COLUMBIANA COUNTY BRINKER STORAGE FIELD

Has anyone else received a defect notice from Chesapeake or ALOV because of the Brinker underground storage field??

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Comment by Fred Nietz on August 31, 2012 at 3:46pm

A map of the Brinker Storage Field is available through the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ("FERC"). Columbia Gas had to provide a map that delineates the storage field's outline to FERC when it applied for its "Certificate of Necessity and Public Convenience," which document provides Columbia Gas with its eminent domain power for storage easements or storage leases. However,  getting a copy of the map is not as simple as searching FERC's elibrary or calling it's helpline. The map is considered privileged information, and one must complete and submit a formal request: Critical Energy Infrastructure Information ("CEII") or  Freedom of Information Act ("FOIA"). Either can be filled out electronically here: http://www.ferc.gov/legal/ceii-foia.asp

 

Also, keep in mind that most of the Binker leases either do not contain a unitization provision or the provision does not provide the lessee with enough acreage to effectively develop the Utica. Therefore, before Columbia and Hilcorp begin developing their Brinker leaseholds, they will need the landowner's consent. Please bind together and demand to be reasonably compensated.

Comment by Split Rail on March 22, 2012 at 2:20pm

Has anyone found out how you get a map of the area of this storage field (Brinker)?

Comment by lisa on March 2, 2012 at 1:05pm

 i am interested in any info about brinker storage field. my property seems to be in it. how do i get a copy of the lease from columbia gas and an accurate map to make sure my land is really in it.  anyone have any ideas. I am located off of bell rd lisbon oh. has anyone gotten out of brinker storage field

Comment by Doulittle on February 24, 2012 at 6:06am

Dave F, I just responded with a post. You can email reply to me at doulittle@gmail.com . Later...

Comment by Doulittle on February 24, 2012 at 5:58am

I have not, but interesting dilemma. I am familiar with the Brinker formation

On what road is your property located? How many acres do you have?

Does your property have any previous lease restriction recorded in favor of a gas or transmission company who utilize the Brinker storage formation? It would seem logical that there would be some requirement to alert/compensate for utilizing that formation area; but such an agreement should not necessarily prevent one from leasing formations beneath it.

I will be interested to see your reply.  

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