"Murphy's Law applies to working in the Oil Field "Anything that can go wrong will go wrong". If what I was told is true the threaded 5.5" casing split/ruptured at approximately 2000' feet.The combination of…"
"In the South Bend Storage , Plumcreek Twp., from a EQT well Top of Marcellus 7150', Bottom 7233'.
In the Oakford Storage , APEX well Top of Marcellus 7746' , bottom 7953', the Utica is about 13,000' plus/minus .
"The South Bend Storage Field mostly in Southern Armstrong Co, and a little in Indiana Co, is in the 100" Foot Sand which is approximately 1500' and the Oakford Storage Field is in the Murrysville Sand which is approximately 2200'.…"
"Infinity etal are subject to the terms & conditions contained in the Farmout Agreements granted by Dominion. There is a time limit to drill & complete wells, failure to do so and rights granted revert back to Dominion. Most of the acreage…"
"Armstrong Co. Deed Records does not have a free online search site, as does Indiana Co. And I do not believe Jefferson Co does either. You must physically go to the court houses and research their records. It appears Infinity is a new start up…"
"Infinity Natural Resources, LLC, et al, has acquired the Marcellus & Utica Shale Exploration rights from Dominion Energy Transmission within their South Bend Gas Storage Field located in southern Armstrong & Indiana Counties. Memorandum of…"
""Step-out" well being an exploratory test well drilled away from proven "Utica" production. I have no idea what production facilities and or pipeline pressures are located on the Marchand Pad. If they are moving dirt on the…"
"The Marchand well was a major "step-out" well to delineate CNX Utica acreage on strike from their very good Utica wells near Beaver Run Reservoir, the Gaut & Aikens wells. Future production data from the Marchand well will ultimately…"
"I own some property with O & G rights in the county and follow activity within same. I am not aware of what is happening with the XTO Winslow well in Jefferson Co. I attached the well permit
CNX is flaring the Marchand Well again. Last several…"
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