Anyone come across a case where a preliminary well plat (prior to drilling) shows a gas company has intentionally built a horizontal curve into a lateral with the goal of bending around an unleased…Continue
"So how about if you were a senior executive at CNX and are now confronted by the huge decision whether to roll the dice and attempt to frack the 3 other wells (assuming Harpo's comment is confirmed and the pipe/annular concrete is suspect on…"
"Thank you for sharing Nancy. I'm just trying to get an picture of what CNX is selling their gas for. Are you in a net lease or gross lease or are these sales prices irrespective of net or gross. Thanks."
"My checkstub information does not have a straightforward price but I am given my "owner vol" and "owner gross" and it varies from $2.05 to $2.50 for the last few months. Hope that helps. Ritchie County WV"
"I've enjoyed following the discussion today and wish to add a few details since I own property very near to the Gaut well and do follow things closely around there. While I've held reservations over the strategic planning (or lack…"
I believe Consol is planning on further delineating the northern most reaches of the "core" Utica using the Marchand Pad. I've attached a recent document depicting the location and direction of this proposed Utica well.…"
"And another piece of the Utica puzzle falls into place around SW PA. Seemingly good production numbers from Green County and now this post about Butler County. Next up, to my knowledge, is a well in Westmoreland CO where CNX has started…"
"Robinhood,I'm sorry but you lost me as I read your previous post. Are you saying a landowner changed their mind on signing a lease and thereby precipitated Consol or EXCO not to drill laterals in your direction?
Was this property in the middle…"
"lettijack....this is great information! Do you know when it was published? How current is it? I think some of the pad locations reflect current Consol permits in our area.
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