In Butler Co, PA, Rex Energy drilled the Burkett formation and the Marcellus formation years ago from the same pad. Burkett is above the Marcellus. I 'm in different units that correspond to the different layers of these…"
Got my notice from Christopher Hann from Rex at 11:21 this morning with link to energylink.com for this month's royalty payment. Then energylink sent a notice at 8:47 this evening. Amount looks normal just a day late. Good luck to all of…"
Rex just filed for bankruptcy May 18th, holdings up for sale, things will be tied up in court for quite a while, probably aren't going to do much new drilling. I did get my royalties on time as usual on May 25th. Time will tell! "
What does your lease say about the size limit? If your lease has 640 for the limit, and they want you to alter it to the larger size, then you have some leverage to add things to your lease to make it better!! No surface clause, higher…"
I have property in Butler County,Pa that is in two different units with Rex Energy. One unit is drilled in the Burkett formation and the other unit is drilled into the Marcellus formation. Both share some of the same acreage and get…"
I went thru something similar years ago to what you're saying. Rex Energy wanted to change my lease unit size from 640 to 1280 acres. This is after they drilled a lateral under my property from a pad on an adjoining property. That…"
This guy's a flake, tried to run for County Commissioner, voters showed what they thought of him! Spews contant lies and half truthes about drilling. Looks to me like hardly any of the signatures are from Butler Co or maybe that wasn't…"
That's not exactly true, it depends on how your lease reads. I had a old boiler plate lease of two pages and Rex put 33 of my 45 acres into a unit. The lease expired and they lost the acerage that wasn't included…"
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