schreidl---by the way...I have no idea what you mean by "scary" when you refer to the photos. You sound like someone who is planted in here to spread misinformation about gas drilling.If you can find something truly scary about the site, I would like to know specifically what it is. The place looks wonderful and honestly, I have not seen a site YET that wasn't put into good order after being drilled.
When I received my first lease, that was my biggest fear, that my land would be rendered useless for me and my family. I am not a plant. I'm uneducated when it comes to gas drilling and I was only expressing an opinion.
...personal jet ... exotic vacation!
%RO is~2.5 way out of the oil window.
... I've been carefully tracking the decline of mine. From what I have seen charted for the Barnett Shale wells, those are declining 60-65% in the first year. I'll let you know.
Cabot was declaring units apparently around just the drainage area for your specific wells.
Do you expect your production unit to change as other wells may be drilled around you? Are you or do you think that your land may get included in one of your neighbors well units? With the closeness of some of the wells in our area the units will obviously overlap.
Is your gas that is being marketed metered at your site and are you able to see the meter if it is ,or do you have to rely on the integrity of the gas company?