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Msboy

Atlantic City, NJ

#1 Mar 3, 2006
Anybody know anything about recent drilling with new technology to get at the oil left behind in the 60's because of all the salt water?
roy

Bowling Green, KY

#2 Mar 3, 2006
There used to be oil coming out of the ground over on the creek bank infront of the sewer plant on the other side of creek on the high rock bank. it may have stoped by now
Msboy

Atlantic City, NJ

#3 Mar 4, 2006
Thanks, Roy. That was real helpful and real intelligent. You must be very smart.
Regina_42728

Jamestown, KY

#4 Mar 4, 2006
I don't know about new technology but I'm sure if they don't, they will some day.
msboy

United States

#6 Mar 6, 2006
Regina_42728 wrote:
I don't know about new technology but I'm sure if they don't, they will some day.
I agree. I heard there was some new activity in the Greensburg area. Maybe trying some new technology soon.
roy

Bowling Green, KY

#7 Mar 6, 2006
Msboy wrote:
Thanks, Roy. That was real helpful and real intelligent. You must be very smart.
Operation MOHO Do you know what that is.
Msboy

Atlantic City, NJ

#8 Mar 8, 2006
roy wrote:
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Operation MOHO Do you know what that is.
No, but I have a feeling you want to tell me.
RAS

Elizabethtown, KY

#9 Mar 8, 2006
Maybe someone should call Travis..lol
Regina_42728

Jamestown, KY

#10 Mar 9, 2006
Forget Travis, call Jimmy Reliford or Don Yates. When it comes to oil drilling nobody knows their stuff like Jimmy.
roy

Bowling Green, KY

#11 Mar 11, 2006
we could use an operation MoHo here in Columbia
speck

Jamestown, KY

#12 Mar 13, 2006
please don't suggest us getting any mohoes in adair county we have more than we need now!!!!!!!

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#13 Mar 13, 2006
Msboy wrote:
Anybody know anything about recent drilling with new technology to get at the oil left behind in the 60's because of all the salt water?
Where was oil left behind in the 60's. I remember it at .29/ gal.
Mary Ann

AOL

#14 Mar 13, 2006
By the way, where is Columbia, Kentucky
Msboy

Atlantic City, NJ

#15 Mar 14, 2006
I see I have attracted a bunch of bablers with nothing to say. I'll leave you to bable with each other.
Ms Know it ALL

Campbellsville, KY

#16 Mar 16, 2006
speck wrote:
please don't suggest us getting any mohoes in adair county we have more than we need now!!!!!!!
HAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!
just here

Russell Springs, KY

#17 Mar 18, 2006
i agree with regina. my husband works for jimmy reliford
Wild As The Wind

Jamestown, KY

#18 Mar 18, 2006
speck wrote:
please don't suggest us getting any mohoes in adair county we have more than we need now!!!!!!!
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Regina_42728

Jamestown, KY

#19 Mar 20, 2006
Just Here, I have to say that all the men/women that works for Jimmy are hard working, but the men are the hardest workers I have ever saw. They come home covered in oil, dirt, dust, or lime, sometimes all. What makes Jimmy Reliford Drilling is the workers, without them there wouldn't be a Jimmy Reliford Drilling.
just here

Russell Springs, KY

#20 Mar 22, 2006
i agree with u 100% regina
just some one

Glasgow, KY

#21 Apr 25, 2006
i work for him too they dont get what they deserve thought look what he gets per foot lol

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