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What`s happening to the NG price?

Started this discussion. Last reply by jason irvine Oct 10. 7 Replies

What`s causing the NG price to jump ahead?   Will this be sustained throughout the upcoming winter and beyond?Continue

Where do we go from here?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Albert Russell Oct 8. 9 Replies

Has the natural gas industry peaked or is it just holding until conditions change?   What are those conditions that can surge the industry again?  Are we just at a point where the initial positioning…Continue

Marcellus/Utica Shale Gas Prospects in Central PA

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Perotto Jul 2. 6 Replies

With all the discussions about drilling in Central PA, how are the  major companies now looking at those prospects?  How will CNX, XTO, EQT and Seneca Resources advance forward developing their…Continue

Diversified Gas & Oil Information

Started this discussion. Last reply by BW_Appalachia Apr 17. 16 Replies

Anyone have information about or experience with Diversified Gas & Oil and how they operate?   I have read a recent article about their purchasing conventional wells from Alliance Petroleum and…Continue

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farmgas replied to james's discussion 'Wow! Natural Gas up to $4.63, up 13% today, hit high of $4.93'
"My thoughts as well...so the increase is great for the industry but we must see it for an indicator of improvement only right now. I suspect the seller of gas to commercial & residential markets are happy!"
Thursday
farmgas replied to james's discussion 'Wow! Natural Gas up to $4.63, up 13% today, hit high of $4.93'
"How does the NG price increase affect those gas companies who have committed hedge prices  from their customers and have those prices  worked into their plans?    Do they renegotiate with them for higher prices?   What if…"
Thursday
Old Timer replied to farmgas's discussion 'XTO Energy -Winslow 6HU Well'
"that pad shows 3 plugged. 2 on but production declined."
Oct 22
farmgas replied to farmgas's discussion 'XTO Energy -Winslow 6HU Well'
"I don`t believe so.   I saw this notice for the CNX Nardell wells near Big Run in Jefferson County.   Hopefully this isn`t a precursor to plugging operations."
Oct 22
Old Timer replied to farmgas's discussion 'XTO Energy -Winslow 6HU Well'
"farmgas. is the well you refer to in your question drilled through a coal seam? alternate methane venting in that case is used along with different plugging around coal seam areas."
Oct 22
farmgas replied to farmgas's discussion 'XTO Energy -Winslow 6HU Well'
"OT - another question for you...what is meant by the PA DEP description, "Alt. Method of Equipping, Casing, or Venting Well"?   What would a gas company do to a well by applying for this permit?   Thanks"
Oct 21
Jonathan Blair promoted farmgas's discussion XTO Energy -Winslow 6HU Well
Oct 20
Old Timer replied to farmgas's discussion 'XTO Energy -Winslow 6HU Well'
"it would not be done. envision a horizontal layer of coal [ the seam]. same with shale layer containing natural gas. no sense digging anywhere except the "seam". the drill bore is like the tunnels to the producing "seam". digging…"
Oct 20
farmgas replied to farmgas's discussion 'XTO Energy -Winslow 6HU Well'
"Thanks OT, have you ever heard of a gas company experimenting with fracking the curve?   If so, what impact did it have on  well production or creation of problems?  "
Oct 20
Old Timer replied to farmgas's discussion 'XTO Energy -Winslow 6HU Well'
"had problems establishing kickoff of curve at verticle. lost some parts which were fished out. doesn't effect production. these things are very common and make interesting reading. each well has a story to tell. never frack a curve. this would…"
Oct 20
farmgas replied to farmgas's discussion 'XTO Energy -Winslow 6HU Well'
"Old Timer -  what problems did they have with the curve?  Have you ever heard of fracking the curve?  Could their problems with the curve have resulted in reduced production?"
Oct 19
Old Timer replied to farmgas's discussion 'XTO Energy -Winslow 6HU Well'
"Winslow 6HU looks like the only Utica well. 11972mcf av. 165days. compared to the first Marcellus wells on that pad, which are dismal, and the latest Marcellus results, not great. i would consider this Utica result encouraging for that area. build…"
Oct 19
Old Timer replied to farmgas's discussion 'XTO Energy -Winslow 6HU Well'
"Elk , Cameron and Mckean cos. have been Utica tested by Seneca. IP's are less than half N. central Tioga co. however Seneca owns the minerals by fee, which lowers their cost significantly. plus they have a dual overland water system for fresh…"
Oct 19
farmgas replied to farmgas's discussion 'XTO Energy -Winslow 6HU Well'
"What are realistic production volumes for north central PA Utica wells in Jefferson, Elk, Cameron & Clearfield counties?  I don`t suppose they will match SW & NE PA wells...."
Oct 18
farmgas replied to farmgas's discussion 'XTO Energy -Winslow 6HU Well'
"Several years ago a pipeline was built from the area near Winslow to the DTI pipeline near Big Run.   The pipeline crossed Rte. 119 over to the connection point with DTI off Lipp Road.  I think the pipe size was 10" or 12"…"
Oct 18
jason irvine replied to farmgas's discussion 'What`s happening to the NG price?'
"I think the price is increasing from several factors. Firstly their ngl storage is low and if the winter happens to be colder then a nice increase. But the possibility alone can get have a effect. There are always new infrasture coming on line which…"
Oct 10

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Where do we go from here??

Posted on September 25, 2018 at 5:06pm 1 Comment

Has the natural gas industry peaked or is it just holding until conditions change?  What are those conditions that can surge the industry again?  Are we just at a point where the initial positioning for market share, core area location and infrastructure availability has stabilized the industry for a slow but steady future approach for development?  There just doesn`t seem to be big news anymore!  When might we see another surge or maybe not?

Where do we go from here?

Posted on September 25, 2018 at 8:57am 0 Comments

Has the natural gas industry peaked or is it just holding until conditions change?   What are those conditions that can surge this industry again?  Are we just at a point where the initial positioning for market share, core area location and infrastructure availability has stabilized the industry for a slow but steady approach for further development?   There just doesn`t seem to be big news anymore!   When might we see another surge or maybe not?

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At 7:10pm on March 6, 2014, lettijack said…
I may have assumed wrong then?? Well we can still share information pertaining to consols operations and plans I guess.
At 6:07pm on March 6, 2014, lettijack said…

farmgas,

I'm still in negotiations mode so i try to say the minimum on the open discussion pages incase any consol Landmen are active on GMS.  

I did see they permitted some wells in Indiana county last year and i bet those wells are within a stone's throw of the TL-474 Transmission line.  if you want to keep tabs on the wells around beaver run check out MAWC.com and then click on the marcellus tab.

Do you know the terms of any gas leases they have signed around you?

 
 
 

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US Greenhouse Emissions Lowest Per Capita Since 1950, Thanks to Fracking

Posted by Thomas J Shepstone on November 14, 2018 at 11:44am 1 Comment

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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