Lori Huber
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More than one Pad on a Declared Unit?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lynn mudder Feb 15. 9 Replies

Has anyone heard of a drilling company adding a second pad to an existing unit? Not sure exactly what is going on as the gas company has been very secretive about their actual plans however we are in…Continue

Rice/EQT Merger

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lori Huber Jul 7, 2017. 2 Replies

Good MorningGlad to to see the site up and running, again. Thought I'd ask the big question to many landowners in my neck of the woods: what are the thoughts on the EQT/Rice Energy acquisition? I've…Continue

Landowner "Occupation Title"?

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Allen Lilly Aug 28, 2016. 23 Replies

Good Morning! I have searched everywhere for the answer to this question so am putting it out there to see if anyone else has an idea. With the shale gas industry being fairly well matured and a LOT…Continue

Anyone know what process Rice Energy uses to comprise their drilling units?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lori Huber Aug 31, 2015. 7 Replies

We're very near (bordering) a developing well pad with 5 wells going in being drilled by Rice Energy, with whom we are leased. We've always assumed that a unit is comprised of all of the surrounding…Continue

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Lori Huber replied to farmgas's discussion 'EQT vs Rice'
"We are in Fallowfield Twp, Washington County, PA. I read a good article on Marcellus Drilling News updating the Rice's attempt to unseat the current board and get the co on track. They have sent out a proxy statement to shareholders in…"
May 1
Lori Huber replied to farmgas's discussion 'EQT vs Rice'
"That makes sense however the acreage and existing well pads EQT acquired  in the Rice deal aren't being expanded  on either. Existing, already producing pads with plenty of room for expansion DO make money however from what I've…"
Mar 29
Lori Huber replied to farmgas's discussion 'EQT vs Rice'
"All questions I think all of us have, but as a land owner who has dealt with both Rice and EQT, I have to say that land owner and community relations were better with Rice. They definitely took a more personal interest and were more approachable…"
Mar 27
Lynn mudder replied to Lori Huber's discussion 'More than one Pad on a Declared Unit?'
"Yes,we are hopeful for that also. Day and night difference in how they treat the landowners. "
Feb 15
Lori Huber replied to Lori Huber's discussion 'More than one Pad on a Declared Unit?'
"That certainly would be nice. :0)"
Feb 15
Lori Huber replied to Lori Huber's discussion 'More than one Pad on a Declared Unit?'
"Good idea! Really rooting for the Rice Team to take over at EQT."
Feb 15
Old Timer replied to Lori Huber's discussion 'More than one Pad on a Declared Unit?'
"if the pad you mention is off a Grange Rd., i believe this may be a 6 well Utica test site which since Wolverine is Marcellus will only add to unit royaltys. "
Feb 15
Old Timer replied to Lori Huber's discussion 'More than one Pad on a Declared Unit?'
"STEP ONE!  all EQT lessors purchase one share of EQT stock and join the proxy war to reinstate the Rice brothers."
Feb 15
Lori Huber replied to Lori Huber's discussion 'More than one Pad on a Declared Unit?'
"Anything is possible as we have absolutely no information and the gas company seems intent on keeping it that way for whatever reason. I'm going to look at the county and unit maps to see what parcels will be affected in each direction. It…"
Feb 15
Bullfrex replied to Lori Huber's discussion 'More than one Pad on a Declared Unit?'
"To my knowledge, all wells are drilled to the NNW or SSE from the pad for both Marcellus and Utica wells....something to do with the natural fissures in the rock. Again, could it be for a different target formation? This has been explained to me…"
Feb 15
Lori Huber replied to Lori Huber's discussion 'More than one Pad on a Declared Unit?'
"Thanks for the quick reply. I suppose the biggest concern would be the possibility of them creating a 2nd producing pad/unit off of our existing unit, and reducing production for us. It would seem that if the pad is located IN the declared unit…"
Feb 15
Lori Huber replied to Lori Huber's discussion 'More than one Pad on a Declared Unit?'
"Good Morning. Thanks so much for your replies. Sorry - didn't mean to withhold anything. No secret. All public record and I didn't intend to leave pertinent info out. I am located in Washington County, PA and my unit is for the Wolverine…"
Feb 15
Old Timer replied to Lori Huber's discussion 'More than one Pad on a Declared Unit?'
"4500' between pads is not close. depending on existing lateral offsets and spacing. shorter lateral length allows for more offset width in the unit. long laterals reduce the offset. we have a 2000' pad spacing design here with…"
Feb 15
Old Timer replied to Lori Huber's discussion 'More than one Pad on a Declared Unit?'
"if you would be willing to give max info. may be able to find more. there are NO secrets. the difficulty is using state systems to find the info. most of the public will give up in frustration when going beyond basic reporting."
Feb 15
Bullfrex replied to Lori Huber's discussion 'More than one Pad on a Declared Unit?'
"I didn't see where you listed your location (State, County, Twp.). One thing that jumps out at me is the E&P might be targeting a different formation from the one produced on the existing pad. Bo might also have offered a possible…"
Feb 15
bo boboski replied to Lori Huber's discussion 'More than one Pad on a Declared Unit?'
"Maybe, if they build another pad and drill their laterals in the opposite direction, they wont have to shut off the producing wells during fracking.? Just taking a stab at it."
Feb 15

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Landowner in SWPA with well site currently being developed of which we are within the unit of.
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Marcellus

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