David Perotto
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Interesting research on Utica/Point Pleasant
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Rick Jul 4.

Geauga County new permit by Chesapeake
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New permit just showed up, this is the same pad (Mast Gea) that Chesapeake had a test well on in 2012 (I think the year is right). Anyone hearing what is going on here? Maybe they are going to…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by MJ Jun 20.

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Barry Dyngel replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Park Foundation exposed yet again'
"I've always found it hypocritical that the anti oil and gas folks tell us that we can't trust studies that show shale development can be performed safely. They tell us that we can't trust those studies because "some" of the…"
Jul 23
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Park Foundation exposed yet again

http://www.philanthropyroundtable.org/topic/excellence_in_philanthropy/gas_heatYes it is time to shed light on the infamous Park Foundation. Please take the time to read this unbiased but revealing article. It really reveals the nuts and bolts to this anti-American organization. My conclusion is that they are simply anti-capitalist socialists whom should not have the influence that they currently have.…See More
Jul 23
Joe Shervinski replied to David Perotto's discussion 'Natural gas pricing for the upcoming year'
"I wish I knew where the support is and I was hoping the market was just headed far enough to close a couple of gaps, but we passed those points already and even begun to gap down. Is this an exhaustive gap or is the train headed south full speed…"
Jul 22
David Perotto replied to Ron Eiselstein's discussion '"North Vs. the South"'
"It has the carbonate as well. To quote the referenced article cited by Ron The reason for this is shale development and exploration is highly driven by new technology, Dick adds. As these companies become more adept at perfecting completion…"
Jul 20
David Perotto replied to Ron Eiselstein's discussion '"North Vs. the South"'
"I think this is how most "plays" work: They find the easiest areas to develop (southern's porosity is easy) and they get a foothold. As the play matures and they learn what works in the play, they move to the more difficult areas…"
Jul 20
David Perotto replied to elliemae82's discussion 'Is Ashtabula High Risk Area???'
"Could it also act to reduce pressure in a Utica horizontal frac completion? If true, that could lower production?"
Jul 19
David Perotto replied to Barry Dyngel's discussion 'Buying Trumbull County'
"The Jewett 1H (BP well) showed up in the ODNR new permit list yesterday. Status is "producing". Anyone know why a new permit was issued?"
Jul 16
David Perotto replied to Frank Walker's discussion 'Not a good time for the polar vortex'
"Frank, The EIA has stated that we are still very low for NG storage in its most recent report: Inventory build is greater than average. The net injection reported for the week ending July 4 was 93 Bcf, 21 Bcf larger than the 5-year average net…"
Jul 13
David Perotto posted a discussion

The truth always rises to the top. American Council for Science & Health endorses fracing

http://acsh.org/2014/06/fracking-safe-efficient-path-energy-independence/Lies will eventually be exposed, this group obviously sees the truth. Share this with your friends and spread the good news.See More
Jul 12
David Perotto replied to Joseph-Ohio's discussion 'Tight Oil In The Northern Utica'
"Did you see the government taxing the oil at 100%? The article states that the tax makes development uneconomical. Our elected officials should all read this!!"
Jul 11
David Perotto replied to Ron Eiselstein's discussion '"Riddle: What do most of the northern Utica wells have in common?"'
"A little light to shed. Click on this link: http://www.eogresources.com/investors/investor_pres.html and read the June presentation by Enron. It is interesting how they have increased their production substantially in the Eagleford over the last…"
Jul 10
David Perotto replied to Linda Lantz's discussion 'clarion county'
"Farmgas, Consul & Range both like the Marcellus in both Indiana & Jefferson. Senece likes Jefferson for Marcellus as well. Good thickness and depth in both counties. Both counties have some good producing wells - some underperforming…"
Jul 8
David Perotto replied to Linda Lantz's discussion 'clarion county'
"I am not sure. I will look at some reports and take a guess. These other areas have been more of my focus in reading, but I have all kinds of maps/presentations saved and can look those areas over. "
Jul 8
David Perotto replied to Linda Lantz's discussion 'clarion county'
"Buddy, I really think it is a total demand thing. Only so much demand and therefore only so many rigs to drill. The infrastructure is something that can be built out and will once they move that way. Patience is the play of the day in central/nw PA.…"
Jul 8
Bill Simpson left a comment for David Perotto
"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…"
Jul 8
David Perotto replied to Linda Lantz's discussion 'clarion county'
"Eight horizontal wells in production, so not much. According to Range Resources, most of the county is in the triple play of upper devonian, marcellus & utica. Hang tite and you will be rewarded."
Jul 8

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New York
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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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