Antero Resources, one of the biggest Marcellus/Utica drillers (with major operations in West Virginia) released its fourth-quarter and full-year 2019 update yesterday, along with hosting a conference…Continue
"Extremists whining and crying foul on both sides of the aisle are repulsive. Their views are extreme. That’s why they are called extremists. Your situation in NY is unique. In the rest of the country more fracking occurred…"
"Reply to Dan
"Smart people enhance God given intelligence with education. The smarter someone is, the more likely they will seek out experts when needed and not rely on their hunches."
This is a great bit of advice Dan
"The Painter gas well (Number 1 well) was drilled by Travis Peake. Plans were in place to lay a pipeline from there west to Abplanalp another well site and then to be hooked to a Dominion at Sabinsville. And this is exactly what took…"
"O&G has always been referred to as a “Boom Bust” industry. You may watch to much far right propaganda. Every industry has some amount of outside negative pressure. Every problem in the world isn’t caused by…"
"I do agree. By leasing every bit of drill-able land they could get and putting wells in everywhere BEFORE they had a consistent infrastructure to get the gas produced to market created over-supply in a short period of time with not enough customers.…"
"Actually, the shale business has been destroyed by alternative energy activism trying to ban all fossil fuels with untrue claims and assaults, as well as govt regulations and red tape costing companies millions in order to operate particularly while…"
"Yes, they stopped paying dividends for the time being. We own a small amt of shares and to be honest, I'd rather see them get the company on solid footing than worry about dividends, which there likely aren't any, anyway. The stock has…"
"Something interesting on CNBC today
Jim Chanos Kynikos Associates Founder
The shale business will never be profitable it’s nothing but an accounting scam
As none of the frackers accounted for depreciation on their wells
I wonder if he is…"
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 ]