"Tug, I was there and my take-away is that we need to get together and compare notes. I had a lot of questions going in and most were taken care of, not bad for such a short time. I know I would like to compare well production, price paid,…"
"Tug- Thanks for the informed posts you make here- really helps.
Am trying to get a hold of someone who went to St College, will get them eventually.
Meantime, what were the highights if you care to share?
"Jim - would you have a copy of this affidavit to share? I sent a friend to the courthouse to have this very action take place on his South Creek Twp property and he was essentially turned away without any satisfaction or indication it was…"
I am simply curious if other Bradford County royatly owners attended the NARO-PA conference this week week and what their "take-away" information was? Great event, as always. Thanks to GoMarcellusShale.com for sponsoring lunch on Friday!See More
"The indicated well bores seems to reflect the proposed location on the well permit plats that are filed AND NOT precise locations. I have the 'as-builts' on a well drilled (obtained from a file review at DEP in…"
"I believe its difficult to judge, precisely, on various companies and the quality of their land holdings, No doubt Cabot is in good shale, but could they have had motivation to maximize production from their holdings (needed cash flow?, hedged…"
"I'll add the other 0.01 and cofirm it defintely was/is a Chief Pad. Question is, why did a DEP eFacts posting sugget it was a SWN installation. My contact within SWN suggested the signage would change if SWN took it over."
"Thanks Wayne - I noted the SWN name on Chief's King pad and wondered about that. I asked a good friend of mine, a long-time Bradford Co. resident, who now works for SWN and he didn't know anything about it. He suggested I…"
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