Marketer of Natural Gas focused on NE Shale plays. I have been in the marketing and trading business for 23 yrs and spent much of that time marketing and trading around the northeast, mid-atlantic, southeast and gulf coast. I spent 12 of those 23 yrs working for a producer marketing their daily production and the remainder with a energy trading & marketing company. Currently managing a natural gas transportation portfolio from the SW PA, OH and WV region to the gulf coast. We buy from producers and sell to end use/utility/LNG players.
What is your role?
Which state(s) are you following?
Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio
What shale plays do you follow?
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good advice thank you also I could call the granddaughter that sold me the property and ask her if she kept the mineral rights.she was in such a big hurry to sell everything I doubt if she kept them but it is worth a try I bought 2 acres from her at $500 an acre that's how bad she wanted to sell lol
hi daryl I would like your opinion on something.if the deed states the mineral rights stay with the estate and the original owner has passed the estate has been sold nothing left does the mineral right go to the new owner ??
daryl do you think maybe the companys wanting to buy our minerl rights is the same company that leased us using a different company name so they don't have to pay any royalties and get it all??if you search these companies most of them haven't been is business very long sound kinda fishy to me
hi daryl I have a question for you I am all for drilling and currently leased.with all the deductions from your royalty check transportation,market enhancement ect ect why do we get letters from companys wanting to buy our mineral rights and take ownership of this mess lol
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