Bob Downing | The Akron Beacon Journal (Akron, Ohio) as posted on www.marcellus.com/news
A well in northern West Virginia has become the biggest producer of Utica shale gas in the region that includes Ohio and Western Pennsylvania, its Texas-based operator has reported.
Pittsburgh Tribune Review Article with other Gas Lease information with quotes from CZK.
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The so-called Stewart Winland 1300U well, in Tyler County, also is among the biggest-producing shale wells in the United States, according to Magnum Hunter Resources of Houston.
Well production began last week and has reached 46.5 million cubic feet of natural gas per day, the company reported. That’s enough gas to heat nearly 241,000 houses for a day.
The biggest Utica well in Ohio is a Rice Energy well in Belmont County, with daily production of 41.7 million cubic feet of natural gas. Click Here for whole article.
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