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Marchand Pad

Started this discussion. Last reply by farmgas Sep 5, 2017. 1 Reply

Hi Bud,Thanks for the update. Please let me know if you notice any additional activity on the Marchand Site.Sincerely,RobtContinue

Indiana County Marchand Unit

Started this discussion. Last reply by farmgas on Thursday. 238 Replies

Does anyone have an update on the Marchand Unit in North Mahoning Township.  One unit is producing and four additional permits are on the books.Continue

Beaver County - South Beaver Twp

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     Does anyone know if the Vanport to Butler Pipeline was ever built in South Beaver Township and if so where it crosses Blackhawk Road. ThanksContinue

Beaver County - South Beaver Twp

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Does anyone know the routing of the Vanport Butler Pipeline through South Beaver Twp. Has it been completed or abandoned. If completed, where does it cross Blackhawk Road.Please call 412-352-7522…Continue

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farmgas replied to rob's discussion 'Indiana County Marchand Unit'
"Anyone have any news about the future of the Marchand pad?   "
Thursday
Old Timer replied to rob's discussion 'Indiana County Marchand Unit'
"NW. Tioga co. Pa. economics for sure are the driver.  i believe as time goes and the core areas are played out the less productive will be drilled out of necessity. that pattern in NG has precedent when conventional drilled the shallowest first…"
Sep 24
farmgas replied to rob's discussion 'Indiana County Marchand Unit'
"Is it all just a matter of economics then? Maybe not such a good comment, huh! The low hanging fruit scenario that we hear so much about. What if the core areas are drilled out and NG prices remain low, will the marginal areas still see drilling at…"
Sep 24
Old Timer replied to rob's discussion 'Indiana County Marchand Unit'
"i think production first then pipelines. pipelines make money on capacity and might want to see availability. i think the production improvements are due to completions singularly. first gen. completions left the shale looking like a windshield with…"
Sep 23
farmgas replied to rob's discussion 'Indiana County Marchand Unit'
"Thanks Old Timer,  I think both counties were drilled early on for MS and more recently for Utica in Indiana County.   I agree there have been changes in newer completion designs and most importantly, I think, longer laterals.   Most…"
Sep 23
Old Timer replied to rob's discussion 'Indiana County Marchand Unit'
"WOW. well a real quick look. i would say production anywhere would be #1. between both cos. i can't find big numbers. don't spot any Utica tests but real quick look so i may miss it. both cos. had early Marcellus with low results. more…"
Sep 23
farmgas replied to rob's discussion 'Indiana County Marchand Unit'
"Which county will see drilling activity for either Marcellus & Utica gas begin sooner, Armstrong or Indiana County, and why?   What will drive that activity?   Pipelines, better gas prospects or what?"
Sep 23
Freestar replied to rob's discussion 'Indiana County Marchand Unit'
"These Utica wells are awfully expensive so you need i/p's above 5-6 Mmf/d to continue exploring. Ultimately wells are judged on EUR but its a good sign that a well is generating that in an area with a history of marginal wells. I don't…"
Sep 15
Old Timer replied to rob's discussion 'Indiana County Marchand Unit'
"according to the well report i'm looking at Marchand 3MHSUT has 103 daily av. of only 4732mcf. the peak was around low 5000's. upstate utica's seem to come in 15000-20000. i could be missing something but Indiana co. looks like the…"
Sep 15
farmgas replied to rob's discussion 'Indiana County Marchand Unit'
"Freestar -  what would you consider an minimum volume per day to be economically feasible?   What do you think is going on at the Marchand well?   XTO has several more Utica well permits at the Winslow pad."
Sep 15
Freestar replied to rob's discussion 'Indiana County Marchand Unit'
"Thats a good sign for Central PA if XTO's well is putting out 14MMCF/day."
Sep 15
farmgas replied to rob's discussion 'Indiana County Marchand Unit'
"After several months of production numbers to evaluate this well has reached 160,116 Mcf for July. Production is on the increase for the past 3 months. What does this tell us? The XTO Winslow 6HU well just 8 miles away in Jefferson County produced…"
Sep 15
Bullfrex replied to rob's discussion 'Indiana County Marchand Unit'
"farmgas, I would not use the term 'intentionally lie' when describing their stated performance and direction in an investor presentation......BUT..... Having said that, much of the information given in these presentations is a…"
Aug 4
BUD replied to rob's discussion 'Indiana County Marchand Unit'
"Search  CNX GAS at.    https://countyfusion1.kofiletech.us/countyweb/login.do?countyname=Indiana Login as guest. Click accept. Click search public records. Search Name CNX GAS. Click Search top right. Any time you search a person, you…"
Aug 3
farmgas replied to rob's discussion 'Indiana County Marchand Unit'
"Understand your point, however, would a major gas company intentionally lie to the public and their investors?   There probably won`t be much new leasing in the area since most every parcel is being HBP.   There could be some…"
Aug 3
Freestar replied to rob's discussion 'Indiana County Marchand Unit'
"I would take those statements from CNX with a grain of sand. Would you expect them to tell their shareholders that effectively thousands of leasehold acres will no longer be explored for? Would probably ding their market cap a bit. Very possible…"
Aug 3

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