I'm new to this so please forgive me for asking a question that I maybe should be asking some other place. I have done many searches and made phone calls to Inflection Energy but can't seem to get a simple answer to a simple question.I have a lease with Inflection. The acreage is in the Hensler Farm unit in Hepburn Township, Lycoming County, PA. All I want to know is how many acres are in that unit?I even got the plat maps from DEP but still can't figure it out.Any help will be greatly appreciated.Thanks,Bill
I always thought that something around 600 acres was typical. Then they went to 1200 acres. I added the acres noted on each plat map and came up with 1485. So I suspect I did something wrong.What I don't understand is why Denis Green with Inflection won't call me back with an answer.I went to the site that mmwv noted but still couldn't figure it out.I'll keep trying and will let you know what I learn.Thanks again.Bill
Keep in mind, even after you think you have the unit acreage figured out, the unit size can be changed at the whim of the gas company that owns the lease, even years down the road. Unless the gas lease specifically states otherwise, of course.
Quote from: Dogbone on December 07, 2017, 11:51:35 AMKeep in mind, even after you think you have the unit acreage figured out, the unit size can be changed at the whim of the gas company that owns the lease, even years down the road. Unless the gas lease specifically states otherwise, of course.FWIW I agree with Dogbone. This actually happened to me. However, to be fair, there was more than adequate notice and documentation provided me by the gas company. When they changed the unit, it was not done in secret.
OK, that's frustrating. How is a landowner supposed to verify anything? "Trust but verify" isn't much good when you can't verify, and that leads to mistrust.Would Inflection give me the unit acreage if walked into their office and asked them in person?