Seems like what little drilling that is taking place is moving back east towards the Ohio River for the dry gas. Does anyone have a map of the dry gas core area the drillers maybe be targeting?Continue
"The point is for unit owners is to compare statements. The companies know people are private when it comes to money. I have heard of peoples statements having different production numbers from the same well. Having a group like this you can at least…"
"The answer is another - it depends.
There is a process that a company can follow to apply for mandatory pooling.
Although the process is defined there are some ambiguities.
A part of the ODNR mandate is to provide for the efficient development of…"
"I was just curious I live in Ohio were we have force pooling but we still have a right to negotiate a fair offer. Force pooling in my opinion should be after all fair and reasonable offers are turned down. What is fair and reasonable is obliviously…"
"Do those of you opposed to force pooling think its fair for one or two people to hold up a whole unit because they refuse to sign? What about all the others in the unit that want to sell their gas and oil? Sometimes a landowner might be smack in a…"
"Thanks guys. It does involve a person in the unit that is anti oil and gas the owns about 20% of the unit. I have heard if they own less than 10% they can be forced pooled. I was wondering if they can force pool someone that owns 20%. "
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