The Marcellus shale in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New York, once thought to be played out, is now estimated to hold 168-516 TCF still available with horizontal drilling. It has been suggested that the Marcellus shale and other Devonian shales of the Appalachian Basin, could supply the northeast U.S. with natural gas. In November 2008, Chesapeake Energy, which held 1.8 million net acres of oil and gas leases in the Marcellus trend, sold a 32.5% interest in its leases to StatoilHydro of Norway, for $3.375 billion.
RMA has a global client who’s an industry leading OEM of equipment sold into the Oil and Gas market. We are seeking a proven strategic marketing leader who’s created and driven successfully a go to market plan to attack the Marcellus shale market in the N.E.
For more information contact Russ Mountain, C.P.C. Rmountain@www.rmasales.com