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Skidmark: what is your take on the Messenger Well and the area surrounding it to the north and north east. I know you've posted on topix as well as Pat, I for one have no idea why the commentators over there have issues when it comes to the status of this well. However, I was hoping if you could lend me your expertise and knowledge on what your thoughts are. My land is to the northeast of the m-well location and there are some productive wells in RRiver to the west of me that is looking favorable however, I do know the importance to our parish as a whole with the Messengers land.
Any updated information you can share would be appreciated as I live out of state.
Regarding the spacing issue I understand where you are coming from. It is still fun to watch Gatorpaw make a complete ass of himself.
When I spoke to Mike Harvey he stressed having a Pugh clause in the lease. The way he explained it to me was that it motivated the E&P to completely drill the unit and not hold it with one well. He explained to me that you can stipulate that if drilling does not progress to the next spaced site within a stipulated period of time you can give a 90 day notice that terminates the lease. His comment was directly pointed to this discussion because he said this prevented the E&P from holding entire units indefinitely with only one well.
Am I misunderstanding this clause? I made a brief comment directed to this and noone responded. I think everyone was having too much fun watching Gatorpaw implode.
As exciting as this is, we know that we have a responsibility to do this thing correctly. After all, we want the farm to remain a place where the family can gather for another 80 years and beyond. This site was born out of these desires. Before we started this site, googling "shale' brought up little information. Certainly nothing that was useful as we negotiated a lease. Read More