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Penn State grad 1954 in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering. Forty five years experience in process control, natural gas processing, compression, transmission and distribution




BS Petroleum & Natural Gas Engineering Pennsylvania State University

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2015-08-11 CNG dispenser machine.:

Most CNG dispensing stations are supplied gas from the local utility.  At the dispensing station is (usually) a compressor to compress the gas to dispensing pressure, ie 3600 psi.  I guess a truck with

2013-08-04 Estimated monthly royalty payment - WHAT!:

Sandy    Welllllllllllllllllll if it says 20% of gross you're even richer by a factor of about 3 times because the 1/16 was 6.25% and now you see 20%.  I like the words "free of costs", but the deduct

2013-08-04 Estimated monthly royalty payment:

Sandy    There's not enough contract info in your note to really give a precise answer.  You should be getting a statement that shows the royalty payment calculation.  Companies are writing very creative

2013-07-09 Mineral Rights:

Sorry I don't have any advice on your N.D property.  I would offer some advice on Royalty contracts that I'm aware of happening here in PA.  Watch out for, and make sure, there are NO POST PRODUCTION DEDUCTS

2013-02-07 Plugged well:

If that well is(was) producing 2.2 million cf of gas PER DAY(need to know if per day, month, year??) and if its per day, no one would plug it.  Perhaps they just "shut it in"?  If the well is in the Marcellus


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