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  • The Natural Gas 'Ponzi Scheme' [View article]
    As much as I wanted to believe that NG could replace stinky diesel trucks, but I'd rather the status quo than extreme weather events taking out my home, jobs and food sources. Methane leaks speeds up global manmade warming!
    Sep 2, 2012. 10:11 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Natural Gas 'Ponzi Scheme' [View article]
    TXDOT admits they have been undercharging for truck permits and that unprecendented amounts are being directed towards areas where those trucks have trashed the roads. Rumor has it that the Chesapeake building in Ft Worth is up for my lease, my contact person was laid off. My former contact person, Tony Rutigliano, went "back" to work for the City of Arlington in an indirect job capacity. The city is in bed with the frackers.
    Sep 2, 2012. 10:02 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Natural Gas 'Ponzi Scheme' [View article]
    Saw it, watch the rebuttal 'The Sky is Pink". Then go to my website BarnettShaleHell, and see and hear testammony with facts on how Arlington TX is doing with their 55 plus padsites. Or just go to Youtube and type in " Visit Industrialized Arlingotn TX Cowboy Stadium URBAN Drilling" and read the points of where we went wrong in protecting the citizens.
    Sep 2, 2012. 09:54 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Natural Gas 'Ponzi Scheme' [View article]
    I'd say for those that collected lease bonuses like me during the "unenlightened to pollution period" when the speculation was at a frenzy and for those cities like Arlington TX who banked on allowing them in...that they got in on the winning payoff side (Arlingotn has 80 million I think in their drilling revenues fund) was a zero sum game and the drillers for the longterm investment the towns made in industrializing themselves....not such a good deal....especially if these wells are not being choked down during this low price of NG environment
    Aug 28, 2012. 06:09 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Natural Gas 'Ponzi Scheme' [View article]
    and there has been talk of re-fracking those wells after so much time has past (some say 5 years- others talk of wells are being re-worked, nitro lifted, & lift compressors added.....) who can tell me if there is such a thing as a re-fracked horizontal well?...has it actually happened yet? I heard that with horizontal drilling that re-fracking isn't feasbile..I read in a blog on the gohaynesville site that "Les is not technically feasible to re frac horizontal, multi-stage frac'd wells. The decline in flowing pressure is expected and occurs in both vertical and horizontal producing formations."
    Aug 28, 2012. 06:04 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Natural Gas 'Ponzi Scheme' [View article]
    Oopsy daisy Mr richard48.....these ain't your grandpa's wells
    Aug 28, 2012. 05:58 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Natural Gas 'Ponzi Scheme' [View article]
    yeah and the people near the sinkhole in Louisiana too are finding "enlightenment" if storage caverns are NOT gonna work out for us, then that puts even more of a pickle into the mix
    Aug 28, 2012. 05:54 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Natural Gas 'Ponzi Scheme' [View article]
    it should be public info to know via the production reports what the choke ratio is .......
    Aug 28, 2012. 05:47 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Natural Gas 'Ponzi Scheme' [View article]
    The more planes in the sky, the more chances of crashes, only with shale accidents, air & soil pollution, and migration issues; the difference is that people have no choice but to live near where they drill if they were there first.
    Aug 28, 2012. 02:42 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Natural Gas 'Ponzi Scheme' [View article]
    So if over 500,000 shale wells have been drilled in recent years, then those people are the "entlightened" ones to air, soil and water pollution issues and those like near that disposal site in Arkansas who saw the migration of the drilling waste fluids...
    I would think that going long on natural gas might be safer than investing in these drilling companies who get the tarsands sued out of them.
    Aug 28, 2012. 01:05 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • How To Play A Rebound In Natural Gas Prices [View article]
    Matthew..."That's my good dead for mankind..." spot on even though you prob meant to say good deal. BTEX sux especially in folk's backyards and schoolyards.
    Jun 28, 2012. 02:33 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Can Shale Gas Ever Be Profitable? [View article]
    Whether or not it is SAFE to drill near people will be the resistance that eventually kill off urban drilling and we will oust out officials that are NOT demanding 1) electric drilling rigs, 2) technology to keep the frack sand, toxic silica dust our of our lungs during fracturing, and to 3) flowback IMMEDIATELY into separators and pipelines and NOT waft the NBTEX, frack chemicals, NORM, heavy metals and other nasties into our air shed.
    Jun 13, 2012. 03:24 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment