« Last post by macal on November 13, 2018, 06:13:37 PM »
Right on Rock. Here we go. Hopefully the price holds and we see a decrease in the differential to nymex up here in NE PA.
Tho Toomey is a RINO who didn't show up in Bradford county till after election[what was he even doing in Bradford ]& wrote the tax bill that aloud the Dems to cry "tax cut for the rich" he was right on that bill the word is "incentivize">>> Senator Pat Toomey is very consistent in that he's unavailable and unreachable most of the time for most of his constituents. It took a demonstration by some aggrieved citizens literally on his doorstep in the subdivision where he lives on the edge of Old Zionsville, near where I grew up, to get his attention a while back. As to the price of natural gas, it isn't cold snaps which will put them up and keep them up but the development of the industry with enough pipelines and export facilities to service the supply and demand. I've felt that the fair price for natural gas is in around the 4 to 5 dollar range. That's a high enough price to provide an equitable return for the natural gas industry and to pay the landowners a reasonable royalty while at the same time being competitive with other fuel choices.
These mineral rights purchasers do not make offers based on inside info.
maybe, maybe not.
we've seen the producers themselves make offers for our minerals in the past. interestingly, Chesapeake has made the highest offer by far for mine, under the guise of a shell company. that was of course for chk leased and produced acreage, so they definitely had the benefit of "insider info". my acreage under lease to other companies has not received any offers that comes close to those.
he's a trust fund baby that turned a booming logging & furniture business into a warehouse that pushes out of state 2nd class furniture
Not sure how you boys got back to your gripe of poor urban folks down in Philly.
Whatever. Wolfie knows knows that natural gas is a great resource and he understands business. Williams has personally thanked him for his help with getting the Atlantic Sunrise pipe in the ground. And if you read the lead article here he is doing what he can to assist in getting markets for our gas. Yea he wants a severence tax. Just like Texas Wyoming and Alaska.
They are still here, can't open a fish wrapper without seeing an ad for one or another. Where I think they MAY strike a lode is with the local deplorables that can now afford to move to a more, ah, salubrious climate.
the Mineral buyers from out of state would come in right after the landman signed you up.
Just like Texas Wyoming and Alaska.Now, there is where I completely lose it. If that shoe fits Tx, Wy, Ak and any others you might name, the PA foot might just be a different size. WTF, bub, are you a lemming?