"BICS, I do not think that it is this particular well, perhaps the same pad, but not well 6H. Well 6H crosses under only about 3 or 4 different property owners. So this tells me that the potential production numbers of Hosey 6H indicate that CHK…"
"Yes Mike, CHK got a permit from the ODNR to drill the shallow well, and listed what was found (glacial sediment). I was never sure why they drilled this well, but there is a lot I do not know :-). As for the producing well, three reasons, 1) there…"
"Hi Freddy, a friend of mine "in the business" said he heard that the first hole drilled at the Hosey well was capped and lost, but another one was drilled and they are waiting on results, red tape, or money to proceed."
"This is a fascinating article. I must have misinterpreted the data that I found. I am glad to hear that the Hosey well is still on track. I used to live right beside the Conrads and their house is less than a mile from the Hosey…"
"Mike, I did go to the URL you sent me (thank you for the info) and I found that this information (well plugged and abandoned) is not for the horizontal producing well. I live a several miles from that well, and knew that there were two wells…"
"Hosey Well has been abandoned.
Permit Issued: 6/24/2011 County: Portage Township: Suffield Status: Lost Hole Operator: Chesapeake Exploration LLC Well Name & Number: Hosey POR 6H Ohio DNR Comments: Lost hole,…"
"This is the only thing I can find out about the Hosey well. See the last line.
Hosey POR #6H
Ohio Releases First Official Utica Shale Results
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (DNR) released production results on nine…"
"Anyone hear how these wells turned out? Any initial production estimates or numbers? My son works at Bestbuy and I guess a few of the Cheasapeake guys were in saying the wells came in good, but that's hearsay. Anyone know anything specific?"
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