Jim Willis of the Marcellus Driling News has released a list of the Top 10 Marcellus shale wells in Pennsylvania and how much natural gas they are producing.
No. 1 is a Cabot Oil & Gas Co. well in Susquehanna County.
It produces 30.3 million cubic feet of natural gas per day. That is valued at $58,807 and produces a daily royalty of $7,351.
Eight of the Top 10 wells are in Susquehanna County in north-central Pennsylvania and Cabot owns eight of the Top 10 wellls.
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