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Coffeeguyzz replied to deutchen's discussion 'drilling under interstate highways'
"Pennsylvania and Ohio both (along with several local goverment agencies) are losing a FORTUNE by not actively  engaging with operators and extracting hydrocarbons beneath publicly owned land. Allegheny airport is undertaking a 1 BILLION dollar…"
37 minutes ago
Coffeeguyzz replied to Paul Heckbert's discussion 'solar+batteries starting to beat gas'
"Bullfrex To further this train of comparison, take that idiotic offshore wind project off Massachusetts - Vineyard Wind. Nameplate capacity of 800 Megawatts translates into 320 Mw "real world" juice as the capacity factor is 40% (precisely…"
May 16
Coffeeguyzz promoted countrygirl's discussion Is Ascent still leasing.....
Feb 14
Coffeeguyzz replied to rob's discussion 'Indiana County Marchand Unit'
"Farmgas  The Marchand well is flowing a consistent 5 MMcfd+ on obviously restricted choke for several months now. I do not know what CNX is up to, but you may want to know that XTO (Exxon), Chevron, Huntley & Huntley,  and CNX have…"
Jan 21
Coffeeguyzz replied to farmgas's discussion 'Switching from Marcellus to a Utica well'
"And just as a quick PS regarding Utica wells, XTO (Exxon), Chevron, and even Chesapeake have taken out very recent permits targeting the Utica/Point Pleasant formations. There is a GREAT deal of anticipation regarding future Utica potential, but…"
Dec 24, 2018
Coffeeguyzz replied to farmgas's discussion 'Switching from Marcellus to a Utica well'
"I do not think it is possible for several reasons, the pressure differential between Utica and Marcellus wells being just one. Think of a long metal straw going down from the surface 8,000 feet to a Marcellus well. The entire hardware must be able…"
Dec 24, 2018
Coffeeguyzz replied to deutchen's discussion 'Drilling under the interstate'
"If government entities, for example Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Ohio or Pennsylvania were ever to embrace hydrocarbon development under their lands, the economic windfall could be astronomical. Dedicating royalty revenues for items such as…"
Dec 8, 2018
Coffeeguyzz replied to carp's discussion 'Northwest to southeast'
"And, yes, in case I wasn't clear, the pads will have wells going in both directions as long as the designated Drilling Unit - or Pennsylvania's equivalent - will enable it to be done."
Nov 30, 2018
Coffeeguyzz replied to carp's discussion 'Northwest to southeast'
"Carp Without going "too far out into the weeds" on this, there is a process called 'zipper frac' wherein alternating stages from adjacent wells are frac'd one after the other. The elevated induced pressure underground…"
Nov 30, 2018
Coffeeguyzz replied to carp's discussion 'Northwest to southeast'
"Carp Almost all shale plays have a predominant direction in which the naturally occurring fissures exist or are deemed to form under elevated (fracturing) pressure. Operators try to intersect these fissures at a 90 degree angle to maximize the…"
Nov 29, 2018
Coffeeguyzz replied to carp's discussion 'Genesee Shale'
"OT Financial constraints will pretty much always be present in this capital intensive industry. The well run operators stand to do VERY well, even if it means gobbling up weaker competitors. The gas - as opposed to oil - focused operators are…"
Nov 28, 2018
Coffeeguyzz replied to carp's discussion 'Genesee Shale'
"I learn easily as much as I provide, carp. You local folks can be an incredible source of onsite/current information, and I greatly appreciate what you all collectively share. From a slightly different, expanded view, you all - specifically this…"
Nov 27, 2018
Coffeeguyzz replied to ADMIN_Annafaith Mauck's discussion 'Halliburton, Schlumberger CEOs think Shale surges in 2019'
"The buildout of new pipelines from the Permian guarantees a huge increase in oil output in 2019/2020. The large amounts of associated gas will be a daunting market competitor for Appalachian Basin output as the gas is a mere byproduct from the more…"
Nov 27, 2018
Coffeeguyzz replied to carp's discussion 'Genesee Shale'
"There are 175 permitted wells in Greene county targeting the Genesee with 28 producing. The Genesee, along with the Geneseo, Burket, Rhinestreet and Middlesex are all part of the Upper Devonian group and are completely distinct from the Marcellus.…"
Nov 25, 2018
Coffeeguyzz replied to Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)'s discussion 'Big Changes Ahead - Please Read'
"Best wishes to you and yours, Mr. Mauck. This excellent site offers a great learning experience to a global audience. Offering my heartfelt congrats to you, Ms. Mauck, as you take over the reins."
Nov 11, 2018
Coffeeguyzz replied to james's discussion 'Natural Gas up another 5% today, trading at $3.71, hit $3.81 for high.'
"Those arctic blasts, Mr. Russell, may help you folks in more ways than you can imagine. The New England electricity situation - supply wise - is extremely precarious and highly weather dependent, specifically in extended cold snaps. The point to…"
Nov 11, 2018

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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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