Susquehanna County

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MikeB

Manchester Township, NJ

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Apr 2, 2008
 
Does anyone have a contact person and number with Cabot? We own some ground in Susquehanna and received offers from Southwestern and Chesapeake but have not heard from Cabot. Thanks you very much.
James

United States

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Apr 20, 2008
 
MikeB wrote:
Does anyone have a contact person and number with Cabot? We own some ground in Susquehanna and received offers from Southwestern and Chesapeake but have not heard from Cabot. Thanks you very much.
E-mail me @ Kingsalmon_@excite.com and I will give you the info there.
cheri

Cincinnati, OH

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May 19, 2008
 
cabot is making offers across the road from us (267), but their line ends there. does anyone know who is working the road from rushboro (auburn center) to laceyville (#3004)?
Railroad

Midland Park, NJ

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May 19, 2008
 
Cabot has 107,000 acres in the County already under lease. They have quite a number of Landmen in the field. I'm in Lenox Township. Current offers are $2500 per acre Bonus and 15% Roaylty.

Jordan Cercone
Cabot Oil and Gas

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reapwood

Dallas, PA

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#5
May 20, 2008
 
This just sickens me. Last October we only got $100 per acre with Cabot. Now it's 2500% more? I won't even mention the royalty percentage. Cabot knew where this was going to go and I think it's horrid that their own speculation with the other gas companies should drive up the prices that far without re compensating their existing interests... Certainly doesn't spread a warm feeling around the county.
Tam

Harrisburg, PA

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#6
May 22, 2008
 
Have any of you thought of the repercussions of selling your land for oil and gas rights??? You do of course realize that they've already completely drained a section of water bearing rock to a depth of almost 7000 ft??? I hope you don't need water for anything. These people are moving fast to avoid further legislation being written that will force them to drill responsibly. As of right now, there is none and the land is being raped and pillaged. So far 8 homes are PERMANENTLY without water. How many more will it happen to? Those that haven't sold to gas companies and are still lucky enough to have water will be able to sell their water for more than the price of gas!!!
marc

Tunkhannock, PA

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Sep 1, 2009
 

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Your the dummy that signed a lease for 100 an acre and now your upset you lost out on alot more.Your an idiot keep your mouth shut or educate yourself one of the two IDIOT............

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