As a Pennsylvania-based company with regional headquarters in Cranberry Township, Butler County, Rex has been operating in the region for the better part of seven years. We deeply value our mineral and landowner partners and strive to be responsible neighbors in the communities where we operate through partnering with local community groups, setting and adhering to high operational standards and developing energy in a safe and environmentally responsible manner.
As you may know, the assets to be acquired by Rex from a Shell affiliate are located in Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Lawrence, Mercer and Venango counties in Pennsylvania and Columbiana and Mahoning counties in Ohio. We expect this transaction to be finalized around the second week of September. Importantly, the terms of your lease will not change.
As this process advances, we encourage you to ask questions through the form below and review several of the questions that have already been asked by some of your neighbors.
This is a transformational moment for our company as well as the community and we’re excited to be partnering with you to expand our regional operations. As we embark on this exciting journey together, we look forward to getting to know you and your community even better and working collaboratively to ensure that the clean-burning natural gas resources are developed safely and responsibly.
Senior Vice President
Rex Energy Corporation
This list will be updated as additional questions are submitted.
How do I know if my Shell lease is part of this transaction?
How many wells does Rex currently have in its Butler Operation area?
When will my lease be developed?
Will Rex be hiring more employees?
How many acres does Rex have under lease in western Pennsylvania?
What are the phases of the well development process?