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Energy Education Is Fun and Engaging with MOLU

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External Affairs Coordinator, Cabot Oil & Gas

 

The Mobile Offshore Learning Unit (MOLU) is a fun, hands-on learning approach to teaching energy education and it is on the way to Pennsylvania.

Cabot is excited to announce the Mobile Offshore Learning Unit, or MOLU, is visiting Pennsylvania. This unit, created by the Offshore Energy Center, features six self-contained learning centers with curriculum-based, hands-on activities about energy and the technologies and sciences involved with the oil and natural gas industry with a curriculum based on state and national standards.

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PA Agriculture Benefits From the Shale Revolution

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PA Farm Country Radio

 

The Shale Revolution has been critical to PA’s agriculture, enabling farmers to keep and grow their farms while reducing costs on energy and supplies.

Everywhere one turns in the rural areas of Pennsylvania from Washington County in the southwest to Susquehanna County in the northeast, the shale revolution is boosting agriculture. Whether it is providing new sources of farm capital, lowering fuel and fertilizer costs, providing off-farm employment or maintaining the critical infrastructure needed by the industry, shale gas is having a very positive impact on agriculture.

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Dual Credit Program Designed for Student Success

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Director, External Affairs at Cabot Oil & Gas

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Susquehanna County Career and Technical Center is now offering a new dual credit program with Lackawanna College which is designed for student success.

Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center (SCCTC) is once again charting new territory in the education arena. SCCTC has ten new pioneers in its classroom as it pilots a new dual credit program with Lackawanna College.  My discussion with the group of select students focused on how fortunate they are and how they are responsible for the next generation of students to follow in their footsteps.

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Cabot’s “Fill a Glass with Hope” Far Exceeds Goal

shale gas news - desRosiers_headshotBill desRosiers
External Affairs Coordinator, Cabot Oil & Gas

 

Cabot’s Fill a Glass with Hope program, which provides milk to help local families in Susquehanna County, has exceeded its goal beyond expectation.

Brittany Ramos recently detailed on Well Said the extraordinary work by Feeding Pennsylvania to bring fresh milk to Pennsylvania families in need through the Fill a Glass with Hope program. In 2016, the inaugural year, Feeding Pennsylvania announced an ambitious goal of distributing 2 million servings of milk. And at the 2017 Farm Show, Feeding Pennsylvania Executive Director Jane Clements-Smith announced 2.3 million servings of milk were distributed, far above the original goal.

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Think About Energy Event Emphasizes Growth & Infrastructure

shale gas news - desRosiers_headshotBill desRosiers
External Affairs Coordinator, Cabot Oil & Gas

 

Speakers at the Think About Energy Briefing discussed the importance of infrastructure, education investment and business opportunities.

On January 18th, seventy-five business leaders, educational professionals, and politicians came together for an event titled Think About Energy at Lehigh Valley Career & Technical Institute in Schnecksville, Pa. The event discussed current trends and topics in the energy industry including abundant natural gas production from the Marcellus Shale, critical infrastructure constraints, aligning education with industry employment needs, downstream value-added opportunities, and opportunities for combining heat and power. This event is the 10th installment in an ongoing series.

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Natural Gas Pipelines Deliver Energy Savings

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Director, External Affairs at Cabot Oil & Gas

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PA shale gas has already delivered energy savings to so many families & businesses in the Commonwealth, the PennEast will deliver those saving even further.

Residents across Pennsylvania take comfort. If you use natural gas or electricity (increasingly fueled by natural gas) for heating, cooking and everyday uses, Pennsylvania’s natural gas producers are ready for this upcoming winter.

At Cabot, we produce over 1.5 billion cubic feet of natural gas every day from Pennsylvania’s vast shale supplies. Cabot’s development in Northeastern Pennsylvania helped the commonwealth become the country’s second-largest natural gas producing state in 2015, as Pennsylvania’s natural gas production exceeded 4.6 trillion cubic feet.

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Constitution Pipeline Grabs Important Legal Support

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Jim Willis
Editor & Publisher, Marcellus Drilling News (MDN)

 

The Natural Gas Supply Association, and other organizations, supported the Constitution Pipeline by filing an appeal against NY DEC.

It was perhaps the sleaziest of his sleazy political moves. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo made a non-science-based political decision to deny the Constitution Pipeline stream crossing permits in April. The man is a menace to all New Yorkers. He caves to his radical, fringe left on a regular basis. He did it again with his decision to deny the Constitution Pipeline.

Williams, Cabot and the other partners in the project are not taking it laying down.  Consequently, they sued New York in federal court. There is a very real possibility that the court will neuter NY’s decision-making role in the project. The Constitution doesn’t stand alone. A number of national industry organizations are already coming to the Constitution’s defense.

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The West Virginia Floods; A Disaster Needing Our Attention

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Director, External Affairs at Cabot Oil & Gas

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Recent West Virginia Floods have received scant media attention but oil and gas companies have been there to help and you can make a difference, too.

Several West Virginia counties were devastated by floods caused by heavy thunderstorms at the end of last month. Authorities have stated 23 people lost their lives. They warn this number may rise in the coming weeks. Thousands are left homeless after the complete devastation of homes and businesses. We all need to pitch in to help.

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Constitution Pipeline Deadline Approaches: Time to Get Tough

Marcellus Pipelines - Jim Willis reportsJim Willis
Editor & Publisher, Marcellus Drilling News (MDN)

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Representatives from the approved Constitution Pipeline met with Cuomo’s top aide to answer questions about the held up project nearing the April deadline.

The Constitution Pipeline is a badly needed natural gas pipeline that would run ~125 miles from the gas fields of Susquehanna County, PA up into New York–all the way to Schoharie County, NY–where it would intersect with the Iroquois Pipeline and the Tennessee Gas Pipeline. The $683 million project would pump 650 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) of PA shale gas to markets throughout the northeast and potentially into New England.

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Lesson from Dimock: Damages Are For Everyone

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Bill Shaughnessy
Wayne County, Pennsylvania Landowner

 

The Dimock verdict offers a lesson, Bill Shaughnessy observes. Life is an endless opportunity for wealth if you know how to fake it.

Today, following the Dimock verdict, I’m wondering why I do what I do to fight for our rights as landowners; why I sometimes hang around the same circles as Maya van Rossum and friends just to get some info that may help our cause. I guess in one way we are lucky. We are just as intelligent as we were two days ago, while public opinion and a fractivist sympathetic media has collectively dropped the IQ of the rest of the world double digits with the coverage of this case (not to mention the insanity of the verdict). Perhaps it’s also a learning opportunity for all of us.

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