Ascent Resources Utica received one permit in November for the Black Racer well site in Londonderry Township in Guernsey County, and started drilling.

Another eight permits were issued in Guernsey County in December, all to Ascent Resources Utica. Five were for the Hoop well sites in Londonderry Township, and another to the Wagler well, also in Londonderry Township. Two additional permits were for the Shipman wells in Wills Township. Ascent started drilling on all eight permits.

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What does anyone know about the Black Racer well my land is just to the north of it?  Why is it named different than the other wells on the pad?

Has the drilling been completed?  Any information is appreciated.

They name different names on pads all the time.  I believe it is because of the unit that actual well is in, not the pad.  There are others like that on the ODNR website. 

Yea, if you have land leased in Guernsey county,ohio, you want to be hooked up with Ascent, or Eclipse. They are the one doing the drilling round here.

Great news, and with oil at $64 a barrel for WTI this morning my prediction of $70 or higher oil in 2018 looks less crazy than some tried to convince me of.


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