"An old well that heats our home has been producing over 75 years. We “blow the drip” periodically to remove moisture from line to prevent freezing in winter. It does not take much to heat an average home. "
"Shallow wells in Ohio give us “free gas” as per the lease. Marcellus wells are too much for private homes, but I know “per your Lease” you can negotiate to be paid for X amount of MCF’s at market value each year. "
"I agree Farmgas. I was first approached by many companies in 2008. We ultimately signed with CHK for 5 yrs and it expired in 2013. Then Rice picked us up. I spent an unbelievable amount of time on various sites and learned SO much. I…"
"Jeff, the price you are quoting of $1.43 was from an old post. If you check the date it was from a year ago. We only received .70 on this months check, ugh! Now I will say something else. We have some old, small wells in Ohio. Same time frame…"
"One MAJOR concern we have, our royalties have been SO diluted. Our wells have been thrown in with so much undrilled acreage. If the day comes that they drill that, we will share in that. In theory that would be great. In the…"
"Lori, we totally agree with your entire post. We were thrilled when the Rices took control of EQT. I do worry if they can survive the ridiculous price of $1.43 we were paid this month! Gas has been good to us, and we are thankful, but I…"
Hi Lynn. Yes, we were originally with Rice. I think the Dennis Cholak well pads are in the mentioned King Hippo unit? Communication, with Rice and EQT, has been terrible. I wish they were more transparent with their development plans.
Have a lease with Rice/EQT that is set to expire Nov. 2018. No drilling but saw the pipeline in place. Any activity in the Holbrook area? Kind of hard to gauge what us going on from here in Virginia, but I try. Thanks. Debbie Pennell
Just wanted to touch base with you. Hope things are well and that this is a site where you can dive in and begin contributing. Please be sure to check out our county groups and see if there is a county you can participate in. Have fun "shaling."
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 ]