John Stanton III started a very active thread on the Venango County site about results of the Allam well. He accidentally deleted the entire thread. He wonders if it could be revived. Could you please contact him. He has reposted the thread's original title but of course the numerous post to the original thread are gone. Thanks for any help!
Yes, thank you. Just wish the price was higher! On the bright side, it is double from this time last year. I love to play around with the royalty calculator. They are coming to drill 2 more wells next month.
Attached is EQT's law firm blog site announcing that a Force Pooling (Lease Integration) bill will be introduced in the West Virginia legislature this year. You can find it at: http://wvnaturalgasblog.blogspot.com.
Enjoy your articles. Also appreciate all Your efforts on landowners behalf. We own 95 acres in Cussawago township. Grandfathers original farm. Proud to be able to use the farm for some farming but mostly hunting. And recreation. Any further developments in the area. Tax. Dave Cykoski
keith...we have property in wayne county and would like to join a group in that area..we own 14 acers with mineral rights and a large bm-19 pipeline that runs thru our land by a rite of way agreement my great grandmother signed..we would like to learn more, do you know of any contact info for a wayne county landowners group ?? thank you
Wonder if site should be renamed Marcellus/ Utica rather than just Marcellus. The term Marcellus shale unfortunately seems to be used in a restrictive way, but also is often used in posts to this site to refer to the Utica Shale or both the Marcellus and Utica /shales. I have been told that Marcellus Shale under my land in western Venango County is insufficiently thick to have value but that the underlying Utica Shale may be reasonably good. It would be nice if shale articles were better at stating the specific shale formation or formations under discussion.
Over a year ago I wrote and copyrighted a book concerning the Utica/Pt. Pleasant play in Ohio. I update in once a month as to drilling activity or other pertinent news. Several members have expressed interest in buying it, but I have resisted until now. Can you give me any input please as to how to advertise on your site? My book is in excess of 100 pages, including exhibits, but is written in layman's terms, and I think landowners would find it to be a wealth of information.
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 ]