External Affairs Coordinator, Cabot Oil & Gas
The Shale Gas News, heard every Saturday at 10 AM on 94.3 FM talked about natural gas pipelines, oil & gas reserves, Invenergy and much more last week.
Every Saturday, Kevin Lynn of Linde Corporation and I co-host a morning radio show to discuss all things natural gas. This week we talked to the US Chamber of Commerce as well.
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The Shale Gas News is typically broadcast live and our November 28th program (click above) covered the following new territory (see news excerpts below):
- Ohio’s Shale Investment Hits $33.7 Billion, Grows by Over 20 Percent in One Year. Much-needed jobs to the economically depressed counties on Ohio’s Appalachia region, which has recently been dubbed the fifth fastest growing economy in the U.S.
- EIA: Shale Rockets U.S. Proved O&G Reserves to New Records. Proved reserves are what’s in the ground now, can be gotten out, and we can prove it.
- Panel fields Invenergy plant queries. Mr. Holland said emissions from the stacks would be all but invisible, except for “heat shimmer.”
- Monster Dry Gas Utica Wells Changing the Picture in the NE. One important note: Utica production, while climbing month after month, is still just a fraction of Marcellus production (about 20% of Marcellus production).
- Natural Gas Pipelines Must Be Part of the Energy Portfolio. There’s plenty of domestic natural gas available — we just don’t have a way to get it here.
- Maine Also Needs Natural Gas Pipelines—to Access Cheaper, Domestic Supply. For the first quarter of 2015, home electricity prices in New England averaged nearly 21 cents per kilowatt-hour — two-thirds higher than the U.S. average — according to federal data.