Great video thanks. I just read an interesting Rexx 4/1/13 presentation. In Butler they are getting better results from the Burkett upper devonian than the Marcellus. Neither are shabby. 9.5 to 9.7 bcf/Eur's. The Burkett is only 60 feet thick in Butler and they are getting great liquid yields. Somewhat like the Marcellus in the WVA panhandle. Thins out but is rich.
I was just outside of Ft. Cherry an hour ago, in the area of ATEX work. ATEX ROE clearing going fast. To my surprise, and I just missed this last week by about 1/2 mile, but Mariner West ethane line is well underway. Looks like it will share one HDD road crossing with ATEX then depart westward. Somewhere it should go north. Line pipe, 12-inch being welded and portions buried already. There could be two going in; the ROW will accept more lines. Going very fast it appears. On the Liberty end, line pipe are laid out right up to Liberty.
Great work . You should package some of it and send it to home office for company archives. Perhaps they would use some pictures for in house or consumer presentations. How far from Gettysburg is this county?