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RGB replied to L. Gilmore's discussion 'Antero offering to buy mineral rights'
"Gilmore Just curious - how many net acres do you own?What's the mood in Tyler co? I"
Nov 3
RGB replied to L. Gilmore's discussion 'Antero offering to buy mineral rights'
"I'd call Pikewood Energy in Morgantown. I hear they have paid nearly $7,600/acre for 18% royalties with no fees and closings in under 20 days. Depends on what you're looking to achieve, though. "
Oct 27
RGB replied to Marci Feustel's discussion 'Sell or Lease' in the group Greene County, PA
"Marci:No operator will offer a 25% royalty rate on a lease, never. Unfortunately, this is not Texas or OK. However, with that being said, I have helped out with lease negotiations and purchase offers for folks like you. Truthfully, more people are…"
May 22
RGB and Ted J. C. are now friends
May 22
RGB replied to Dudley rainey's discussion 'Royalty deductions by EQT' in the group Greene County, PA
"any interest in selling? "
Nov 23, 2017

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What is your role?
Landowner, Gas Professional
Which state(s) are you following?
Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio
What shale plays do you follow?
Marcellus, Utica

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At 12:20pm on November 27, 2013, Chris Vaught said…

RGB, tried to call, but no answer.  Didn't leave a message.  I'll try back later.  Thanks!


At 7:45am on November 27, 2013, gidian gilmore said…

rgb hello where do live. and are u close to me? im in marion co. Harrison co border. rite on the line .  in hawksnest


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You won’t find “fracking” in this story but it’s why the US has been able to shift from coal to natural gas with much lower greenhouse gas emissions.

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