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We Have the Numbers, So Approve the Constitution Pipeline!

Constitution Pipeline - Dick DowneyRichard Downey
Unatego Area Landowners Association

    
    

Though politics shouldn’t be the criteria, support for the Constitution Pipeline has now been amply demonstrated and it’s time Cuomo approved this project!

“Where are your numbers?”

This was a question Andrew Cuomo asked a Joint Landowners  Coalition (JLCNY) representative in 2011.  Cuomo knew then the antis’ claims were bogus, that upstate development depended on cheap energy, and NYC was switching to gas to meet EPA air quality standards.

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Promotion of CNG Justified Says Scranton Times!

Shale StoryGeorge Stark
Director, External Affairs at Cabot Oil & Gas

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Lackawanna County is looking to convert some of the transit agency’s vans and buses to CNG, saving taxpayers money, while using natural gas drilled in Pennsylvania.

I read with great interest the Scranton Times editorial supporting a compressed natural gas (CNG) station in Lackawanna County. As someone who drives a CNG vehicle, gets it maintained locally and desires to find good uses for locally produced natural gas, a CNG station in Scranton will help the local economy, clean the air and lessen the importance of foreign oil.  Bravo to the Times for promoting the benefits of natural has as a vehicle fuel.

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Widespread Support for Constitution Pipeline

Constitution Pipeline - Dick DowneyRichard Downey
Unatego Area Landowners Association

    

A postcard campaign for the Constitution Pipeline returns over 10,000 replies, showing widespread support for the project, demanding Cuomo approves the pipeline!

Demonstrating overwhelming local support for the proposed Constitution Pipeline, leaders of the Unatego Area Landowner Association (UALA) announced today that they had distributed over 10,000 postcards addressed to Governor Andrew Cuomo demanding that he approve the pipeline and the jobs it will bring to their economically ravaged communities.

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Low-Cost Energy Saving You Money

Shale StoryGeorge Stark
Director, External Affairs at Cabot Oil & Gas

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Low-cost energy is putting money back in your pocket. Natural gas produced from Marcellus Shale is keeping heating costs down, lowing food costs and even helping area families in need.

Did you know low-cost energy is contributing to more savings than just your utility bills?

Energy is something we use every day but tend not to think about too frequently. From heating our homes to charging our phones to cleaning our clothes, energy is something we simply cannot live without. It powers industry and delivers goods to the marketplace. And often we only think about it when there is a shortage or outage.

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Stay Up To Date: Marcellus and Utica Shale Databook 2015

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

 

The Marcellus and Utica Shale Databook 2015 has been released and includes a full account of shale development activity over the three-state region; permits issued, pipelines, leasing, with plenty of data tables and maps.

Wouldn’t it be great if you knew where drilling is about to happen? A sort-of crystal ball so you know who is about to drill, where they are about to drill, and how much they are about to drill? That’s the premise behind the Marcellus and Utica Shale Databook, a 3-volume series published every four months.

In 90 jam-packed pages you will get the latest information on what’s happening (or not happening) with drilling in the Marcellus/Utica region. Continue reading

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Shale Counties Have High Personal Income Growth

NEPA Energy - Johnny Williams Johnny Williams
Freelance Journalist

 

Five of the top seven Pennsylvania’s counties that have high personal income growth are in the Marcellus Shale region according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis’ numbers.

Job growth across rural Pennsylvania counties due to the natural gas industry has been well-documented and understood during its life in the state. Companies moved in, businesses were created, and “For Hire” signs and ads were commonplace.

Of course, with these opportunities came growth, and industry jobs offered a significant opportunity for income as companies sought the vast reserves of natural gas hidden in the Marcellus Shale.

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A Response To The Constitution Pipeline Anti Crowd

Constitution Pipeline - Dick DowneyRichard Downey
Unatego Area Landowners Association

    

As NYC & New England’s demand for gas grows, the Constitution Pipeline will economically transport gas to meet the demand. Why can’t the anti’s make logical sense of this?

The anti-everything-gas crowd are barrel bombing the gas transmission pipelines through their usual public conduits, Letters to the Editor, blogs, You Tube, etc., in order to impede gas from getting to market.Below is my answer to one such letter attacking the Constitution Pipeline. It appeared in the Binghamton Press Sun Bulletin on December 8th.

Philip Kraft misleads in his November 24th Letter to the Editor when he implies that the Constitution Pipeline will ship gas overseas.

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Affordable Natural Gas Keeps UGI Very Busy

NEPA Energy - Johnny Williams Johnny Williams
Freelance Journalist

 

Despite industry slowdown, UGI Utilities is very busy with consumers, both commercial and residential, making the conversion over to affordable natural gas.

While natural gas E&P companies have been riding through tough times this year due to a host of factors, from low natural gas prices to the threat of a crippling severance tax, overall the industry itself has remained quite active. The need for demand growth has been the top solution for gas companies to bring them out of the low, which is something that would benefit all Americans as it will decrease the volatility in under-served regions and give more people access to clean natural gas.

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Susquehanna County Burns Locally Produced Gas

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

 

Thanks to pipeline infrastructure, the residents of Susquehanna County are really benefiting by burning their own low cost, locally produced natural gas.

Susquehanna County, PA, which sits just across the border from where MDN is written in Broome County, NY, is one of the miracles in the Marcellus Shale. Cabot Oil & Gas, among a few other drillers, have extensive operations in Susquehanna County. In fact, all of Cabot’s PA wells are located in that one county, and Cabot produces (at last check) over 1.5 billion cubic feet of natural gas PER DAY. It’s an amazing story.

One of the ironies has always been that rural counties like Susquehanna that produce natural gas often aren’t able to use the gas they produce due to lack of pipeline infrastructure. The entire county has 43,000 residents (11,700 families). The largest “city” in Susquehanna County is the county seat of Montrose, population 1,600 (750 households).

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Supporting Energy Jobs

natural gas industryBrittany Thomas
Coordinator, External Affairs
Cabot Oil & Gas

  

PMA Perspective focuses on supporting energy jobs in their latest program and talks about how the gas industry is helping train its future workforce.  

The following is an episode of PMA Perspective which is produced by the Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association (PMA). PMA is the nonprofit, statewide trade organization representing the manufacturing sector in Pennsylvania’s public policy process.

You can follow PMA’s activities on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. PMA Perspective airs on PCN on Sundays at 5:30 p.m.

The episode focuses on supporting energy jobs and visits two locations in northeastern Pennsylvania helping prepare students for their future careers.

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