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Questions persist in Lupo case

February 17, 2013

The story line on shale oil and natural gas hasn’t changed — done safely, it has the power to change the world and make an impact, as large or larger than steel, on the Mahoning Valley....

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Feb-20-13 1:45 PM

Loopy the lump should never be allowed to be involved in this type of business ever again. If somebody is caught using him as a silent partner they should loose the ability as well.

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Feb-20-13 1:44 PM

Sweet CompMan.

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Feb-17-13 2:31 PM

Neighbors near 82 & Warner Rd mounted a campaign with ODNR,State House and Senate leadership as well as with Brookfield and Vienna trustees against D & L Energy's applied permit for an injection well. Whilst we support the responsible harvesting of natural gas, an injection well in a residental neighborhood with out public water did not make for safety and health reasons. D & L Energy also caused us concern as being the lessee due to their past, and now present, alleged illegal activity. Their choice of land to conduct injection well business was a first flag. Whilst this permit is stopped we will be watching to see if D & L Energy sells the lease on this property. If so we will continue with our concerns at that time. But for now we are encouraged as to the responsiveness and support from those we contacted.

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Feb-17-13 6:45 AM

Make the environmental protection laws so tough that these rouge operators be afraid to anything outside the law. Putting Lupo away for the rest of his life would be a start - 3 years for each dump times 20 should do it. Fracking is turning into an environmental disaster for Ohio.

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