morning ....i live in west virginia growup in canton ohio spent most of my life around there 3 years ago i moved down to wva i am desabled over leg problems joints being wore out ....i pumped wells in the ohio clinton formation for 10 years and also owned a steamer for steaming pipe (tubing) in the oil feild .....the clinton was parfin based oil causing parfin to plug up the tubing so the rework rigs would pull the string of tubing and my company would go in to a location and steam the string before they would put it back in the well a real dirty job lol .....anyways i have a small ownership in mineral rights in the utica and a small ownership in mineral rights in the marcellus ....which will probably both become marcellus and utica in the future .....both leases have both formations in them ...along with other less desirable formations or should i say less explored formations .....i cirrently receive royalties on 6 clinton wells in ohio that were drilled in the 1970s mostly just little checks but it nice when they come in ....found money lol......i try to keep up on the newest happenings in the oil patch ........a good site is uticashalemaps.com as far as the utica is concerned .....alot can be learned there ...news releases are updated everyday on the side bar along with production maps and so forth are on there too you have a good day
good morning tim
are you familiar with anadarko in mchenry twp lycoming county pa
we are looking to lease our mineral rights or maybe sell our ground and mineral rights we own 68 acres but have the rights to 78 acres
Hi Tim you asked if we had resolved our HBP problem...no we haven't.
Our N. Gas interest is in Tioga County PA near Wellsboro. We ar in the Kennedy Production Unit. Kennedy was one of the first wells East Resources drilled years ago and is idle. East sold out to Shell and Shell dominates Tioga County. The country is divided by wet gas and dry gas. Shell continues to drill wet and is standing down on the dry. Hope all is will with you.
Tim, the Utica (shale) & TBR were deposited ~450 - ~470 million years ago so are fairly old, but certainly not unusually or uncommonly old for reservoir rocks.
Utica / TBR are generally comparable between SE Ohio & North Central - NW Pennsylvania. However, because of their age and structural histories, the two areas (i.e. Ohio & Pa) have been subjected to different tectonic forces so will possess differences in the O&G potential.
Please let me know if you have questions or comments.