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Production Map - Q2, 2016 Utica Wells

Started Sep 19, 2016 0 Replies

Spent some time over the weekend updating maps. Of most interest to this group:Map of Wells and Production from Q2, 2016 ODNR…Continue

Map of top oil producers in 2015 - Utica Shale with data by quarter

Started this discussion. Last reply by Greg B Apr 5, 2016. 8 Replies

Got around to generating some new maps. Merged production data for all 2015.Click on symbols and well paths for oil production data by quarter.…Continue

Tags: 2015, Production, Shale, Utica

Utica Shale Ohio Map with Filters

Started this discussion. Last reply by fandango Jul 27, 2015. 1 Reply

All, apologies, have been a bit behind updating maps.Just posted a link to one of my favorites: uses the latest Ohio DNR report from July 18. Use the blue filter tab to easily build any filter…Continue

How long are permits usually good for

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alan Bowers Jan 5, 2015. 9 Replies

I was looking at the number of permits issued in Ohio's Utica Shale for the week of Dec 14-20 (37 permits issued) and I am wondering how long operators have to drill the wells. What are the standard…Continue

Tags: contracts, permits

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Born and raised in Western PA, became a Geologist, now living in Houston TX, make it back to PA often.
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Pennsylvania, Ohio
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At 9:31am on September 5, 2014, Al Cramblett said…

Greg, thanks for providing the Harrison County Utica shale analysis. Despite the density of Wells, I was actually able to find the production data for my wells – good job. Since you're a geologist, I'd like to ask a question. If one has 3-D seismic data, how large an area would one have to be looking at to make a determination of the productive layers beneath the property? Specifically, can one determine the productivity for a 100 acre parcel only looking at 3-D data for 100 acre parcel or must one be able to also look at several hundred of the adjoining acres? Thanks again for your time and helping to educate landowners.

At 2:52pm on June 14, 2010, Keith Mauck (Site Publisher) said…
I wanted to officially welcome you to the site! isn't just a website - it's a network with tools that allow us to fully share our experiences in the Marcellus. Please be sure to fully check the site out. Be sure to note the following:

1. County Groups - Here you can connect with others in your neck of the woods.

2. Discussion Forum - Here you can take part in general discussions on the play.

3. Photos - Get a feel for the play with member generated photos and upload your own.

4. Videos - Check these out

5. Mineral Lease Offers - Track recent offers or add an offer to our excel spreadsheet.

6. Blogs - Add a blog and let us know what you think or share some of your expertise.

Great to have you on board and I hope this is a place you can jump right in and contribute. Have fun "shaling."


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