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Chesapeake's French Connection May be Coming to an End

Started this discussion. Last reply by John H Jun 2, 2014. 4 Replies

On November 4, 2011, Chesapeake announced a joint venture agreement whereby they agreed to sell part of its holdings in the Utica Shale for $2.3 B.  The announcement claimed that CHK would get $649 M…Continue

Hillcorp in Carroll county

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Can anyone confirm Hillcorp in Carroll county @ $6000 per acre?Continue

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John H replied to DESJR's discussion 'Utica\Point Pleasant-are they one and the same?'
"It may be helpful to visit OilPro.com to view my post entitled "Why the Pt. Pleasant is Key for Utica Production".  I hope you find it useful"
Sep 6, 2016
John H replied to DESJR's discussion 'Utica\Point Pleasant-are they one and the same?'
"It may be helpful to visit OilPro.com to view my post entitled "Why the Pt. Pleasant is Key for Utica Production".  I hope you find it useful"
Sep 6, 2016
JL commented on John H's blog post 'E&P Companies Like Ohio for More than Just Geological Reasons'
"Ohio already has a severance tax. They want to increase the tax."
May 29, 2015
A blog post by John H was featured

Alternate Fracking and Wastewater Treatment Methods

 In researching this subject, I discovered a January 16, 2011 article featured in OilOnLine which provides an interesting alternative to conventional fracking techniques.  Virginia based PDN Mountaineer, LLC announded that they have partnered with Utah based Purestream Technology in incorporating their Trilogy system to treat and purify wastewater from their Marcellus operations.  Purestream claims to be able to alleviate the environmental impact of hydraulic fracturing by evaporating produced…See More
Dec 8, 2014
A blog post by John H was featured

Understanding the Basics of Ohio Geology

The Trenton Limestone: The Trenton Limestone and accompanying Black River rocks are important in that they serve as the source for much or all hydrocarbon formation in the Appalachian basin. Generally speaking, the Trenton Limestone serves as a cap rock for the underlying Black River source rocks. Because it is not as thick here in Ohio, it has allowed hydrocarbons formed by the Black River group to migrate naturally into the Utica/Pt. Pleasant. To the East, in West Virginia and Pennsylvania,…See More
Dec 1, 2014
John H posted a blog post

Alternate Fracking and Wastewater Treatment Methods

 In researching this subject, I discovered a January 16, 2011 article featured in OilOnLine which provides an interesting alternative to conventional fracking techniques.  Virginia based PDN Mountaineer, LLC announded that they have partnered with Utah based Purestream Technology in incorporating their Trilogy system to treat and purify wastewater from their Marcellus operations.  Purestream claims to be able to alleviate the environmental impact of hydraulic fracturing by evaporating produced…See More
Nov 17, 2014
A blog post by John H was featured

Too Much Clay? Chill Out. Why Cryogenic Fracturing May Be the Answer

 Almost without exception, today’s shale wells are stimulated using water-based fracturing fluids (slickwater).  This technique is popular due to its ability to transport proppant effectively at a relatively inexpensive cost.  However, it is a magnet for criticism from environmentalists, who are concerned about the incredible volume of water needed as well as the resulting contaminated wastewater which must be treated and disposed of properly.   Water use is often cited as one of the primary…See More
Nov 4, 2014
John H posted a blog post

Too Much Clay? Chill Out. Why Cryogenic Fracturing May Be the Answer

 Almost without exception, today’s shale wells are stimulated using water-based fracturing fluids (slickwater).  This technique is popular due to its ability to transport proppant effectively at a relatively inexpensive cost.  However, it is a magnet for criticism from environmentalists, who are concerned about the incredible volume of water needed as well as the resulting contaminated wastewater which must be treated and disposed of properly.   Water use is often cited as one of the primary…See More
Nov 2, 2014
Tim commented on John H's blog post 'Why the Pt. Pleasant is Key to Utica Production'
"John, What information do you have on the Northern Utica across Mckean, Potter, and Tioga counties in PA?"
Oct 18, 2014
John H posted a blog post

Ohio's Triple Play?

As early as 2011, Range Resources CEO John Pinkerton was already being quoted trying to control his enthusiasm for what he calls a “triple play” in Ohio. Mr. Pinkerton was referring to a combination of several shale plays which exists along with intermingled sandstone formations throughout Ohio. In the East, it is the Upper Devonian Shale, the Marcellus Shale, and the Utica Shale, in that order, according to depth. As you move westward, the Marcellus plays out, but is replaced by the Lower…See More
Aug 7, 2014
John H posted a blog post

Jet Fuel and Diesel in Ohio?

