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First posted
Sunday November 13, 2011 08:42
Updated
Friday January 27, 2012 13:57

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Friday January 27, 2012 13:57
 

Fracking Gets Its Own Occupy Movement






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Surging prices for oil and natural gas shales, in at least one case rising tenfold in five weeks, are raising concerns of a bubble as valuations of drilling acreage approach the peak that was set before the collapse of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.

Chinese, French and Japanese energy explorers committed more than $8 billion in the past two weeks to shale-rock formations from Pennsylvania to Texas after 2011 set records for international average crude prices and U.S. demand for natural gas.






From: "Michael Fisher" To: bpayne37@comcast.net
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2012 7:33:44 PM
Subject: Shale Oil and Overseas Buyers

Bill,
It is absolutely incredibly to me that the U.S.A. is willing to sell its mineral rights to foreign investors. We find ourselves in a position of strength with these new techniques for extracting oil and gas right here in our own backyard and we are allowing other countries in on the action. In my opinion we should hold onto these reserves and develop them with American companies only in order to gain some ground in becoming energy independent. What we need is 1,000,000 more companies doing exactly what we are doing and bringing these wells online with domestic workers and the profit going right in to the U.S. economy. Think about it for a moment. These overseas companies are spending billions investing into our mineral rights. These are smart companies who can read the writing on the wall. Oil and gas prices will rise dramatically over the next few years and just think about what it will be in 10 or even 20 years. In the not so distant future we will look fondly back onto the days when oil was $150 per barrel. It is economics 1 on 1, oil is a globally driven market and right now we are barely keeping up with demands, but as countries like China's and India's energy demands grow it will push the market over the edge to were the demand outpaces the supply. Once that happens the price of oil will shoot up in order to curb some of those demands back. Now who stands the most to gain when this happens? That's right, the big oil companies. Just take a look at Exxon, those guys are raking in billions in a down economy. But is really is simpler than that, anyone who owns oil wells will be effected in the same positive way. So if you own oil wells you will see the same boom that Exxon does, just on a much smaller scale.

These investors know that the shale formations are the key to future success. According the New York Times, the industry estimates that these shale reservoirs hold two to three times as much oil as Prudhoe Bay, the Alaskan oil field that was the last great onshore discovery. This is incredible and if we, Americans, play our cards right, we can really take advantage of something that will bring in a time of stability and security in the energy market. Just imagine if we didn't have to import any oil. I'm not saying that these oil fields are capable of doing that outright, but it is a huge step in that direction.
Have great evening,
Mike

Frisday December 16, 2011 07:56
 
Delta Petroleum files for Ch.11 bankruptcy

The company, founded in 1984, has focused on finding and developing oil and natural gas wells in the Rocky Mountains. Its luck turned sour this year, however. It was forced to book a $458 million loss in the first nine months of the year, mostly from costs related to drilling dry holes.
 

This past week, the Canandaigua Lake Watershed Council became one of the latest groups to plead formally for protection from the gas drilling procedure, also called hydrofracking, which involves blasting chemical-laced water into the ground. The council consists of leaders representing the 14 municipalities dependent on Canandaigua Lake for their drinking water.

A warning for shale gas investors

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said for the first time it found chemicals used in extracting natural gas through hydraulic fracturing in a drinking-water aquifer in west-central Wyoming.

Samples taken from two deep water-monitoring wells near a gas field in Pavillion, Wyoming, showed synthetic chemicals such as glycols and alcohols “consistent with gas production and hydraulic-fracturing fluids,” the agency said today in an e- mailed statement.

The U.S. gets about one-third of its gas from fracturing, or fracking, in which millions of gallons of chemically treated water and sand are forced underground to break rock and let trapped vapor flow.



The EPA found that compounds likely associated with fracking chemicals had been detected in the groundwater beneath a Wyoming community where residents say their well water reeks of chemicals.  




Audio response to above email Saturday December 3, 2011.

 

Phone call received from Mike Fisher on Monday evening November 21. 2011.
In August, the U.S. Geological Survey said the Marcellus Shale region from New York to Ohio contains some 84 trillion cubic feet of undiscovered, recoverable natural gas, far more than thought nearly a decade ago. Some geologists have put the figure even higher, but those estimates are controversial.

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Sunday November 13, 2011 08:48

http://www.prosefights.org/nmgco/paragon/paragon.htm#mike

Oil and gas investment pitch Friday November 11, 2011.







Phone message for Mike Fisher, Friday November 18, 2011.

Response to above phone message.

Pics will make phone conversation more meaningful.














Barnett Shale info.































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Fracking is a Ponzi Scheme that's nakedly transparent, if you just look at it. Only a fraction of Marcellus wells are productive. And the productive wells loose pressure 10x faster than predicted. Not one single Marcellus well has yet to turn a profit. It will be much more expensive to get this "abundant gas" than the proponents have predicted. But crazy "Get Rich Quick" investment money pours in. PONZI SCANDAL. Just go look at the fracking Ponzi Bust in Fort Worth.


http://www.topix.com/forum/columbus/T7LGR78VJ0R5AUPPN#lastPost


Natural gas production is getting scrutiny.

Cramer interviewed Aubry McClendon of Chesapeake on Wednesday November 16, 2011. 'Cramer is bullish on Chesapeake Energy. '

TV programs advertise to investigate whether natural gas hype is BS or not.


Oilman2 On Fracking

A number of readers have asked me if the recent very out-of-place earthquake up in Oklahoma was caused by oil and gas work. So here's some valuable input to dial into your thinking on such matters from Oilman2 who has forgotten more about really getting oil and gas out of the ground than most folks ever learn...
[W]hile I do agree with the general premise that they follow (slim chance that large quakes are related), what needs to be stated here is that both the oil exploration companies and ANY federal administration (composed of career politicians) DO NOT WANT oilfield hydraulic fracturing linked to small earthquakes and/or changes in the water table or anything else. It is VERY important for both of these groups to maintain that the events are separate and unrelated. ...

Urban Survival
Thursday November 10, 2011


Gas Fracking Probably Caused Earthquakes in U.K.

What is making these possible are new technologies, including the horizontal drilling of wells that start vertically and then turn to run horizontally through energy-rich rocks. Another key technology is hydraulic fracturing, which involves pumping millions of gallons of water and sand, along with chemicals, to break open deeply buried rocks and free oil and natural gas to flow to the surface. ...

Echoing industry concerns, Mr. Hackett said he is worried that anti-drilling sentiment could prevent the projected expansion. The energy industry's use of hydraulic fracturing, in particular, has prompted concerns about pollution; the federal government and several states are studying whether new regulations on water use and air emissions are needed.

Gas drilling poses health risks at every stage

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