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The gas rigs are gone in my part of Greene County

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Re: The gas rigs are gone in my part of Greene County

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post #4 of 23 (permalink) Old 04-03-2012, 07:40 AM
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Re: The gas rigs are gone in my part of Greene County

And now the government passes new laws that will make it even more expensive to drill. What do the anti's say? "Don't worry the gas is here, they won't go anywhere."

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Re: The gas rigs are gone in my part of Greene County

You aren't serious, are you? You are the insider here, you do know that with the huge decline in prices that it is no longer worthwhile drilling for gas.



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Re: The gas rigs are gone in my part of Greene County

They must have moved them to my part of Washington County, There Drilling everywhere, and signing big leases.

I see said the Blind Carpenter to his Deaf Helper as he picked up his Hammer and Saw!
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Re: The gas rigs are gone in my part of Greene County

Passed a slew of water haulers heading to a well fracking operation south of Renovo yesterday. New connecting line from the well just connected. Frack wagons sitting on another pad. All numbers of white pickups running around. With the warmer weather, looks like things are heating up again (pun intended).

Whether it will continue, who knows.

Did talk to someone in the permitting business recently and he did say that permitting has slowed.
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Re: The gas rigs are gone in my part of Greene County

New permits for Bradford County, showing 2011 comparison.


Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total
2011 48 47 34 54 60 91 63 106 53 44 40 49 689
2012 30 34 23 85

85 is the total for 2012, got the chart squared away , but when I post it, it gets miss aligned ?


Things are certainly slowing down. The price of NG is at a 10 year low, which is certainly the driving factor. The "Impact Fee", will raise the break even point of drilling a well, which will also have some effect on the amount of rigs , and completions crews working here.

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Re: The gas rigs are gone in my part of Greene County

I thought they are still drillin wet gas out west since they can sell other products from it and its more profitable. Dry gas dried up with price drop.... supply demand...we got lots of supply, and demand on winter like this is low...economics 101.
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Re: The gas rigs are gone in my part of Greene County

Yep, that is correct about the wet gas. PA/Ohio line area. Also agree with your economics 101 .....

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