Now that is cool !
very good read I was noticing I did not see the hillman complex in any of the infrastructure maps any ideas where it is located at? some where in washington county is all I know you know of any specifics keep that info coming it seems to get better and better THANKX mark
Great Post Todd ! Thank you !
kind of figured that with "HILLMAN" being the biggest clue to where the plant will be located seems a little werid with a compressor station proposed just outside of joffree aprox 4miles as the crow flys but every thing is subject to change at this stage of the game mark
I just noticed on page 3 upper right corner, Utica/Point Pleasant pending. they started stating that in Aug 3 report. : )).
Now on page 30 "Nora" those CBM and Tight sands #'s. Wonder when RRC will test West Pa. for a few of those Tight sands wells. They may already have!! I have recordings on two shallow units that were filed last year. The CBM will need a deal with Coal companies. Most of the Coal was sold long ago.
Todd you have probably already seen these details of the Rover if you haven't look at the route..I thought this was interesting..it's a 36" line and going to carry a lot of gas..good detail of route on links to the right...Mark in your back yard also...
Yes - Hillman is the name of the small state park along old Rt 22 aka Old Steubenville Pike. I wonder if the plant will be between Florence and Bavington - probably right in Bavington where that compressor station already is located off of the Rt 22 exit.
There is an operator experimenting with fracking the tight Clinton sandstone in NE Ohio. The Clinton sandstone in the western Beaver County area is on target to be "high dry gas potential" whereas there is a long history of oil in NE Ohio. The wells they are drilling in NE Ohio are only about $1 million to drill - results pending last I checked.
2012 Map Berea Sandstone, Pg 12:
Old Clinton Sandstone potential 1997 USGS:
6728. Clinton/Medina Sandstone Gas High Potential
"Estimated ultimate recovery (EUR) values for producing wells in the Clinton/Medina Sandstone Gas High Potential Play (6728) range from 5 (F95) to 330 (F5) million cubic feet of gas (MMCFG) and have a median (F50) of about 70 MMCFG."
Hopefully, better EUR's are achievable now. Sandstones appear to be extra gravy in our area. I wonder what the GIP is in these tight sandstones?
Thanks for posting that link again - Energy Transfer Partners has indeed updated their mapping of the Rover Pipeline in much more detail to the county level. That Hillman lateral is impressive at 36'' in diameter. My big question is whether gathering lines will be able to connect to that lateral along the traverse.
I'm missing slides 5 and 6; of which presentation?
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