"They are pretty tight lipped, but drilled only one instead of two as originally planned,they had planned to move to the Hartzler well next but have opted to hold off a bit, this rig is going to a site in Noble county instead.
"Sorry..... that should have read TR-251instead of TR-151 :( not sure what I was thinking. My guess is that its the SHANE well, its on the north side of TR-251 approx 1 mile north of SR-751 on the right."
Rainbow Hills Winery is located off of TR-251 not TR-151.
And there three wells drilled by NGO in that area ...
The SHANE well is located on the North side of TR-251 and is about 1 mile North of the…"
"No, it's in Adams twp, NGO drilled the well with one of their smaller rigs, the pumper that tends the well over here on my property said that they cored the Utica when they went thru it, so it might have been a rose run permit? He also…"
I just heard that Anadarco has partnered with NGO Development for access to the Utica Shale that lies under their existing leases, They put a test well down on Twp rd 151 just down the road from Rainbow Hills Winery and now that the results are in the are contacting landowners in the area and offering leases, NGO has thousands of hbp acres in Adams Twp as well as other areas of Coshocton County, offers are currently 2,500 bonus and 17.5% royalty,See More
"Lots of activity in eastern Holmes county, Sierra Buckeye, Consul,and Chesapeake all doing some leasing around Charm to Baltic as well as north to Wayne County, Homeland Energy is holding some meetings in the eastern parts, The Mohican Basin…"
"Sounds like a great Idea, I'll plan to be there, attended a meeting last night up by Fenders Fish hatchery last night and am convinced that we need to start banding together or they will pick us off one at a time.."
"I joined the Coshocton County group you started. Will post comments there and encourage all Coshocton County landowners to follow the group link above and post their comments as well. The more landowners and the more communication we all have the…"
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