Just for kicks...an article from foxnews.comReliford says it doesn’t take large amounts of money or knowledge to win at the oil drilling game, either.“Oh anyone can get in here; it doesn’t cost an…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim Tarr Apr 23.
"Love it.. hope someone drills in that fashion here someday...i know... i know... but it takes soooo much money.... 10 million should do it... i doubt it takes that much.. they are talking amoritazation of equipment, land aquisition etc... i bet…"
Just for kicks...an article from foxnews.comReliford says it doesn’t take large amounts of money or knowledge to win at the oil drilling game, either.“Oh anyone can get in here; it doesn’t cost an arm and a leg. Here is the cheapest place in the world to drill wells,” he added. “People come here from all over just to drill.”“Backyard Oil” debuts on Discovery Tuesday, April 23 at 10PM ET/…See More
I read one of the recent articles that has been posted under "Current events/News releases" (or something like that) in the Ohio Landowners section. The following is an excerpt from the article. I found it interesting......Further muddying the water is a new technique known in the industry as 'shake and bake' or 'resting', where a well is plugged for a number of days or months after drilling to increase pressure in the well. Shake and bake, an unproven method that companies hope might improve…See More
"Even if coal combustion gases (Thermal or chemical) are 100% clean, The foot print isn't just from harvesting. The ash and other residuals (CCR's) take up 100's of thousands of acres and leave an ongoing risk to water,…"
"If Fan's process works on Coal why not use it to combust other fossil fuels as well (such as Gasoline / Oil / Kerosene / Jet Fuel / Natural Gas) ?
The way I see it, these days only the cleanest burning fossil fuels should be…"
What makes this site so great? Well, I think it's the fact that, quite frankly, we all have a lot at stake in this thing they call shale. But beyond that, this site is made up of individuals who have worked hard for that little yard we call home. Or, that farm on which blood, sweat and tears have fallen.[ Read More ]