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Mineral Rights/ Royalty

Started this discussion. Last reply by Barbara Beverly Nov 14, 2011. 2 Replies

Landowners Alert:  Hello All...... Now that your property is leased, or in the leasing process, be cautious........... THE VULTURES ARE ZEROING IN YOUR MIneral Rights and/ or Royalty purchase per…Continue

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We are oganizing and promoting contiguous acreage blocks of landowners in Monroe/ Belmont County Areas of Ohio. I am a landowner who knows the landowner values which we are representing and promoting. Contact me at or 740.458.1771. Sales/Operations: Contact or 703.727.3674.
What is your role?
Landowner, Business Owner, Concerned Citizen, Other
Which state(s) are you following?
West Virginia, Ohio

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At 9:23am on July 28, 2011, John Lusk said…

Lot of meetings believe 4-5 players numbers right now 2500 to 3500 16-20% could sign a $3K w/16-17% net right now. Do you any more on the Green Twps contract.




At 3:44am on July 22, 2011, Joy said…
I'm in Malaga Twp. between Woodsfield and Jerusalem.  I received your invite but when I accepted the message disappeared and could only comment here.
At 6:51am on November 8, 2010, jerry allen said…
I have no idea as to the location and I thought the Utica was much deeper than 8450 feet. This should be interesting especially if David Hill finds the same.
A geologist at ODNR told me a 200 foot seam is very significant.
Jery Allen
At 10:11am on August 4, 2010, David Kaiser said…
Hi RL:
I"ll have to talk generalities here, but there are some good things that area offers:

-reasonably thick shale section
-proximity to pipeline infrastructure
-positive results and a lot of activity in WV across the river
-thermal maturity of the shale that should provide some liquids along with the gas production

My opinion is you are in a desireable area that should see an increase in interest for leasing and drilling. How quickly that might happen, I'm not as sure. A lot of it would be based on what's been leased around you, or what type of block a company could asseble to start a pilot project. Feel free to e-mail me if you like:

Best -D
At 4:41am on July 6, 2010, Keith Mauck (Site Publisher) said…
I wanted to officially welcome you to the site! isn't just a website - it's a network with tools that allow us to fully share our experiences in the Marcellus. Please be sure to fully check the site out. Be sure to note the following:

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