Some time ago, it was mentioned that drilling would begin in early 2012 in Belmont County. I was wondering if anyone has heard anything more about when drilling will begin and do they contact you…Continue
"We had a lease with Rice as a part of the Smith Goshen Group but in November they sold the lease for our land and others that were part of that large group but were in Pease and neighboring townships to Ascent Resources, formerly…"
"I didn't want to say anything earlier; we own a limousine and shuttle business. We get the calls to "transport terminated employees home" sometimes. Lately there have been a few. Things will get better I think but…"
"I live in the same township and several people had there leases renewed by Gulfport in December 2015. This is near Sandy ridge and flatrock area. I know Gulfport sent a letter to some royalty owners about deducting enhancement fees, some have not…"
"If ya don't need the money why not consider a lease as a investment for the family down the road? Seems as if the oil cycle has a tendency to rebound and who knows what will hit the fan when Iran has the bomb and runs the show in the middle…"
"That's the same thing they told my son. He is located near Somerton. $250 more an acre over initial lease, but no guarantee they will pay all 5 years. Gulfport said they are having financial difficulty. My son told them…"
Are there any companies still leasing in Belmont County/Wayne Township? Rice Energy said they currently are only interested in Smith and Goshen Townships. We currently are leased with Gulfport.See More
I didn't want to say anything earlier; we own a limousine and shuttle business. We get the calls to "transport terminated employees home" sometimes. Lately there have been a few. Things will get better I think but right now it's definitely slowing down.
What makes this site so great? Well, I think it's the fact that, quite frankly, we all have a lot at stake in this thing they call shale. But beyond that, this site is made up of individuals who have worked hard for that little yard we call home. Or, that farm on which blood, sweat and tears have fallen.[ Read More ]