"Since PADEP website has production data from Marcellus wells, you could look-up wells in the county you live and that should answer your question. Keep in mind new wells IP rate is higher the first couple months then taper off."
My family has mineral interests in northern Elk county..around the Rasselas area. We are looking for 1940s to 1960s property maps of this area. We have been to the courthouse in Ridgeway several times..no luck. If anyone has a map it would be much appreciated.See More
"A couple of other options come to mind. You could just lease a certain strata they are after ie Marcellus or utica. Also you may be able to negotiate the unitization clause has to include your entire parcel. This will…"
"Welcome to the Murky waters of oil and gas leasing. I would suggest you read as much as possible on this forum and others. Maybe go to some gas lease meetings to learn more. Talk to your neighbors, But most of all wait until…"
"Most leases are transferable. You should visit the court house your lease is recorded..they can tell you who the lease transfered to. Your court house records might be online and your can view the transaction that way. Leases are…"
"If you are currently not leased, it may not be in best interest to have a survey done. If they should find anything negative in the formation data they get..it most certainly will not be shared with the landowner. This may hinder…"
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