David Perotto
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Park Foundation exposed, yet again.
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Park Foundation shenanigans detailed in this piece: …Continue

Tags: foundation, park

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark McGrail Apr 14.

New study reveals: "No signature elements associated with Marcellus Shale"
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To all of the fear mongers, every day new studies are concluded and refute the anti-fracing claims. Here is yet one more nail for the coffin:…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Litwinowicz Jan 30.

Marcellus exceeding expectations
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A new report showing the Marcellus production results: …Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ron Eiselstein Oct 24, 2013.

Production Decline Curve Data
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From Marcellus Gas.org:In an effort to gain a better understanding of what the true production drop-off is for PA unconventional gas wells, our database team developed a more comprehensive analysis…Continue

Tags: data, production, Pennsylvania

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alan Emerick Oct 18, 2013.

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David Perotto replied to Ron Eiselstein's discussion '"The Northern Utica is Dead, my A#s!"'
"To continue this pump thought, I found this on the Eagle Ford Forum: Eagle Ford As previously announced, at Abraxas’ Jourdanton prospect in Atascosa County, Texas, the Blue Eyes 1H averaged 405 boepd (383 barrels of oil per day, 134 mcf of…"
Mark McGrail replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Park Foundation exposed, yet again.'
"Thanks for the post David. One of the claims made by the anti shale folks is that our regulators are corrupt, or that people that support shale development are corrupt. The true corruption lies at their feet."
Apr 14
David Perotto replied to Ron Eiselstein's discussion '"BP To Sell Trumbull Utica Wells and Leases"'
"Hi Ron, Great to see you back! BP has never seemed to be that focused on the Utica, no surprise that they are pulling out. As you state, patience everyone - it will happen in Trumble & Ashtabula. Dave"
Apr 14
paleface replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Park Foundation exposed, yet again.'
" Dave a Leopard never changes his dots."
Apr 14
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Park Foundation exposed, yet again.

Park Foundation shenanigans detailed in this piece: http://www.jlcny.org/site/index.php/news-articles/32-frontpage/1982-environmentalist-foundations-fund-anti-fossil-fuel-echo-chamberYou do have to admit, these people are not stupid. Misguided socialists, but smart none the less.See More
Apr 14
David Perotto commented on Finnbear's group 'Ashtabula County, OH'
"Keep your eye on Enron Oi & Gas, particularly their Gonzalez, Wilson County Eagle Ford wells. They are figuring out how to extract oil from shallower strata. As this is perfected, it will come to Ashtabula. Patience will be necessary, it is not…"
Apr 13
David Perotto replied to Ann Ticopa's discussion '"Case Studies: Assessing the Costs and Benefits of Natural Gas Development"' in the group Tioga County, PA
"Ann, Sorry but I never Got past page one "funded by the Heintz & Park Foundation". There is no chance it is an ubiased report, plain and simple. Dave"
Apr 11
David Perotto replied to deer spotter's discussion 'Chevron'
"A bit perplexing for myself. I can see them drilling for Utica, Marcellus & Rhinestreet. But the Burkett? According to Range's powerpoint from last fall, the Burkett is about 10 feet thick in Venango. Maybe Chevron saw something that Range…"
Mar 31
David Perotto replied to deer spotter's discussion 'Chevron'
"No production numbers from PA DEP site. Probably waiting on pipelines. The fact that they permitted two new wells is very good news, they saw something in the first well to give them reason to believe the area is economic."
Mar 30
David Perotto replied to bo boboski's discussion 'Disposal well'
"1000 is ridiculous for the risks you are now partnered with. An attorney is a must to protect yourself. You MUST be properly indemnified and held harmless. And what if an earthquake destroys structures?"
Mar 23
David Perotto replied to Frank Nesmith's discussion 'Forced Pooling and why we should all be against it.'
"I have stated in the past, on this site, that consider the anti-fracers in this equation. For an example, an O&G company wants to create a 640 acre unit and there is one anti-fracer  holding up the formation of the unit.…"
Mar 16
David Perotto replied to elliemae82's discussion 'Is Ashtabula High Risk Area???'
"Elliemae, I don't believe they are afraid of earthquakes. The fear is economic recovery of the oil and gas. At the shallower depths there is less pressure to force the product out of the ground. In the Eagle Ford, Enron has been drilling in…"
Mar 16
David Perotto replied to Utica Shale's discussion '4 -> 5 -> 11 Earthquakes near Hillcorps CLL Well in Poland, Ohio'
"Here is a different angle on this debate. Lets say, for argument sake, that HVHF can induce seismic events. Would gas frac technology be less likely to cause such events?"
Mar 14
David Perotto and Brent Laner are now friends
Mar 7
David Perotto replied to Charles Randolph's discussion 'Tioga SWEPI Stacked Pays'
"Paul, I read this study a couple of years ago: http://www.osti.gov/scitech/servlets/purl/895657 Page 95 has the conclusions and may be "cliff notes" for the report. The Trenton Black River, according to the authors of this, has economic…"
Mar 5
David Perotto replied to Charles Randolph's discussion 'Blending Renewables and Natural Gas'
"Hey Charles, Can we kiss and make up?? (lol) I agree with you , blending is the best approach. Dave"
Mar 4

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What is your role in the Marcellus?
Why are you here?
Learning, Leasing Your Land, Selling Royalties
Which state(s) are you following?
New York
What shale plays do you follow?
Marcellus, Utica
Tell us your story...
just reading about it & learning

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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.



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