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Can property be in more than one Unit? Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, PA

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bullfrex Mar 28. 8 Replies

We have currently been under production since 2013 with 3-horizontal wells that cross under our farm. We were recently notified that there is another well pad that has been completed and the drilling…Continue

Reclamation question

Started this discussion. Last reply by Scott Wilcox May 16, 2015. 4 Replies

We had 6 acres leased by drilling company for a neighboring well and the reclamation work was begun in the fall/winter of 2013 by KINGS EXCAVATING of Fayette County, PA. Needless to say, the…Continue

Chevron royalty payments are coming in......

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mary Dec 9, 2014. 2 Replies

Just received our statement yesterday for September 2014 and found that the 'price paid' is only $2.13. Just in April, the 'price paid' was $4.29. I notice that the production is down slightly but…Continue

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Chevron expenses deducted from royalty

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jack Straw Oct 21, 2014. 1 Reply

Here in Westmoreland County, PA, we are getting 15% royalty from the dry natural gas but Chevron deducts 16% giving us just above the 12.5% minimum required royalty (Actually comes out to 12.6% after…Continue

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Bullfrex replied to Mary's discussion 'Can property be in more than one Unit? Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, PA'
"Thank You LewPa and BW! This all makes perfect sense, and one of my 'burning questions of gas life' has been answered!! Um....that's natural gas....the other, I all too well understand!"
Mar 28
BW_Appalachia replied to Mary's discussion 'Can property be in more than one Unit? Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, PA'
"Thanks, LewPa/Bullfrex, That is a perfect example. If you think about the purpose and intent of unitization, it is to prevent waste and incentive efficient development. If you couldn't differentiate units by producing formation, a lot of…"
Mar 28
LewPa replied to Mary's discussion 'Can property be in more than one Unit? Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, PA'
"Bullfrex, 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…"
Mar 28
Bullfrex replied to Mary's discussion 'Can property be in more than one Unit? Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, PA'
"BW, That is a question for which I had not found the answer. Thank you for your input. It seemed reasonable that different target formations could have overlapping yet different Production Units, but I wasn't certain of the legalities."
Mar 28
BW_Appalachia replied to Mary's discussion 'Can property be in more than one Unit? Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, PA'
"Mary,  You can look up on the plat fairly easily on the PA DEP site. You should be able to see from there if they are actually including your property in the unit or not. You should also be able to see the prospective producing formation on…"
Mar 28
Mary replied to Mary's discussion 'Can property be in more than one Unit? Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, PA'
"Thank you J.K. and Bullfrex....we have a call into a Oil & Gas Attorney. Yes, both the existing Unit we are in and the proposed unit is with Chevron. I'm not heard of the 330' setup although I've not looked into anything since we…"
Mar 27
Bullfrex replied to Mary's discussion 'Can property be in more than one Unit? Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, PA'
"So I am a bit confused, are both the existing unit and the proposed unit being developed by Chevron? I can't imagine a scenario where you would be included in both units, especially if there are different producers for each unit. There is a…"
Mar 27
JK replied to Mary's discussion 'Can property be in more than one Unit? Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, PA'
"Time for a good O&G attorney. I do not take any rep's word for anything. PERIOD One thing I did was contact the DEP Chief and get the plats for all of the wells. They will send them to you. That is your definite proof. You can do this…"
Mar 27
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Can property be in more than one Unit? Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, PA

We have currently been under production since 2013 with 3-horizontal wells that cross under our farm. We were recently notified that there is another well pad that has been completed and the drilling will soon begin for five horizontals located just about two miles away. Chevron sent a map asking us to identify "any active, inactive, abandoned, orphan or plugged oil/gas wells that are on our property". According to the Chevron map provided, the bore ends right on our property boundary line (not…See More
Mar 27

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At 6:42am on January 15, 2014, scott m said…

Good morning Mary my name is Scott from Elizabeth Twp. Pa. Started on this site just yesterday as our farm is part of a 332 acre unit, a four arm lateral with the well head placed on my part which is 55 acres is to happen in the not too distant future, we are most blessed and are looking forward to the good we can do to help a lot of folks. If there is any insight you or others can provide, please do not hesitate. My best, Scott 

 
 
 

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