In May of 2011, I read the first article about some shale gas being more valuable due to its specific mineralogy. Most LNG’s are sent to a cracker plant to be processed into ethane and used for the vast myriad of plastic products that our society seem unable to do without. There has been much competition and speculation for several years now regarding building just such a facility here in Appalachia.However, some apparently think the mineral content and DNA of our LNG’s may be more valuable…See More
Aug 4, 2014
John H posted a blog post

Understanding the Basics of Ohio Geology

The Trenton Limestone: The Trenton Limestone and accompanying Black River rocks are important in that they serve as the source for much or all hydrocarbon formation in the Appalachian basin. Generally speaking, the Trenton Limestone serves as a cap rock for the underlying Black River source rocks. Because it is not as thick here in Ohio, it has allowed hydrocarbons formed by the Black River group to migrate naturally into the Utica/Pt. Pleasant. To the East, in West Virginia and Pennsylvania,…See More
Jul 22, 2014
John H and Thelma Archer are now friends
Jul 8, 2014
5 blog posts by John H were featured
Jul 3, 2014
Dan commented on John H's blog post 'E&P Companies Like Ohio for More than Just Geological Reasons'
"I wouldn't welcome that!"
Jun 24, 2014
Harry E. Rose commented on John H's blog post 'E&P Companies Like Ohio for More than Just Geological Reasons'
"The o&g companies are now trying to transfer the severance tax to tbe poor land owners, so I am refering to money coming from the poor landowners in se Ohio and going to the rich & lazy all over the state. And you know the poor landowners do…"
Jun 23, 2014

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Alternate Fracking and Wastewater Treatment Methods

Posted on November 17, 2014 at 3:36pm 0 Comments

 

In researching this subject, I discovered a January 16, 2011 article featured in OilOnLine which provides an interesting alternative to conventional fracking techniques.  Virginia based PDN Mountaineer, LLC announded that they have partnered with Utah based Purestream Technology in incorporating their Trilogy system to treat and purify wastewater from their Marcellus operations.  Purestream claims to be able to alleviate the environmental impact of hydraulic fracturing by…

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Too Much Clay? Chill Out. Why Cryogenic Fracturing May Be the Answer

Posted on November 2, 2014 at 8:21pm 0 Comments

 

Almost without exception, today’s shale wells are stimulated using water-based fracturing fluids (slickwater).  This technique is popular due to its ability to transport proppant effectively at a relatively inexpensive cost.  However, it is a magnet for criticism from environmentalists, who are concerned about the incredible volume of water needed as well as the resulting contaminated wastewater which must be treated and disposed of properly.   Water use is often cited as one of the…

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Ohio's Triple Play?

Posted on August 7, 2014 at 4:23am 0 Comments

As early as 2011, Range Resources CEO John Pinkerton was already being quoted trying to control his enthusiasm for what he calls a “triple play” in Ohio. Mr.…

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Jet Fuel and Diesel in Ohio?

Posted on August 3, 2014 at 10:39pm 0 Comments



In May of 2011, I read the first article about some shale gas being more valuable due to its specific mineralogy. Most LNG’s are sent to a cracker plant to be processed into ethane and used for the vast myriad of plastic products that our society seem unable to do without. There has been much competition and speculation for several years now regarding building just such a facility here in Appalachia.

However, some apparently think the mineral content and DNA of our LNG’s may be…

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At 4:36pm on May 26, 2011, Jonathan Blair said…

Hey John,

Everything I am hearing sounds good about this play!  Any info you have that may be of assistance or anything you hear i would love to be privet to the information!

Keep in touch

John Blair!

At 3:37pm on May 26, 2011, Marc said…

I understand - no problem.  Email me anytime.

Mr.MarcMarie@gmail.com

 

 

At 6:01pm on May 25, 2011, Vic said…

John right now I am just watching the Utica play in Ohio I myself find it hard to believe that the Buel well is  producing 1000 bop, and 15  mmcf if this is true then this is one of the best wells in America that I no of. I have many years of working the Appalachian Basin

At 12:46am on May 23, 2011, Jonathan Blair said…

Hey john,

as always thanks for ur reply!

Havent signed yet and wont till there is a more reasonable price!

And yes i will absolutely keep in touch!

 

John Blair

At 5:41pm on May 22, 2011, Jonathan Blair said…

Hey john,

 

One property is 5 min south of zainsville< 2345 irish ridge rd philio oh 43771> if u want to google aerth them,

 

The other is NE muskingum 7730 norfield rd Adamsville OH 43802  Also u can google them!

 

Thanks

 

At 9:17pm on May 21, 2011, Jonathan Blair said…

Hey John,

Thanks for the info!  My two propertys are in north brushcreek and in east salem township!  Oxford is the company wanting to lease me for 200 dollars a acre!  Thanks for ur replies!

I think its just a matter of time before they are leasing up most of the utica!

 
 
 

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