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CNX Resources 1Q2019 Report

Started this discussion. Last reply by Old Timer May 1. 1 Reply

After reading the report everything sounds like CNX is building their foundation for solid Utica growth.   Sounds like a good plan.   The Shaw well problems seem to be resolved positively too.  Any…Continue

Where is the EQT and Rice dispute heading?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bullfrex yesterday. 33 Replies

Where is this dispute heading?   What is the impact to current operations?   Will it affect their ability to attract investors?   How will it affect their competitiveness in the Appalachian Basin in…Continue

Switching from Marcellus to a Utica well

Started this discussion. Last reply by william Allen. Ladd Apr 5. 9 Replies

Can a Marcellus Shale well previously drilled to the kick-off point and then later plugged be converted to a new Utica well?   Is everything the same from the surface down to kick-off points in a…Continue

What`s happening to the NG price?

Started this discussion. Last reply by jason irvine Oct 10, 2018. 7 Replies

What`s causing the NG price to jump ahead?   Will this be sustained throughout the upcoming winter and beyond?Continue

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farmgas replied to Old Timer's discussion 'CONVERSATIONS'
"How do most gas companies handle lease negotiations?  Do they have their own land departments or do they hire out independent companies to represent them?   How about CNX Resources, which do they use?"
4 hours ago
Bullfrex replied to farmgas's discussion 'Where is the EQT and Rice dispute heading?'
"If it is true, and the producer only 'pays for horizontals that go under our acres', then it would be net beneficial for you. The amount of acres in the PU would be at a minimum, and your share would comprise a larger %. I don't see…"
yesterday
farmgas replied to Old Timer's discussion 'CONVERSATIONS'
"Was CX Energy once affiliated with the CNX Resources company?"
yesterday
Jeff Kerr replied to farmgas's discussion 'Where is the EQT and Rice dispute heading?'
"All I know is he said they were NOT with CNX Its CX Energy a spin off Co. "
yesterday
farmgas replied to Old Timer's discussion 'CONVERSATIONS'
"Thanks Carp"
yesterday
farmgas replied to Old Timer's discussion 'CONVERSATIONS'
"Anyone know anything about CX Energy?   Who are they, and do they work for gas companies for leasing gas rights?  "
yesterday
farmgas replied to farmgas's discussion 'Where is the EQT and Rice dispute heading?'
"What do you mean CX Energy is a split of CNX?   Are you saying their former employees work for CX Energy?   Is CX Energy a spin off from CNX?  "
yesterday
Jeff Kerr replied to farmgas's discussion 'Where is the EQT and Rice dispute heading?'
"waiting for it the DO as we speak as to what the Attny. said. 3 to 4 weeks ??  And no we don't know any of the others in the unit"
yesterday
Jeff Kerr replied to farmgas's discussion 'Where is the EQT and Rice dispute heading?'
"no cx energy a split of cnx I spoke with a Atty. Zachary Cecchetti he finds buyers if your wanting to buy or sell. I am just testing the water as a option He works for 10 % of the deal. CX Energy was putting it on "
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Jeff Kerr replied to farmgas's discussion 'Where is the EQT and Rice dispute heading?'
"The Man we spoke with said Dragon Chan should be ready soon to look for D-O to come. and yes we seen a overlay of the prop.  waiting to see what comes next. He said that the horizontals would only pay what go's under uor acres. showed 2…"
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farmgas replied to farmgas's discussion 'Where is the EQT and Rice dispute heading?'
"If you are referring to CNX Resources, how are they to work with?   Any problems?"
yesterday
Jeff Kerr replied to farmgas's discussion 'Where is the EQT and Rice dispute heading?'
"bullfrex I am in Ohio We have a farm in PA We went to a cx energy meeting in Waynesburg and talked to them Getting close to retirement checking all my options   "
yesterday
Bullfrex replied to farmgas's discussion 'Where is the EQT and Rice dispute heading?'
"So I am confused....in your post immediately below, it looks like you are in PA....is that not the case?  "are aprox 41 well permits in Springhill TWP. Greene CO. PA" I am not well versed in OH gas, so I apologize for giving bad info."
yesterday
Bullfrex replied to farmgas's discussion 'Where is the EQT and Rice dispute heading?'
"Jeff, If you have acreage in the Production Unit, I do not see how they can exclude you from being paid royalties, whether the well goes under your acreage or not. Have you seen a well plat, which shows the direction of the well(s) overlaid…"
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Jeff Kerr replied to farmgas's discussion 'Where is the EQT and Rice dispute heading?'
"I am in Ohio also "
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Jeff Kerr replied to farmgas's discussion 'Where is the EQT and Rice dispute heading?'
"Bullfrex I spoke to a Attn. in Waynesburg Pa Yesterday and he told me EQT was doing this He and I just agreed that this is wrong. the p-u is a whole how can they determined who's gas is who's  //  I think its a way to rip the…"
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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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Forgotten Men and Women of Canadian Energy Industry Protest

Posted by Thomas J Shepstone on January 4, 2019 at 10:37am 0 Comments

The forgotten men and women of the Canadian energy industry are mad as hell and not taking it anymore. They’re protesting in their trucks and it’s spreading.

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