Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Litwinowicz Oct 24, 2019. 5 Replies 0 Likes
Rumor has it that ExxonMobil is looking for land to build a cracker plant along the Ohio River. Seems they have been talking to landowners in Beaver Co but some say it go to W Va.PTT is expected to…Continue
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Laurel Mt was supposed to drill a well just south of the Clarion River. l heard the pad was cleared in the spring but haven't heard of anything since.Any news?Continue
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according to shaledirectories.com No price given.“This transaction further bolsters the company’s deep Utica rights in the oil and wet gas windows of the play,” said Mark Van Tyne, Pin Oak’s…Continue
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Seems these two stole a huge amount of critical data like proprietary fracking techniques, maps of shale fields, and much more. Seems they knew they were about to be fired so spent days downloading…Continue
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All day today CNBC is focusing on converting vehicles to run on nat gas. Rick Sentelli is in Oklahoma at a company that does nat gas conversions. They are working on a pick up truck, showing what needs to be done to make it bi-fuel. By the end of the day, they will be driving around in the converted truck to show what it can do.
During one segment already aired, they said that if you fill up at home, you will pay an equivalent of 66 cents per gallon. Thats right.....66 cents per…Continue
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There is much talk and hope that all this shale oil and gas will get the US freed of dependance on OPEC oil. The Bakken, Eagle Ford, Utica and more have great oil potential. The Marcellus, Utica, Hainesville, Barnett and more have great gas potential, especially if we convert major portion of our transportation to natgas. All of these should help us wean ourselves off of foreign oil and gas, which would fantastic for the country.
But one problem with that scenario is competitive…Continue
We decided to go with CX but on the condition that we will get paid according to our survey acres and not our deeded acres. Surveys(signed and stamped) are not recorded since we will have to pay higher property taxes. The surveys were acceptable to ADAPT and Range Resources when they offered leases.
Parcel # 1 - Wayne Township, Crawford County. 35 deeded acres, 51 surveyed acres.
Parcel #2 - East Mead Township, Crawford County. 25 deeded acres, 45.85 surveyed acres.
Total acreage - 60 deeded acres, 96.85 acres.
If acceptable, please send us a contract to sign with your leasing company.
Rex and Brenda Roae
30910 Dobie Lane
Guys Mills, Pa. 16327
Contact phone -
Jim, I live in South Central PENNa and attending weekday meetings is not a possibility for me at this time. I have a copy of the lease from Northeast Appalachian Land Service, Inc. They are an Ohio Corp with a mailing address of 322 Elms Rd, Troy, PA 16947 If you would like to share your email I could forward on to you for your review and comments to the group. 8 pgs total
hope this finds you well
can you give Dave a buzz @724 421 7112
My name is Terry Schmader, I live in Arvada, Colorado but my wife and I have 100 acres of OGM's in Pinegrove Township, Venango County Pa,. that we are interested in leasing.
Can you help?
Thanks and Peace, Terry
I did get the phone number from Ron - I will call later today to see what they have to say. I don't like how CHK is using sign in 2 days or you won't get a lease- CHK can't forget it...I don't need a lease that bad that takes advantage of our property and doesn't protect it. Thanks for letting me know how you feel about Hilcorp- anything else you can think of that I should make sure is in their lease? Does yours say 20% no deductions?
I am in Mahoning county, Beaver township. I am looking for a contact to call a Hilcorp rep to see what they have to offer. I heard that its $5000 per acre and 20% but I don't if its a landowner friendly lease or not.
Will continue to read your posts. Am hopeful that things will go well and that I can lease my property in 2012. Don't want to inject politics but appears taxes will be going up considerably in 2013. Will probably be worse if Obama is re-elected which I am afraid is going to happen. You might look for article on Chesapeake. Appears that their CEO may be doing something questionale if not illegal.
I'm in Delaware Twp, and I signed in Oct., but then signed for the extension in Dec. Supposed to be paid by April 15th. My question is: I was under the impression that we would get some kind of services( tax planning, etc.) for the $250.00 fee. I know they are having meetings with FNB this week, but unfortunately, Tuesday evenings are already filled up for me. Are they going to offer additional meetings or was it a one time thing? If something goes wrong with the lease restrictions, would MOPAW represent this group or would we have to pay for their services again?
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