Bought a farm in Scio two years ago. Signed with Cheasapeake last year. Have been contacted about a pipeline easement. Might be interested in joining a group that wishes to have a pipeline thru their property
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Good to know since Cardinal Gas didn't mention anything like that to us. We have the same situation with Kevin and Buddy using firewood to heat. Let me know what kind of response you get on your pipeline and I will let you know what the lawyer says when he is done reviewing.
Well shoot, that is a little later than we had hoped but it will go fast once they get started.
Good luck with the pipeline contract, is the 25 for the first pipeline and then 10 for any subsequent ones?
I thought they would pay to have the lumber harvested and then give you the lumber? That is what CHK did at least. My cousin on Lightner Ridge said they are starting her pipeline construction this week, it is the line that goes to the plant, not a gathering line like we are negotiating. Her house is across the road from Rensi and they are going to put a well on her land as well.
I've ordered a copy of the plat map for the area to try to get a better idea of how the production units are going to be layed out in Stock Twp. From what I can determine, there will be 3 wells right around us. KLODT, DODSON, and your well. I would like to figure out how many 640 vs 1280 they are planning.
My family owns the Dodson property but we don't live there, just go down on weekends to garden, etc. We are fortunate to have 2 tenents on the property and my biggest concern is the noise and inconvenience to them during drilling. We too have been approached about changing our current 640 acre lease to a 1280 so we can be included in the KLODT well unit. That isn't you is it?
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