BRD when they did the seismic studies in the Adrian area I don't think I knew of any complaints about shaking. It is interesting to see miles upon miles of what appears to amount to extensions cords and outlets along the sides of the roads.
BRD: they did the unpaved section of Dunbar out west between Meanwell and Wells a bit ago. Without the flags along the ditch you'd have never noticed. The larger trucks while doing the study were just that...larger trucks. No shakes, no tremors that I'm aware of.
I am pure organic, them's fightin' words!!You think what you like, JBS, I don't think you have paid enough attention the facts on fracking.
No, they do not remove the flags. Apparently the property owners or the county are expected to. They are all over along Wells/Albain/Ida West and they did that area several weeks ago. Big deal on the paint, but they should be expected to clean up their litter. Its almost as bad as the advertising MEN carriers throw in everyone's driveway.
Perhaps they haven't yet finished. The ones along Dunbar were pulled promptly after the study.
Easy to say don't do it - when you aren't the recipient of the $$
I'll support that as they wound up their cords and took all the flags unless one or two got lost in the weeds.I was here the day the trucks went down Dunbar and it was a minor inconvenience with the noise - and the trucks did no damage to the paved road... It couldn't do anything but help patched roads like Rauch as the pressure would smooth them out.I'm sure if they found oil/gas on "YOUR" property (That is if you actually are the owner of the property) - it might be different.Easy to say don't do it - when you aren't the recipient of the $$
Company drills for oil on Ida farm field - Monroe Evening Newswww.monroenews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060801/...Aug 1, 2006 – ... by Hendric and Nikki Virley between W. Dunbar and W. Albain Rds. ... If the Martell Rd. well starts producing, storage tanks will be erected ...
I find mineral rights fascinating. One day, out of the blue, my grandmother started receiving checks from a company that was mining coal on property long ago sold in western Kentucky. Every so often those several thousand dollar checks would arrive...and eventually grandma passed on so since my aunt was the executor of her estate, she cashed the checks.After a few years the check amounts started dropping into the hundreds....and finally to less than a hundred....less demand for high sulphur coal was blamed.In the end the checks stopped altogether....my aunt said the State of Kentucky all of a sudden wanted her to pay some sort of property tax and she didn't think it was worth it so she just let the property go into some sort of foreclosure...which to me sounds really strange considering the property was sold long ago in the first place.I didn't know mineral rights could be foreclosed on...or that property tax could be levied separately...on the landowner and the mineral rights owner.