The numbers come directly from the courthouse www.landaccess.com page for Washington county. You can check them out. 106 leases and 66,294 acres. Not to say there could be mistakes when entered, but the scanned pages read the same.
I don't think your numbers sound accurate. If there really are over 66,000 acres with the 100 or so leases you mentioned, that would average over 600 acres per lease.
What company is Wishgard assigning leases to? Or has that been…"
If you add the acreage together on the 106 leases filed by Wishgard at the courthouse, it comes up to 66,294, at $1000 an acre which is what Wishgard was offering.
Things just don't add up here.
In the other counties bordering ours…"
To Date over 5.3 million has been paid out to Washington County Residents from Wishgard.more to come and everyone who has cleared acreage or acreage that can be cleared is being paid. There is an extension letter to those who have title issues and that letter states a final payment date... Don and Evelyn are still signing more land owners across the street from G & L driling in Beverly.. Pads are being discussed. …See More
"and how many of these folks who had wells or have wells on their lands said no to free gas? .. that a producer worked long and hard hours in the winter to make sure that that family had FREE gas to the home . or sent the checks back.. no matter how…"
"Well Carl.. first of all Chesapeake has over 1.5 , million acres held by production and leased.. do you think that the state of ohio will go against a giant who is investing billions of dollars into our ohio state community.. creating situations…"
"are you kidding me why should you give anyone a percentage on your lease or royalty... i work for a few of the oil and gas companies direct in your area... if you want info on a real lease directly.. get a working parcel of 360-1280…"
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