Shale Gas News – August 22, 2015

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


The Shale Gas News, heard every Saturday at 10 AM on 94.3 FM talked about the EPA’s new methane rules, pipelines, struggling upstate NY jobs 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.

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The Shale Gas News is typically broadcast live and our August 22nd program (click above) covered the following new territory (see news excerpts below):

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2 thoughts on “Shale Gas News – August 22, 2015


    What do you make of this democratic party presidential candidate, Bernie Sanders, and his stated policy on fracking and energy according to “”?

    Is is possible that the senator from Vermont has changed his mind about fracking and natural gas and that this “feel the bern” website is not portraying Sander’s energy policy correctly. Inquiring minds want to know.

    I’m also curious because I am reading lots of articles about how millenials heart bernie (via the Guardian or the newyorker: or how bushwick is for bernie—yqnTqFsWBlSH2/

    Oddly both millenials for bernie social media site mentioned in the article on bushwick and this people for bernie site,, direct to the same place: A People for Bernie website started it seems by veteran grassroots organizers of Occupy Wall Street.

    I’m curious as to what Bernie Sanders actual position is on natural gas producton in the United States of America and for that matter the other Democratic contenders in the running but so far don’t see this info in the news or even registering as a question asked by media. How else will these millenials and occupiers be able to make sure that they vote for the right candidate or the rest of the public for that matter?

    Aren’t the 2016 conventions for both parties being held in gas producing states or states with shale plays?

    • Karen,
      You might want to look into Vermont’s “Cow Power” program.
      While in theory it would help supplement power used by farms, it still only goes so far if there is not enough manure to put the facility off the grid and/or due to existing infrastructure or a lack thereof, getting a supply chain of manure to a centralized digester may not be feasible for energy production. Of course, you then have to build a electrical transmission line to the grid and that may have socio-economic and environmental issues.

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