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Pennsylvania / Re: Did Governor Wolf’s Tax on Natural Gas Scare Away Foxconn?
« Last post by ghrit on August 18, 2017, 04:11:45 PM »
unions would be exempt of course, they have collective coercive extortion already. they're good.

wj
Nice to have a security blanket even if you've been on the bench for a couple years and scabbing out because it costs too much to do business in the state due to taxes.
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Pennsylvania / Re: Did Governor Wolf’s Tax on Natural Gas Scare Away Foxconn?
« Last post by aubrey on August 18, 2017, 01:34:08 PM »
unions would be exempt of course, they have collective coercive extortion already. they're good.

wj
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Pennsylvania / Re: Did Governor Wolf’s Tax on Natural Gas Scare Away Foxconn?
« Last post by riverrat on August 18, 2017, 12:50:18 PM »
I'd like auto increase but won't like cut in pay
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Pennsylvania / Re: Did Governor Wolf’s Tax on Natural Gas Scare Away Foxconn?
« Last post by aubrey on August 18, 2017, 11:35:54 AM »
let's increase the minimum wage to $50/hr, with automatic increases like congress gets.

that oughta do the trick! yeah...a living wage for everyone.

I like it!
 slaplaugh
   wj
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Pennsylvania / Re: possible game changer
« Last post by aubrey on August 18, 2017, 11:33:38 AM »
yo tuck! long time no see buddy. lets do lunch sometime, lots of stuff doesn't make it to the forum anymore. its a whole new game these days.

as far as which generation will reap the bennies of this new tech, im planning on cashing in in a little while myself,  ;)  and I wouldn't think that you're that far from it either.

wj
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Pennsylvania / Re: possible game changer
« Last post by ghrit on August 18, 2017, 10:49:40 AM »
  I'm atella you, wj is depending on someone else's word on those production figures,
 

hmmm...don't be too sure about that g.  headpat



 slaplaugh
   wj
You mean you didn't get those numbers from matty?  Did teach check them for accuracy?
(Must be raining in Bradford county this afternoon ---)
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Pennsylvania / Re: possible game changer
« Last post by Tuckabuckaway on August 18, 2017, 10:24:29 AM »
Thanks for sharing, WJ.  Some landowners may poop all over Chessy but they (Chessy) clearly deserve praise for their technical stones.  3000# of sand per lateral foot is crazytown.  Probably be the next generation that sees the most windfall from this but it's all good.  Now if we could get the pigs in Harrisburg from polluting the well [pun intended] with all this severance BS, we can keep this Marcellus thing rolling in all economic environments.
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Pennsylvania / Re: Did Governor Wolf’s Tax on Natural Gas Scare Away Foxconn?
« Last post by Wax on August 18, 2017, 10:08:15 AM »
tax credit  = no tax income = new income for workers  =more payroll tax income=more property  tax = more profits for spin off business           no tax credit =   ZERO     no brainer for anyone but wolf &  ******             
trickle down economics, in a Republican run state = high deficit. But to be honest , mostly all states are sinking. Why ? Government is the only employer , increasing wages and paying benefits. Nothing wrong with that ! But other taxpayers are losing more each year, and not paying more taxes . So the system cannot work. Unless you make everyone, in government jobs, poorer. or the rest of the job force wealthier.   IMHO
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Susquehanna County / Re: Looking ahead....
« Last post by aubrey on August 18, 2017, 10:02:15 AM »
more complicated than that?

the reasons that companies would like to drill these long cross unit wells are several.

longer wells bring economic efficiencies.

holdouts can be effectively, and permanently donut holed without much negative consequence.

in my area, there is a holdout landowner who owns almost completely across an existing unit. with this method, all surrounding lands can be drilled, eliminating permanently any need to lease that holdout. checkmate.

wj
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Susquehanna County / Re: Repsol oil and gas
« Last post by aubrey on August 18, 2017, 09:55:18 AM »
Outfits with a bad track record in dealing with landowners, like Chesapeake, may have extra trouble signing/resigning people to build those units.

chk sold off most of their goat pasture a coupla years back. not much chance of them making any offers on it again.

he's safe from the big bad wolf.  slaplaugh

wj
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