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Kyle Nuttall
 
@kyle-nuttall • 6 days ago • comments: 1
Posted a new Comment on Columbia Gas Pipe Line:
"Do you know if it's an interstate pipeline or a smaller local pipeline?  The interstate pipelines have been offering about $1 per inch per foot and saying..."
Kyle Nuttall
 
@kyle-nuttall • 6 days ago • comments: 4
Posted a new Comment on Renew expired lease?:
"Your mileage may vary, but we've been getting between $4K and $5K per acre on the signing bonus and about 18% gross proceeds on the royalty lately.  It kind..."
Kyle Nuttall
 
@kyle-nuttall • 3 weeks ago • comments: 30
Posted a new Comment on forfeited lease in a producing well(s):
"It'll be interesting to see if they respond.  Keep us updated!"
Kyle Nuttall
 
@kyle-nuttall • 4 weeks ago • comments: 30
Posted a new Comment on forfeited lease in a producing well(s):
"You might be able to sue for forfeiture and then sue for the back royalties.  Just because they have lost the lease doesn't mean that they don't owe back..."
Kyle Nuttall
 
@kyle-nuttall • 4 weeks ago • comments: 30
Posted a new Comment on forfeited lease in a producing well(s):
"Then you have a good argument.  I'm shocked that the company would allow part of its unit to go into forfeiture.  Those Marcellus wells aren't cheap."
Kyle Nuttall
 
@kyle-nuttall • 4 weeks ago • comments: 30
Posted a new Comment on forfeited lease in a producing well(s):
"It's probably best to get in touch with the county inspector for the DEP first, let him know that you consider the lease to be forfeit, and you'd like him..."
Kyle Nuttall
 
@kyle-nuttall • 4 weeks ago • comments: 30
Posted a new Comment on forfeited lease in a producing well(s):
"I'm a little late to the party, sorry about that.  The details are a little sparse, but based off what you've said here and in the additional comments it..."
Kyle Nuttall
 
@kyle-nuttall • 4 weeks ago • comments: 38
Posted a new Comment on Natural Gas Price Comparison by Producers:
"If it's the non-disclosure language in their lease it should only apply to what's in the lease.  I don't think pricing data should be covered by that.  The..."
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Keith Mauck
10/03/12 10:04:21AM @keith-mauck:

Hi Kyle, thanks for submitting a group. Can you go back and add a photo and a better description? Take a look at this as model

http://gomarcellusshale.com/group/ritchiecounty


valerie smith
04/17/13 08:00:26PM @valerie-smith:
My family has recently been contacted by an O&G company about leasing our land for a Marcellus well. It is located in Upshur Cty. We all live out of state and will need to rely on a local Atty for their advice. What is the best way to proceed since we have been sent a proposed lease? Generally what could we expect to pay for an attorney to review it.
Denver Gallentine
09/20/13 09:11:20AM @denver-gallentine:
Kyle,My wife and I have an oil/gas problem that we think we need t hire an attorney to help solve. Please allow me to present some details and see if you are interested:Sandy an her siblings inherited a share of 156 acres in Wetzel Co (each share is .69 acres) a year ago Chesapeake approached each w/ an offer for modification of $100 each. All refused except Ron who signed. Now the offer has been raised to $1300 each AND they raised royalty from 12 1/2% to 14% gross. Three wells have been drilled NW they now want to drill 3 wells SE directly under our land. 2 brother refuse to sign unless Chesapeake resigns Ron @ our deal. Ron has Altsheimers so they have contacted a lawyer.Sandy wants to protect her holdings. She fears the brothers will stall things and the oil co will move the grilling rigs and everyone lose everything.There is also other land owned together and we do not want one person hold up there too, but our main idea is to correct this situation now. If you feel you can help please let me know and we can get started. - Denver
Bob Donaghy
07/09/14 01:38:14PM @bob-donaghy:

I dropped out of the group last summer. Antero agreed to a lease containing most of my addenda. I had been dealing with the O&G companies for about 3 years before anyone was willing to offer me a "good" lease. I think they were having a hard time signing people in the western part of the county because a substantial number of landowners were aligned with the Middle Island group. They had to "sweeten the pot" so to speak, in order to get people to sign.


pacman
08/30/14 08:20:05PM @pacman:

Hi Kyle, My brother and I are in a unit in Wetzel co with CHK we redeemed another 1/40 interest in 36 acres, they are telling us we need a deed . Do you know if we have ,to record the redemption papers to act as a deed, or do you work in this area.

Thanks


Richard Phillips2
09/24/14 11:06:54PM @richard-phillips2:

Kyle, thanks to your good and encouraging words and those of my local Mississippi attorney friend, my sister and brother and I accepted a negotiation for $3000/acre and 16.75% royalties with no deductions. We are in the process of getting leases signed and notarized. Things are looking good.


Richard Phillips2
10/11/14 08:47:15PM @richard-phillips2:

Kyle, I was told by the landman who was instrumental in our lease with Noble Energy that we should arrange to get the mineral rights appraised for taxes to make sure they are in our names and not lost in a tax lien sale. How is this done? I was under the impression that until oil or gas production started, there was no property tax involved. At least, that has been our experience with our holdings in Jackson County WV. Thanks for any insight you might provide us.

Richard Phillips


lester long
06/15/15 08:04:08AM @lester-long:
Hello kyle Nuttall, do you know what time frame they will hit Hampshire county for drilling oil and gas. We have land on the little 2 miles below levels west Virginia. It was or used to be least by a company.
lester long
06/16/15 10:21:11PM @lester-long:
Kyle i have been told by a driller in Martinsburg wv that knows the land very well told me that we have it but its deep. That's why I say i know it's there. And the Lord showed me in a vision one day so He confirmed what the told me.