Eclipse Resources Corporation (NYSE:ECR) (the “Company” or “Eclipse Resources”) today is pleased to announce that the Company and Eclipse Resources-PA, LP, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Company, have entered into a definitive Purchase and Sale Agreement to acquire certain oil and gas leases, wells and other oil and gas rights and interests covering approximately 44,500 net acres located in the counties of Tioga and Potter in the Commonwealth of
Riverfront development site 1 mile down stream from the Shell Cracker Plant on the Ohio River. Barge water depths for almost entire 1 mile of riverfront. Property has rail access and power line runs through the north of the property at the top of the hill. Acreage is on both sides of Route 68 and includes “Montgomery Slough” also known as the “Montgomery Embayment” and “Ohioview Peninsula”. This property is just before the
Location: Doubletree Pittsburgh-Meadow Lands 340 Racetrack Rd Washington, PA 15301-8914 Date: October 6-7, 2016 Credits: 10.00 CEU 2.00 CEU Ethics Speaker: Stephen G. Perdue, CPL Pamela D. Feist, CPL Curtis D. Horne, CPL Trent Oglesby Morgan P. Griffith, RPL James D. McKinney Mark Anthony Mudrick JD, RPL Andrew Graham Shawn T Grushecky Russell Cohen AAPL’s 2016 Appalachian Land Institute will be held
199.2+/‐ contiguous net mineral acres in Sullivan Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania. Approximately 4.20 miles east of the Tioga/Bradford County line. This acreage is currently held by production with Swepi (12.5%, net lease). Kinder Morgan Inc. has a 30‐inch diameter transmission/trunk line crossing the property and a Natural Gas Facility within a few steps of the property line. Swepi, Tenaska Resources LLC and Talisman Energy USA Inc. all have notable wells in this area.
An Act amending the act of July 20, 1979 (P.L.183, No.60), known as the Oil and Gas Lease Act, further providing for definitions; providing for minimum royalty payment for unconventional gas well production; further providing for apportionment; and providing for remedy for failure to pay the minimum royalty on unconventional gas wells. Read More