You are some dude from Boston with 2 acres in a Southwestern unit on the far eastern edge of the play. You have nothing to add here. But if thats what turns you on. I mean blowing up legitimate important discussion. Go for it.
it's been rumored for a few months that chk will add a fourth rig to the northeast Marcellus.chk recently closed on its' sale of the Haynesville and ohio dry gas assets, using the money to pay down and restructure its' debt. the "going concern" situation has been mitigated somewhat.chk has been, and is contacting landowners to clear up lease issues in advance of a more aggressive drilling schedule.the reasons behind it are fairly obvious. chk now has less land to drill (nationwide), more money to do it with and with less gas coming from other plays, they need to get their total flows back up to sustain revenue. add to that, the Marcellus is still their most profitable area of operations, and it's a no brainer.chk states that they will be concentrating on their best assets for near term drilling. permit activity has increased. it's likely gonna happen in the fairway.can't say that I'm excited at the prospect of blowing out a coupla bcf at $2 gas, but it is what it is and I ain't getin' no younger.wj
Probably in the ballpark as far as the EURs.
before you get a calculator out, you need to first get some facts.rumors are one thing, but your last post is factually inaccurate.wj
Quote from: aubrey on January 13, 2020, 10:30:55 AMbefore you get a calculator out, you need to first get some facts.rumors are one thing, but your last post is factually inaccurate.wj are there any 8 wells per pad
I am not an intellectual. You probably noticed. But I am curious and Im not stupid.