  Farmers w/more than a few AC in your particular area are torn.  In today's market w/all the…"
20 hours ago
Janice L. Hancharick replied to Jim Litwinowicz's discussion 'More sand in = more gas out'
"Thanks for sharing this piece Jim.  All facets of technology, the new methods that allow meaningful development of PA's O&G, are welcome ... esp. on our home turf.  Have you been following PGE's Utica progress in Keating?…"
yesterday
Janice L. Hancharick replied to Janice L. Hancharick's discussion 'H.B. 1684 a MUST to make fair royalty %'s happen. How comfortable are those w/leasing documents in hand feeling now?'
"Thanks for pointing out my oversight ... not providing the state!  Landowner groups that follow Penn State's info from its MCOR quickly get a good grasp of what leasing is all about.  Many meetings and discussions re:what's…"
Tuesday
Frank Walker replied to Janice L. Hancharick's discussion 'H.B. 1684 a MUST to make fair royalty %'s happen. How comfortable are those w/leasing documents in hand feeling now?'
"For clarification, HB 1684 pertained to the PA house, not to OH or to WV, and certainly not to NY.  It died because some WPA landowners had issues with it. There certainly should be more to leasing than our bonus payments.  That's the…"
Tuesday
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H.B. 1684 a MUST to make fair royalty %'s happen. How comfortable are those w/leasing documents in hand feeling now?

How many readers are familiar with this House Bill.  Google it. Read for understanding. Whether you are a royalty owner or a wannabe, fairness in royalty payments is an expectation that's totally just. There's more to leasing than that upfront payment! See More
Tuesday
Janice L. Hancharick replied to Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)'s discussion 'Lease Offers: Potter County / Date / Royalty % / Bonus per Acre / Acreage' in the group Potter County, PA
"JKLM is still leasing in Potter.  Charles Cole Hospital leased 760 AC for $2,200, 12.5 %, 5 yrs. I believe.  It's a company that has made solid inroads leasing in eastern Potter.  After Dr. Engelder's recent presentation in…"
Tuesday
Janice L. Hancharick replied to Tim's discussion '***NEWS ALERT: 1st ever UTICA Well getting drilled in Potter County PA***'
"Follow Jack's posts long enough and the repetition of style becomes obvious.  He's the self-proclaimed largest 0&G landowner in the region.  Convincing folks they have little of value, it's not difficult to get bargain…"
Tuesday
Janice L. Hancharick replied to Al Funderburk's discussion 'Pipeleine Easement Compensation'
"Verify the amt. on the next ridge before you start "talking turkey".  Lots of things to focus on besides #'s.  Get specifics on use for pipeline, the number of lines they will want to lay during the course of it's…"
Feb 17
Janice L. Hancharick replied to Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)'s discussion 'Lease Offers: Potter County / Date / Royalty % / Bonus per Acre / Acreage' in the group Potter County, PA
"While it was indicated earlier that leasing offers were rescinded  recently... not actual leases ,  I have heard that leases too can be rescinded because companies hadn't signed the documents in hand.  Hearsay…"
Feb 17
Janice L. Hancharick replied to Frank Walker's discussion 'Cold weather cannot budge natural gas price'
"As the needed infrastructure growth progresses, we will see many more posts related to pipeline issues.  A balancing act is needed in the negotiations dept. whether pipelines, leases, whatever is being discussed.  One w/o the other is a…"
Feb 17
Janice L. Hancharick replied to Al Funderburk's discussion 'Pipeleine Easement Compensation'
"What you want to see in a pipeline deal must be spelled out in detail. There are regulations on the books in each state and the nation as a whole  about damages and more that cover a broad spectrum of landowner concerns.  Being specific…"
Feb 12
Janice L. Hancharick replied to Al Funderburk's discussion 'Pipeleine Easement Compensation'
"With today's technology, once flowing the gas should be able to flow north and south.  The whole idea is flexibility to get to where it's needed most @ the time, and also to the highest paying end point. 36" is BIG.  You…"
Feb 10
Janice L. Hancharick posted a discussion

OGMs under old and current railroad beds ... also pipelines.

Have landowners looked into old paperwork to learn if this acreage is something they can lease.  It would seem a possibility that shale layers below 8,000 ' would belong to landowners and up for development.  The beds themselves run 50'-100' wide in sites I've researched.See More
Feb 10
Janice L. Hancharick replied to Warner's discussion 'Leasing negotiation ends due to pricing issues.'
"Are you kidding?  Of course they are!  Here are 5 other locations they find info at ...   OOPS!  I actually named them then decided to delete the list for obvious reasons."
Jan 19
Janice L. Hancharick replied to Warner's discussion 'Leasing negotiation ends due to pricing issues.'
"They don't need to hire investigators.  Many land agents are folks who need jobs, and grew up in the area they're working.  Their contacts are people they've known for years. When in rural areas there is a sense of trust…"
Jan 19
Janice L. Hancharick replied to Warner's discussion 'Leasing negotiation ends due to pricing issues.'
"Yes, it can be construed that offers rescinded (suspended) and made public is a sign of professionalism, but I also think it's part of a mind game.  It's happening throughout PA whether called a suspension or being rescinded, the end…"
Jan 18

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What is your role in the Marcellus?
Concerned Citizen, Other
Which state(s) are you following?
Pennsylvania, West Virginia, New York, Ohio, Maryland
What shale plays do you follow?
All Shale Plays
Introduce Yourself
To protect the environment, maximize the benefits, pay-outs, and lifestyle protections of OGM holders & their neighbors in a four county region, I initiated and continue to coordinate the 4-County Leasing Group ... (Potter & McKean in PA, Cattaraugus and Allegany in NY) Prior to Marcellus/Utica shale activity I have spent a lifetime with extended and immediate family involvement in drilling for and the production of gas, oil,& water... and 32 yrs. in education. A public that understands the nature of this business will make good choices.

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Already Leased? What are my Options?

This is the focus of a Penn State Extension seminar that will be presented in Coudersport, PA on NOV. 29th ...6:00 PM @ Firemen's Meeting Hall on 171, Rte 6W.  Speakers: 2 key Marcellus educators and 2 highly respected natural gas/oil attorneys.  Materials and information that will be shared are intended for lease holders whose leases will expire approximately within a year, or who have older leasing documents that may be altered to up-date/reflect newer drilling techniques, safer…

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Posted on November 13, 2012 at 6:00pm

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At 11:11pm on August 12, 2013, Clifford D. Lane said…

I have previous commitments both nights, but will be following progress of 4 county group.  Glad you are expanding into Bradford.

At 1:31pm on July 8, 2013, lester long said…
My email is [email protected]
At 10:35am on June 10, 2013, lester long said…
Janice, my name is lester long and my wife and have land in Hampshire county wv. I have just learned that utica oil is under the marcellus shale and we want to drill for oil/gas. We live in san Antonio tx but I grew up on the farm years ago and I know for a fact the oil and gas is there. How do I get an oil company to drill or exray to see the place to drill. it was leased but they never did anything with it.
 
 
 

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