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Rex Energy One Well Producing Two Layers

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jon May 22, 2016. 62 Replies

See attached jpg of Rex Harvey 3H.  This well is in Penn Township Butler County, Pa.  The well pad location is behind the Gumto Greenhouse on Meridian Road.  This well is producing at somewhat less…Continue

Rex Update July 8, 2015

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mike Murphy Jul 13, 2015. 3 Replies

Rex Updatehttp://ir.rexenergycorp.com/releasedetail.cfm?ReleaseID=921085The Harvey wells in Butler County, PA were drilled…Continue

Northern Utica Action

Started this discussion. Last reply by Philip Thackray Mar 6, 2015. 1 Reply

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Jon replied to Philip Thackray's discussion 'Rex Energy One Well Producing Two Layers'
"Does anyone know if there have been any new presentations from rex lately?"
May 22, 2016
Joseph-Ohio replied to Philip Thackray's discussion 'Rex Energy One Well Producing Two Layers'
"Bluflame, Write when you can. Standing by."
May 14, 2016
Bluflame replied to Philip Thackray's discussion 'Rex Energy One Well Producing Two Layers'
"J-O, To be honest, I cannot recall the exact language of the Pugh clauses in my lease. I'm out of town right now (in San Diego, 75 degrees, sunshine) and will re-read the language when I return next week. BluFlame"
May 14, 2016
Joseph-Ohio replied to Philip Thackray's discussion 'Rex Energy One Well Producing Two Layers'
"Blu', Thinking and considering your lease to be 'strata specific' and also thinking that the lateral / horizontal traverses your Point Pleasant member of the Utica (which is probably no more than 100' thick and at the base of…"
May 14, 2016
Bluflame replied to Philip Thackray's discussion 'Rex Energy One Well Producing Two Layers'
"J-O,   Yes, my lease is strata-specific. Wells drilled to tap other strata are theoretically feasible. But I'm not holding my breath waiting for it to happen. My grandchildren may benefit some day. BluFlame"
May 14, 2016
Joseph-Ohio replied to Philip Thackray's discussion 'Rex Energy One Well Producing Two Layers'
"Probably in order to cover all the bases the lease would be better written specifying a sign on bonus / up front delay rental payment paid for each strata a lateral would drain / assist draining and a other for each lateral developed regardless of…"
May 14, 2016
Joseph-Ohio replied to Philip Thackray's discussion 'Rex Energy One Well Producing Two Layers'
"Blu', Myself, even less knowledgeable about the other strata, and that's for sure - but, your lease sounds like it has you protected; and (just so supposing) the single vertical with multiple (stacked) horizontals (connecting multiple…"
May 13, 2016
Bluflame replied to Philip Thackray's discussion 'Rex Energy One Well Producing Two Layers'
"J-O, I must plead ignorance to the other strata. Bluflame"
May 13, 2016
Joseph-Ohio replied to Philip Thackray's discussion 'Rex Energy One Well Producing Two Layers'
"Blu', Considering it's 300'-350' thickness renders the Utica Point Pleasant too thin for stacking verticals within, there would be all the producible intervals above and below to consider (for instance the Lexington / Trenton…"
May 12, 2016
Joseph-Ohio replied to Philip Thackray's discussion 'Rex Energy One Well Producing Two Layers'
"Noticing some (what I perceive to be minor) variance between the West Virginia University Study and ODNR's. For one thing, the WVU Study appears to plot the Utica a few hundred feet shallower than does ODNR's."
May 12, 2016
Coffeeguyzz replied to Philip Thackray's discussion 'Rex Energy One Well Producing Two Layers'
"Blu/JO A year ago, the West Virginia University folks published a 200 page analysis of the Utica. It is EXTREMELY detailed and 'rock wonky', but it is the most current, authoritative source for just what you all have under your feet back…"
May 11, 2016
Joseph-Ohio replied to Philip Thackray's discussion 'Rex Energy One Well Producing Two Layers'
"Thought I read on here in another and earlier post that they were installing them closer together (remembering here right now the distance 300' apart) but I certainly could be mis-remembering. Don't know (wouldn't have thought /…"
May 11, 2016
Bluflame replied to Philip Thackray's discussion 'Rex Energy One Well Producing Two Layers'
"J-O,      Utica laterals are spaced at an absolute minimum horizontally 500' apart. There are many opinions that this is too close, causing "interference" between the laterals. Most of the Utica drillers prefer…"
May 11, 2016
Joseph-Ohio replied to Philip Thackray's discussion 'Rex Energy One Well Producing Two Layers'
"Blu., In your considered opinion, how does a Utica thickness of about 350', at a top depth of about 5500' (putting the bottom of the Point Pleasant at about 5850' with it being about 100' thick) stack up. To me sounds like a lot…"
May 11, 2016
Joseph-Ohio replied to Philip Thackray's discussion 'Rex Energy One Well Producing Two Layers'
"That was 'roadbuilder' a few replies above. He should be happy reading what you posted in your reply. Insufficient drilling to know enough about the variables in our geography as well I'm thinking (actually as I have been thinking for…"
May 11, 2016
Bluflame replied to Philip Thackray's discussion 'Rex Energy One Well Producing Two Layers'
"J-O, Someone on this thread mentioned the Rogersville Shale located in Kentucky. It may be a better candidate for stacked strata laterals, since the strata thickness is 800 ft in some places. Comparatively, the Utica/Marcellus is ~300 ft at its…"
May 11, 2016

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Greetings to you as well Philip and much luck in all your endeavors.

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FERC to Constitution Pipeline: A Year Means A Year, You Shoulda Fought

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Sadly, FERC has once again refused to help Constitution Pipeline avoid the consequences of letting itself to be double-crossed by Gov. Andrew Corruptocrat.

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