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Range Resources continues to report record gains

Jul 18, 13 Range Resources continues to report record gains

Posted by in Drilling & Development

Range Resources Corp. stated that their 2nd quarter production volumes reached a record high, making this a 27% increase over the prior year. Range Resources is one of the largest lease holders for the Marcellus Shale play. They stated that the Marcellus drilling is continuing to drive their production volumes. Continuing thru 2013,...

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Corbett Signs Controversial Bill Giving Drillers Power To Pool Leases

Jul 12, 13 Corbett Signs Controversial Bill Giving Drillers Power To Pool Leases

Posted by in Top News

Governor Corbett signed a controversial bill (Senate Bill 259*) into law on July 9th, giving drillers the power to combine or “pool” leases for horizontal oil and gas drilling. The Governor is defending this legislation, but an oil and gas royalty owners group states that it undermines some landowners’ negotiating rights...

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Washington County, PA leases are expiring

Jun 20, 13 Washington County, PA leases are expiring

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Many Washington County PA landowners’ oil & gas leases have already expired, or are set to expire in the very near future. Unfortunately, many of them do not get the professional help they should, and miss valuable opportunities to maximize negotiations for a quality oil & gas lease. Landowners need the right...

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Appeals court upholds local fracking bans in NY

May 08, 13 Appeals court upholds local fracking bans in NY

Posted by in Home, Marcellus Utica Shale

New York municipalities can use local zoning laws to ban the practice of hydraulic fracturing to drill for natural gas, a mid-level state appeals court said last week. The town of Skaneateles used a series of zoning laws to prohibit heavy industry last year. More than 50 New York municipalities, such as the town of Skaneateles, have...

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