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New York letting gas companies in?
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I have heard it might be possibkle for New your landowners to sue the state for not allowing fracing. Is it possible?Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by tom Mar 7, 2013.

Will Utics gas in Tioga county Pa be wet?
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We have a Utica well in Tioga county Pa and are curious if it will be wet or just more dry gas?Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian Day Mar 7, 2013.

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Brian Day replied to tom's discussion 'Will Utics gas in Tioga county Pa be wet?'
"Isn't something going on up near Ulysses or Gold?  Get your ears and eyes open and keep 'em open."
Mar 7, 2013
tom replied to tom's discussion 'New York letting gas companies in?'
"I feel for all the landowners not getting to share in the royalties and hope the gas companies still want in there"
Mar 7, 2013
David Perotto replied to tom's discussion 'New York letting gas companies in?'
"Tom, That 2015 date is from a bill that passed the Assembly, the NY Senate probably wont pass their bill to move this forward. Even if the Senate does, Cuomo could veto the bills. It is hard visualizing the Emperor doing such a thing. Any…"
Mar 7, 2013
tom replied to tom's discussion 'New York letting gas companies in?'
"Todays Elmira Star Gazette said no drilling allowed till 2015. It sure would help make some jobs around here in Tioga County if they were to start drilling there"
Mar 7, 2013
David Perotto replied to tom's discussion 'New York letting gas companies in?'
"Tom, The way I see it: NY Joint Landowner Coalition is looking to sue the state for four different "takings" cases. If they are successful, a class action lawsuit would then commence, using these four cases as precedence. They would open…"
Mar 7, 2013
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paleface replied to tom's discussion 'Will Utics gas in Tioga county Pa be wet?'
" Thank You for your answer,I I understand the maturity principles would be basicly the same in a tight shale as a reservoir?"
Mar 7, 2013
Area Man replied to tom's discussion 'Will Utics gas in Tioga county Pa be wet?'
"Somewhat independent, except in this case the hydrocarbon maturity is tied to the geologic history of the shale. If they were able to migrate, the maturity could be different than the reservoir where there are today. Otherwise, maturity is a…"
Mar 7, 2013
Jack Straw replied to tom's discussion 'Will Utics gas in Tioga county Pa be wet?'
"Overcooked (overmature) is when a formation has been (at some point in its burial history) subjected to temperatures sufficiently high as to destroy the hydrocarbons present, such that little (if any) gas or oil will be produced.   JS"
Mar 7, 2013
tom replied to tom's discussion 'Will Utics gas in Tioga county Pa be wet?'
"The Utica and Trenton were done after a hortizontal in the Marcellus. They call this a experimental well"
Mar 7, 2013
David Perotto replied to tom's discussion 'Will Utics gas in Tioga county Pa be wet?'
"Are you sure shell wasnt looking for Marcellus, that seems like the better play in Tioga County. If I were a bettin man I would be all in on the Marcellus."
Mar 7, 2013
Brian Day replied to tom's discussion 'Will Utics gas in Tioga county Pa be wet?'
"Way back when this whole leasing business started in the area of Tioga County, East Resouces said they were after gas and some oil in the BR/T.  The reason for their interest was successful wells just across the border in New York state. …"
Mar 7, 2013
paleface replied to tom's discussion 'Will Utics gas in Tioga county Pa be wet?'
" Area Man thank you for your explaination,but I have a question how would the hydro carbon being trapped in the shale affect the maturity process? thank you"
Mar 7, 2013
Area Man replied to tom's discussion 'Will Utics gas in Tioga county Pa be wet?'
"You are correct about trapping mechanisms... but wrong setting.  In a conventional system, faults, salt, shales, and structure are of critical importance for trapping a mobile hydrocarbon in place.  However, in the unconventional…"
Mar 7, 2013
Brian Day replied to tom's discussion 'Will Utics gas in Tioga county Pa be wet?'
"Thank you Mr. Straw. That was a lot more than a parrot can repeat and far too thought provoking to be profitable for some people."
Mar 7, 2013
Jack Straw replied to tom's discussion 'Will Utics gas in Tioga county Pa be wet?'
"RE: "So how come drilling companies find oil and gas in wells down 18 or 20 thousand feet, if depth and pressure cook out all of the good stuff?" There are many factors which help determine the depths at which Dry Gas, Wet Gas and Oil…"
Mar 7, 2013

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At 11:45am on April 21, 2010, NANCY A THOMAS said…
we live between 1 or 2 miles from cummings. we can hear them working and see trucks going back and forth, too. ceo of east resources has bought 600 acres near us (with the royalties). beautiful log home is on this acreage.
At 11:43am on April 18, 2010, Brian Day said…
In lue of future royalties, $25 a head at the gate - no land men admitted. Dad is doing well enough with his new wooden hip. His femar bone was curved a bit, so the surgeon had to put in a curved rod to match the bone. This apparently is not too unusual, but it slows down the recovery. He will be on the walker for six to eight weeks. Mom should be pretty crazy by then. Stop by to say "hello" if you dare. He told me this morning that a big drilling rig was now working on the Cummins place in Chatham Township. That makes sense, being that close to the pipeline. How about your dad's place? Any holes in the ground yet? Are you having fun at your job?
At 12:42pm on April 8, 2010, Brian Day said…
6 Flags! Sounds like a great place for an amusement park.
 
 
 

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