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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

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

Interesting research on Utica/Point Pleasant
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David Perotto replied to Robert Bond's discussion 'Been a month!' in the group Trumbull County, OH
"Gas Frac is a very high risk, very high reward play. In their last quarterly report they admit they are on their last financial leg. They need the Utica result to be positive or adios to them. If they can pull it off, their stock will shoot up. Keep…"
39 minutes ago
David Perotto replied to Mike Murphy's discussion 'First waterless frack in Ohio Utica shale'
"This paragraph is encouraging: "This successful use of hydrocarbon-based fracturing fluids represents a significant advancement in the development of the Eagle Ford Shale in the "black oil" window, which is defined by low gas-oil…"
7 hours ago
David Perotto replied to Jim Litwinowicz's discussion 'Halcon applies for Mercer --> Venango Co pipeline'
"Dont forget Range and Seneca. Both have leaseholds in Venango, "
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Nov 15
Dan replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Average royalty earned = $24,000 per acre'
"Are these calculations per acre per well? No production with our leases yet but they expect 4 wells in our unit from which our royality is to be calculated."
Nov 14
David Perotto replied to Old School Driller Descendant's discussion 'Production Numbers Off The Charts, Where Will It End?'
"Bitter response and quite cynical. Actually this post is offensive to me as well. Your tone needs to change "
Nov 13
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Nov 11
David Perotto replied to Paul Heckbert's discussion 'birth defects near oil and gas wells'
"So Nathan what do you have to say about the state of Colorado saying this: Birth anomalies not linked to common cause, investigation concludes DENVER – An investigation by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment of 22 reported…"
Nov 10
Bluflame replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Average royalty earned = $24,000 per acre'
"  Gulfport, in their investor presentation posted yesterday, predicted EUR for their wet gas wells of 18.2-23.6 BCFE. Their Utica wet gas wells are in the southern sweet spot. Admittedly the addition of the "E" on the end creates yet…"
Nov 8
jason irvine replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Average royalty earned = $24,000 per acre'
"One size does not fit all but in monroe belmont tyler wetzel Marshall Washington and green counties the wells seem to have eur is 9 bil. And up. Paul used the 4 bil. Number and most in those counties especially are higher. The utica wells are…"
Nov 8
Philip Thackray replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Average royalty earned = $24,000 per acre'
"What is being discussed here is the "per lateral" lifetime production.  The Range example David Perotto mentioned is for a 4500 foot lateral. Wet, dry, location, location, location, hard to define a typical well.  Phil"
Nov 8
Thomas Lilli replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Average royalty earned = $24,000 per acre'
"So, in other words, are you saying that, based on subterranean geographic structure, the potential royalty for all formations is the number quoted, regardless of unit size and number of laterals? Strictly output potential of the underlying structure?"
Nov 8
Dexter Green replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Average royalty earned = $24,000 per acre'
"Paul, CHK sold wells that had been online for long enough for the decline to set in.  The expectation of a 4 BCF EUR in the dry Marcellus or Utica is absolutely reasonable.  Heck, COG had a well that did a BCF in its first month."
Nov 8
tom replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Average royalty earned = $24,000 per acre'
"These figures relate to what???????????? DRY gas? WET Gas?  1050 BTU gas?  1350 BTU? I am sure one size does not fit all. "
Nov 7
jason irvine replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Average royalty earned = $24,000 per acre'
"Paul I think you need to do a lot more research before you speak. Look at the statistics. Wells are hitting 30 to 40 mil. Ip's. Choking them to 14 mil. A day which they think could.last for up to a year to year and a half before decline. 4 bil.…"
Nov 7
David Perotto replied to Jack Straw's discussion 'Residual hydraulic fracturing water not a risk to groundwater, study says .........'
"Rodney, First take a deep breath. Second, when you make wild claims such as your last paragraph you need to back up your claims with some real world examples. Only problem is, they dont exist. Quit living in a make believe world. With all of this…"
Nov 7

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Marcellus, Utica
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At 6:19pm on July 8, 2014, Bill Simpson said…

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.



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