Washington County, PA

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Comment by Suzy on July 15, 2019 at 10:57am

Hi! Does anyone know what's happening with new well permits in Washington County, PA? We have a lease with EQT and keep hearing the DEP is still reviewing the well permit or sending it back for more and more change requirements. This has been going on for over a year. Is the PA DEP holding up all well permits for some reason? Are they continually changing requirements, so that basically no wells are being approved at this point?

Comment by John E Saymansky on May 2, 2018 at 9:39am

Anybody sign their Nobel lease over to HG Energy II Appalachia?

Comment by Lori Huber on May 23, 2016 at 12:33pm

Not a lot of activity on this board so hoping I get some input. We all know that the price of Natural Gas is at an all time low right now. That's a given. However, I've been following the production and sale price reports on various sites (including a crowd sourced price reporting site) and there seems to be a huge discrepancy on what gas is perceivably being sold for, what other landowners are reporting they are getting (pre-deductions) and what I am seeing on my recent royalty statements. I am a landowner in a producing Washington County unit with Rice Energy. We are only 2.5 mos in on receiving royalty payments (though unit has been producing for 5 months) and the 1st two were pretty much on the dot for estimated selling price per going rates at Henry Hub and other Rice landowner crowd sourced averages. My last month's statement, however, was about 20% lower than both market prices reported AND other Rice landowner crowd sourced averages. That is a huge difference. That is, $1.98 vs $1.57.  I was wondering what other landowners were seeing on their statements for gas sold in February 2016; particularly with Rice. Something seems to be off. I did contact the Rice Landowner Info Hotline but haven't received a reply as of yet. Looking forward to replies to see if we are the only ones who have noticed this discrepancy. Thanks!

Comment by Matthew Williams on April 28, 2016 at 11:08am

Just wanted to take a moment and say hello. Noticed there wasn't much activity on the board. Hope everyone is doing well. 

Comment by Matthew Williams on September 24, 2014 at 10:34am

Has anyone heard anything about ACOMA. Someone told me they are backing out of deals and not funding. Can anyone confirm?

Comment by Lois M. Ferre on May 20, 2013 at 8:54pm

Does anyone know if theres a new well site going to be in East Bethelem twp.,on Main St. Clarksville, Pa.?

Comment by Henry F. Hildebrandt on February 14, 2012 at 12:27am

Hello, I live out of state, but I have a few acres just outside of Charleroi. So far no one has contacted me about leasing.  Should I be concerned, or is there someone I should be talking to?  Are any companies leasing in that area? Thanks!

Comment by philip Hobbs on February 7, 2012 at 8:01am

hey, any one on hear know anything about the going rate of timber.. for pipeline row...

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Comment by philip Hobbs on November 24, 2011 at 8:20am

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