"The API number for the Jones 2H well is 47-049-02184. Trans Energy is the operator. On 7/22/2013, a water management plan was submitted to the state.
Here is the link to the West Virginia Oil and Gas Database where you can find more…"
"Bonus is cheaper here because there are fewer natural gas liquids in the gas, and there are fewer people holding out.
If you could find an API number for the well you could look it up on the WV DEP Office of Oil and Gas web site."
"Was this well drilled? My family owns about 160 acres of oil and gas in Metz, we were contracted in 2010 and given a very very low offer which we never even acknowledged. There are currently about 19 heirs to the rights. Why is the…"
"Trans Energy has a permit for a new Freeland 1H Well well off Big run if you look on the map where Beech Lick rd is it is almost straight over on the Big run side .
are you close to this area, if so you will probably be in this unit .…"
"Bob, check out the the DNR Ohio Utica report . look at some of there maps, there should be some liquids in this area ,
Tyler county looks like it will have some wet gas in the Utica how mutch they really dont know. I…"
"well we will see how the utica plays out...
There is a lot of formations down in there wet or dry still a bargain for everything below, here is a old story on a test Well Roane County look at the numbers on it.. …"
"yes i see what you are saying about the map, your right
I have seen the map that Landman showed me from Triad the green being what they had leased and the yellow being what they needed to lease . but they had a lot more…"
"thats a good point,
It really should be . I guess there stratedgy grab all the acreage you can while it is cheap and royalty percentage's are low. thats good business for them. why pay more than you have to.
By the maps the Utica is…"
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