This investment opportunity includes 35.8+/‐ unleased net mineral acres located in Fallston Borough, Beaver County, Pennsylvania. Approximately 10.25 miles east of the OH/PA line.
This area offers promising stacked‐pay, liquids rich potential in the Marcellus, Utica and Upper Devonian Shale. Utica Shale drilling has been most dominant to date with the exploration of Upper Devonian and Marcellus wells being drilled currently.
In Beaver County, Chesapeake Appalachia , Penn Energy Resources and RE Gas Dev. LLC are the dominate operators. To the west of this property, Chesapeake Appalachia has 1 producing well at the Powell Bea averaging 2.76 MMcf/d. To the south of the property, Chesapeake Appalachia has 1 producing well at the Rolling Acres averaging 4.63 MMcf/d and 1 producing well at the Fedorchak Bea unit averaging 3.50 MMcf/d. Several new SPUD wells are to the east of this property.
Pipeline infrastructure is well built in this area. 1.63 miles east of this property is a 20‐inch diameter National Fuel Gas Company transmission/trunk line. Less than a mile south Sunoco has a 10‐inch transmission/trunk line and 1.75 miles west is a proposed MarkWest gathering system/field line.
Industry reports are hinting that Shell may move forward with building a $2‐$3 billion ethane cracker plant in this area.
Sales and Leasing Agent Erin Sellinger is available by email or phone to answer questions or review offers for this listing.