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Armstrong County, PA

Started Mar 23 0 Replies

What is happening in Armstrong County?  Who is doing current development?  Any development plans for the Armstrong/Indiana county border?  Any new leasing for gas or pipelines?  Continue

Well Bore Curve Accuracy

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ralph cramdon Dec 14, 2021. 2 Replies

How difficult is it to design & drill the well curve from the KOP to the target shale layer?  Do gas companies often get this calculation wrong?  What happens if they miss the target zone?  Do…Continue

Snyder Bros. & Horizontal MS Wells

Started Oct 13, 2021 0 Replies

When did Snyder Bros. begin drilling horizontal wells?  Somehow I missed seeing their growth from just vertical to now horizontal wells.  It appears they are moving quite fast with their horizontal…Continue

Snyder Bros. & Horizontal MS Wells

Started Oct 13, 2021 0 Replies

When did Snyder Bros. begin drilling horizontal wells?  Somehow I missed seeing their growth from just vertical to now horizontal wells.  It appears they are moving quite fast with their horizontal…Continue

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Ralph cramdon replied to farmgas's discussion 'Surging Natural Gas Prices'
"I still get Real Estate listings from Tioga County PA ,,, For the most part land prices have not dropped ... "
Thursday
farmgas replied to farmgas's discussion 'Surging Natural Gas Prices'
"Those were the days, and I share your story.  Let`s keep the discussion going folks!!"
Thursday
Lynn mudder replied to farmgas's discussion 'Surging Natural Gas Prices'
"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…"
Thursday
farmgas replied to farmgas's discussion 'Surging Natural Gas Prices'
"Where have all the information seekers plus knowledgeable gas industry folks gone that used to make this blog site so great to be a part of?  Have they all gotten their wells & gas royalties or have they just given up thinking they will…"
Thursday
Ralph cramdon replied to farmgas's discussion 'Surging Natural Gas Prices'
"Farmgas , its difficult to understand different pricing on your wells if they use the same transport pipeline , unless the contract [ deductions] agreed upon have been different for each individual well .. Great discussion , we all learn something…"
Wednesday
farmgas replied to farmgas's discussion 'Surging Natural Gas Prices'
"The use of meters and other types of gas measurement instruments will always have a degree of accuracy in + - ranges.  Sometimes the measurements might favor the landowner and another time might favor the gas company.  That would be…"
Wednesday
Ralph cramdon replied to farmgas's discussion 'Surging Natural Gas Prices'
"I am hardly an expert on this subject ... I would ASSUME there is a meter at the well site or at the site where pipelines join ... Is that meter honest ? Is it regulated by the State ?   I have only been to a few well sites , none of which…"
Wednesday
paleface replied to farmgas's discussion 'Surging Natural Gas Prices'
"I think Seneca sells to themselves."
May 10
Ralph cramdon replied to farmgas's discussion 'Surging Natural Gas Prices'
"One outfit I have owned in the past , NRT , based out of Germany , hires an agent based in Europe to watch for its Royalty interests "
May 10
farmgas replied to farmgas's discussion 'Surging Natural Gas Prices'
"I`m not suggesting gas companies are being dishonest in their relationship with landowners regarding the gas price used for royalties but it just doesn`t seem transparent how they arrive at a price.  It is their business I suppose but isn`t it…"
May 10
Ralph cramdon replied to farmgas's discussion 'Surging Natural Gas Prices'
"Totally agree Paleface , but its my 'hope' that Lindley is far enough away from the action in Tioga ......"
May 10
paleface replied to farmgas's discussion 'Surging Natural Gas Prices'
" Ralph,the fault lines between the drilled units helps them communicate."
May 10
Ralph cramdon replied to farmgas's discussion 'Surging Natural Gas Prices'
"Good question Farmgas , as an Investor not an owner , I await an answer as well .... As an aside , my closest gas property to PA is in Lindley NY , my Wife insists that those wells in Northern  Tioga PA are draining  / stealing our gas in…"
May 10
farmgas replied to farmgas's discussion 'Surging Natural Gas Prices'
"Without having the ability to conduct an audit of the gas company, how does a landowner know for certain what price the gas company is actually paying for NG?  "
May 9
Deb Reynolds replied to farmgas's discussion 'Surging Natural Gas Prices'
"Wow, Paleface, that's quite a difference, thanks for sharing.  Why's there no reply on your messages? "
May 9
paleface replied to farmgas's discussion 'Surging Natural Gas Prices'
"February, CHK paid $6.34 in Bradford Co. Seneca paid $4.04 in western Tioga."
May 9

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Marcellus, Utica

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Where do we go from here??

Posted on September 25, 2018 at 5:06pm 1 Comment

Has the natural gas industry peaked or is it just holding until conditions change?  What are those conditions that can surge the industry again?  Are we just at a point where the initial positioning for market share, core area location and infrastructure availability has stabilized the industry for a slow but steady future approach for development?  There just doesn`t seem to be big news anymore!  When might we see another surge or maybe not?

Where do we go from here?

Posted on September 25, 2018 at 8:57am 0 Comments

Has the natural gas industry peaked or is it just holding until conditions change?   What are those conditions that can surge this industry again?  Are we just at a point where the initial positioning for market share, core area location and infrastructure availability has stabilized the industry for a slow but steady approach for further development?   There just doesn`t seem to be big news anymore!   When might we see another surge or maybe not?

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At 7:10pm on March 6, 2014, lettijack said…
I may have assumed wrong then?? Well we can still share information pertaining to consols operations and plans I guess.
At 6:07pm on March 6, 2014, lettijack said…

farmgas,

I'm still in negotiations mode so i try to say the minimum on the open discussion pages incase any consol Landmen are active on GMS.  

I did see they permitted some wells in Indiana county last year and i bet those wells are within a stone's throw of the TL-474 Transmission line.  if you want to keep tabs on the wells around beaver run check out MAWC.com and then click on the marcellus tab.

Do you know the terms of any gas leases they have signed around you?

 
 
 

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