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Well and infrastructure disturbance

Started this discussion. Last reply by catt Sep 7, 2014. 6 Replies

For those of you who have wells and pipelines going through your property (or very close to), can you describe the disruption to your life?  I'm interested in the problems with truck traffic, road…Continue

Survey Flags

Started this discussion. Last reply by Angela Smith Jun 18, 2014. 4 Replies

Our land was leased over a year ago and a well pad is being planned on a neighboring property.  Recently we noticed blue flags in some of our trees in the woods.  Does anyone know what these flags…Continue

Valuing Mineral Rights for Transfer to LLC

Started this discussion. Last reply by Angela Smith Feb 14, 2012. 2 Replies

What is the current thinking about establishing a valuation of mineral rights, presently unleased, prior to transferring them to an LLC or LFP?  I tried calling several companies who advertise their…Continue

Impact of recent economic turmoil

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Litwinowicz Aug 10, 2011. 7 Replies

How will the very recent decline in oil and gas prices, along with greater fears of a recession, impact the development of the utica in Ohio?  Will leasing activity be "put on hold" or will signing…Continue

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What is your role?
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What shale plays do you follow?
Marcellus, Utica

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At 9:34am on March 25, 2014, dan l said…
Hi Angela, are you interested in selling your minerals? I'd be glad to answer any questions you may have. Thanks!
At 11:31am on July 28, 2011, william said…

My property is in Harrison county which has been getting a lot of interest lately. One note of interest, I discovered that a company does not require 640 acres to drill. O/G companies have been known to drill on plats as little as 40+ acres. Ideally you want 100% of your property on a drilling unit which is the smallest.

O/G want big units since it cost them less to drill more wells. If the area is loaded with minerals a company will be interested in drilling. This makes a case for signing with a smaller O/G company. However, there are risks with smaller companies as well.

At 8:45am on July 28, 2011, william said…
Hi Angela, Shaleguy did not respond. However, I have been getting a lot of interest from the different G/O companies. The price per acre is now $3700 with a 17.5% royalty. I guess it depends if they really want your property. Where is your property located?

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