David Perotto
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Energized fracturing (CO2 & N)
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Interesting article on alternative fracturing. GasFrac is not as novel as I once thought, energized fracing appears to go back to the 1970's. Who knew??…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Perotto Jan 19.

Talking points to rebut NY's shortsighted ban
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We all need to arm ourselves with facts to debunk what just happened in NY. Please read, digest and retell this to everyone that you speak with. The truth needs to be known.…Continue

Tags: ban, fracking, NY

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dan Warner Dec 19, 2014.

US Senate catching on to environmentalists
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Finally the government may be catching up to the leftist shenanigans of the Park Foundation, Schmidt Foundation and many others. While this report is written by the Senate minority (Republicans) it…Continue

Tags: corruption, environmental

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Litwinowicz Sep 10, 2014.

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David Perotto replied to deutchen's discussion 'High offers to buy minerals'
yesterday
David Perotto replied to deutchen's discussion 'High offers to buy minerals'
"If you really need the money sell, but try for at least 12,000 per acre. If you wait you will be rewarded. Look at the Range Resources company presentation, it tells you the gas in place estimation, that reveals what to expect."
Saturday
David Perotto replied to deutchen's discussion 'High offers to buy minerals'
"15-20 total, one time payment. Nobody is getting 15-20K per month , per acre on royalties."
Jan 20
David Perotto replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Energized fracturing (CO2 & N)'
"Commissioner Martens hasn't released the regs yet, it will be interesting to see what wording they choose. If I was in charge, there is no way  I would attempt NY, but there may be some bold companies willing to venture into NY. The Utica…"
Jan 19
Tim replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Energized fracturing (CO2 & N)'
"There 's a lot to chew on in that piece. What is the specific ban clause in NY state? I am not sure that E & P companies are willing to take on the political risk at this stage, just too much leased acreage that still needs to be…"
Jan 19
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Energized fracturing (CO2 & N)

Interesting article on alternative fracturing. GasFrac is not as novel as I once thought, energized fracing appears to go back to the 1970's. Who knew??http://www.spe.org/jpt/article/6439-shale-revolution-revisits-the-energized-fracture/Maybe we can sneak this into NY??See More
Jan 17
David Perotto replied to Theresa Kolk's discussion 'What's going on in your area?? any info???' in the group Tioga County, PA
"Range Resorces map on page 16 shows the Utica sweet spot. Shell is using that roadmap, page 16: http://media.corporate-ir.net/media_files/IROL/10/101196/presentations/12.15.14%20Monthly%20Presentation.pdf"
Jan 9
David Perotto replied to craig's discussion 'January 3 2015 - Wind Turbine Collapses in Northern Ireland'
"Citing tax subsidies is simply not accurate. One place to see these accounting rules here:http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2014/04/oil-subsidies-renewable-energy-tax-breaks These 4 billion in tax rule breaks are more than offset by the extraction…"
Jan 8
David Perotto replied to Don C's discussion 'Chesapeake pays Salem City 1.25 mill to re-lease.' in the group Columbiana County, OH
"yeah, now I get it. That payment would be for over 300 acres. The reporter has something mis-reported."
Jan 6
David Perotto replied to Don C's discussion 'Chesapeake pays Salem City 1.25 mill to re-lease.' in the group Columbiana County, OH
"I read it as a small amount of the 211 is unitized and producing (recall 28 acres mentioned). The remaining acreage was not HBP and will be in another unit."
Jan 6
David Perotto replied to Tim's discussion 'Shell's 3rd Utica well in NW Tioga PA set to report..........'
"seneca's presentation talks about a Utica delineation well, DCNR Tract 007. This is south of shells Tioga wells. The Utica is deeper as you head south and could be 12,000 depth there."
Jan 5
David Perotto replied to Tim's discussion 'Shell's 3rd Utica well in NW Tioga PA set to report..........'
"Seneca Resources??"
Jan 5
David Perotto replied to Tim's discussion 'Shell's 3rd Utica well in NW Tioga PA set to report..........'
"Tim, Based upon my observations over the development of the Utica play, I conclude the following: -The dry utica sits deeper and thus under more pressure, the pressure coaxs out the gas - Gas migrates more easily than liquids, the utica's low…"
Jan 4
David Perotto replied to Mark McGrail's discussion 'BEST WISHES FOR A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR !'
"And to you as well!!"
Jan 1
David Perotto replied to Frank Walker's discussion 'Still hope for NY NG development as Reed points to possible Congressional intervention'
"I will be suing New York Stat. Back in 2008 Property assessments went up due to speculation of drilling. They took away our abiliy to capitalize on our minerals and is time to hit the state in the pocket book. I can't see how the suit loses,…"
Dec 31, 2014
Dan Warner replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Talking points to rebut NY's shortsighted ban'
Dec 19, 2014

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What is your role in the Marcellus?
Landowner
Which state(s) are you following?
New York
What shale plays do you follow?
Marcellus, Utica
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At 6:19pm on July 8, 2014, Bill Simpson said…
Dave...

Noticed from a previous post that you own property in the Northern part of Ashtabula County. I have acreage probably in the same general area as you. What are your thoughts on where we stand with the Utica. I see only charts and graphs...nothing definitive. Are we light years down the road from anything. Also, in your estimation are we wet or dry? I am a novice to all of this.

Appreciate any response or thoughts you may have.
At 3:04pm on February 19, 2012, Ron Eiselstein said…

Oh,  Forgot to tell you, ran the numbers by Andy and he does not see a problem with those figures, very good news!  But cross your fingers, deal not yet done until it is inked.  Disclosure, conversation is not an agreement, "I guess I have to say this, or maybe I am not suppose to say anything at all :')." 

At 2:58pm on February 19, 2012, Ron Eiselstein said…

Hi David,

I believe all bankruptcy transactions will be with the US Bankruptcy Trustee, Atty. Andrew Suhar.  Both Andy's office and the Bankruptcy court is in downtown Youngstown.  My suggestion is that you open an account with the strongest bank here, Farmers Bank out of Canfield.  As of Friday, I am waiting word from Suhar, but we need to get all the paperwork inorder first from Alden, infact I have not had time to give Alden your check yet but don't worry, he knows of it and we are retained.  Call me if you decide with Farmer's , I will introduce you to the main people there.

Ciao

 
 
 

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