David Perotto
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New Assessment of the Utica Shale
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Utica potential has been revised up, click on the link for the full story. …Continue

Tags: Map, Shale, Utica

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mike Murphy Jul 17, 2015.

USA Today backs fracing!
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Started this discussion. Last reply by David Perotto Jul 8, 2015.

Say no to PA's John Quigley
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John Quigley is up for the secretary of environment protection. Call your PA state representative and tell them not confirm this anti-fossil fuel disciple. Read below for background:…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Frank Walker Jun 3, 2015.

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David Perotto replied to Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)'s discussion 'Obama's Most Egregious Attack on Gas & Oil Yet'
"One word, socialism."
Friday
David Perotto replied to Paul Heckbert's discussion 'Did Flint's water become poisoned because of political favors to frackers?'
"A new low for Paul, pathetic stretch by any sane person's measure."
Jan 25
David Perotto replied to Mike Murphy's discussion 'Will You Buy Cheseapeake and/or Southwestern Energy in 2016?'
"Stay away from Chessy. I would buy swn, personally I just bought upl. These seem to have found their bottom range and have future upside. You may not see a return for a bit, but they will go up."
Jan 10
David Perotto replied to Sabreena's discussion 'Gulfport Energy Request for W-9's'
"Sounds like they are getting ready to renew your secondary term and will be paying you, just verify before returning the w-9"
Nov 8, 2015
David Allen Lilly replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Average royalty earned = $24,000 per acre'
"You should try stand up comedy, or maybe circus clown. Yer entire comment is in-accurate but I have dialed you up for what you are."
Oct 16, 2015
Oil & Gas replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Average royalty earned = $24,000 per acre'
"Please answer this question honestly: are you upset because of the video I posted, or the fact that you and your wife leased yinz 1 acre to a company that has never drilled well? Life must be frustrating under a B3 Minerals lease. I forgive you for…"
Oct 16, 2015
David Allen Lilly replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Average royalty earned = $24,000 per acre'
"Yes, I am serious. Your comment and link violate site rules, which is why you got "suspended". Yet you knowingly re-posted it. I suspect you are not accurately representing yourself because you  are involved with those who would give…"
Oct 16, 2015
Oil & Gas replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Average royalty earned = $24,000 per acre'
"David is this serious. The prices the way they are I wasn't unitized it's not getting drilled anytime soon !     I've got other land producing to and you should see those checks! I had no other choice if i wanted to see…"
Oct 16, 2015
David Allen Lilly replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Average royalty earned = $24,000 per acre'
"uldg uessI"
Oct 16, 2015
Oil & Gas replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Average royalty earned = $24,000 per acre'
"Last time I tried to post this my account got suspended, but I'm going to try again. These guys really helped me out and if anyone here is in the same situation I was, I'd highly encourage you to give them a call. If you ask for a…"
Oct 14, 2015
Bluflame replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Average royalty earned = $24,000 per acre'
"  However, Rice makes a legitimate argument. Hedging is a form of "educated" gambling. The actual price can either exceed or fall short of the contracted "hedged" price. Rice would get an equal amount of irate calls if their…"
Oct 13, 2015
alexandra replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Average royalty earned = $24,000 per acre'
"I am in SE Bradford County, Pa. and I got less than 40% of that.  Would be wonderful if that ever happened here."
Oct 9, 2015
Ron Hale replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Average royalty earned = $24,000 per acre'
"Let me do the math.  $190,000 divided by $16 an acre per month = 989.6 Years to reach the $190K payout. The well will be dry in 10 years or so. Further proof that something is terribly wrong in Ohio."
Oct 9, 2015
David Perotto replied to Mike Murphy's discussion 'Mark Ruffalo Urges Pennsylvania Governor to Enact Immediate Fracking Moratorium'
"Actually they are flat out lying. Their water was already contaminated, their land is fine and there are no cancer clusters. The only complaint with merit is the increased trucking."
Oct 9, 2015
Bluflame replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Average royalty earned = $24,000 per acre'
"Thanks, Hopeful. Your site name nicely captures the spirit of all of us royalty owners! BluFlame"
Oct 8, 2015
Hopeful replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Average royalty earned = $24,000 per acre'
"See my answer about hedging above. Companies do not pass along hedge profits/losses to royalty owners."
Oct 8, 2015

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just reading about it & learning
What is your role?
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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