"I am not a geoligist but isn't the utica pp considered to be the source rock that permeated through natural fault lines up to the clinton formation? With Clinton wells producing oil for so many years,in the western oil zone,why are they even…"
" I thought the same thing myself jodi, the berea for one is a conventional shale play, second the pressure has been depleted for the last say 100 years. Then to top everything off Bakerwell. It sounds to me that somebody is behind this…"
"I am located in Muskingum county as well, I purchased a 15 acre tract that was cut up by Detwieler. It was part of a much larger tract of land. I have the same language in my deed. When i purchased the property I put wording in the contract…"
"I have not commited to anything at the current time, I believe in leasing the specific strata an oil company wants to develop only, I dont believe in giving the farm away if it can be prevented. I have to say that I liked Jim Milliston as a…"
"Jodi, to answer your question I have a tract of land that touches Licking County located in Jackson Twp Muskingum. Coshocton county is less than a half of mile north, not too far from the Sensibaugh. We really need the Enervest well in Dresden to…"
"From what I gathered about these two goups is Southwest Coshocton landowners, and Big valley both being groups through Jim Milliston somehow cross territories in Jackson twp Coshocton. I attended swcla meeting last month. Milliston stated Big Valley…"
"I seen in another discussion in Coshocton county group a company by the name of Hunt oil out of Texas is in some type of negotiation in the Dresden area. Anadarko just leased with Big valley landowners group around Jackson Twp Coshocton, seems…"
"Thanks Billy for always being quick with some info, I have a neighbor thats hbp by bakerwell with 2 rose wells not far from our property line, they own about 700 acres. If they had cores or cuttings from the wells I would love to see If the porosity…"
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