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Comment by JK on October 29, 2011 at 9:02am

Shane,

I've got 98 acres 1 mile from Reliance.  Can you say who the broker is please?  I am wondering if the horizontal line is reaching there?

I sure would like to know.

Comment by Shane on July 29, 2011 at 8:40am
Just heard from a broker regarding the Reliance well near Goshen Road.  I have 1 acre in a subdivision near the well and they informally offered me $1000 and 12.5% over the phone (wants to meet in person with us).  Is it even worth my time to do this with one acre?  I asked the broker and he said they would probably be pulling gas from under us anyway, so we might as well take advantage.  Thoughts?
Comment by Julie on July 21, 2011 at 11:57pm

I live on the Halleck Road in Monongalia County and have been approached about leasing my property.  The offer I was made was $1000.00 per acre and royalties of 12.5%.  I was wondering if anyone else had been approached and if so what kind of offers they were receiving.  Any input would be appreciated.

Thanks

Comment by Rick Clark on May 26, 2011 at 7:03am
chesapeake has a well, the Reliance Minerals 3H, 6H, 8H,10 Well, on the map it looks like the unit probably 600 or so acres runs north east of Triune Fire Dept up to Clinton Furnace Rd, they are still leasing a lot in this area, so they will be building more units and drilling more it is looking good for people in this spot, if you have not leased , they will probably will be calling you. the offers i heard last year was $1000 & 15%with deductions,  anyone hears of an offer let us know.
Comment by Dave Stewart on May 2, 2011 at 10:00pm

According to PA state records Chief has a site in Gilmore Township (north of Daybrook a few miles into PA.) I believe it is the only one in that area. I also think it may be representative of what might be found the areas to it's south (Daybrook). You can check under PA Dept. of Oil and Gas Production Report.  (Two entries - 1H and 2H - in Greene County. They are the only permitted wells shown for Gilmore Township. Each has about 500,000Mcf reported for 2010 2nd half. I'm guessing production started in the 2nd half. Double check this, because this is all new to me.)

 

My aunt has a fractional share of rights near Daybrook. I'd be interested in hearing a rough idea of what kind of offers are being made in that area.

Comment by shale man on May 2, 2011 at 8:32am
I have leased land in Western Monongalia County, near Daybrook. Is there any new drilling activity nearby besides Bunner's ridge described in earlier comments?
Comment by shale man on January 25, 2011 at 12:20pm
I have land leased in Daybrook, WV. Do you know of any drilling nearby?
Comment by Sam Malone on October 18, 2010 at 9:35am
Thought I'd forward this on... The Center for Healthy Environments and Communities (CHEC) of the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health is hosting a FracTracker training on Monday, October 25, 2010 in Morgantown, WV.

During this training, CHEC will introduce participants to FracTracker, a combination of an interactive blog (http://fractracker.org) and the DataTool (http://data.fractracker.org), that is serving as a vital data-sharing tool in the Marcellus Shale play and beyond.

Meeting Details:
October 25, 2010 – 1pm - 4pm
Morgantown, WV
Free to attend. Parking is free. Permits will be provided upon arrival.
The agenda and additional meeting specifics will be sent to registered attendees prior to the training.

Important -- In order to fully interact with FracTracker’s DataTool during the training, you must be registered with the DataTool. It is free to register, but please do this online as soon as possible. If you run into problems registering for the tool please contact: support@rhizalabs.com.

In addition to registering for the DataTool online, please also register to attend the training by emailing me at slm75@pitt.edu as soon as possible. We have limited space in the present venue, so don't delay! In that email, please let me know whether CHEC can distribute your contact information to all attendees of the training for networking purposes. Once we receive your RSVP we will send you a confirmation email with more details about the training.
Comment by Rick Clark on September 17, 2010 at 8:40pm
yeah it is interesting to get other info. to piece things together, but you can never tell for sure about any of these companies till you actually see it. ive learned that mutch. chesapeake has leased a lot in battelle District also clay district, Statler run area if i hear anything of interest i will pass it along...
Comment by Dave Stewart on September 17, 2010 at 8:47am
I have been in contact with Chesapeake on some western Mon County acreage. However, they don't seem particularly interested in it. I'll let you know if something comes of it.

Thanks for your comment. I just found out my brother has a few acres on Halleck Road. He thinks he has O&G rights. I better prod him to check it out. Of course, if he hasn't been contacted; he probably doesn't have the rights.
 

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