UDRBC Seminar Next Week; Lawsuit, Water Quality and Legislative Update

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Next Thursday, May 2, the Upper Delaware River Basin Citizens or UDRBC will be holding a seminar in Lookout, Pennsylvania to talk landowner rights and more.

Be there! The UDRBC, lead by Ned Lang and a large group of Upper Delaware River citizens frustrated with the DRBC’s unjust denial of economic opportunity to the region will be conducting an in-depth discussion of natural gas exploration and development.

The Upper Delaware River Basin Citizens (‘UDRBC’) has announced the topic of its Spring Seminar scheduled for Thursday, May2, 2019 at the Lookout Fire Hall, 2625 Hancock Highway, Equinunk, Pennsylvania.

The seminar will be held from 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM, with lunch provided and will feature numerous speakers. Registration is online at https://udrbc.com under “EVENTS” and space is limited.

Major speakers will include:

udrbcBRIAN ORAM: Brian is a Professional Geologist and Soil Scientist for B.F Environmental Consultants. He is also a Private Well Owner Educator at PACleanwater. Water quality education is both and expertise with this entertaining expert. He knows Northeastern Pennsylvania water and geology like no one else.

Brian’s specialties include well migration issues, natural gas, hydrogeology, carbon sequestering, brine water treatment and water reuse. He will address the relationship between natural gas development and water quality.

udrbcPAT HENDERSON: Pat has over 20 years experience in legislative and executive branches of government, and with leading nationally-recognized energy advocacy trade organizations. 

Pat is currently employed at the Marcellus Shale Foundation. He is an expert on Marcellus Shale development policy and knows government inside and outside.

Pat will address the latest shale gas issues from the perspectives of both industry and policymakers.

udrbcJEFF BELARDI: Attorney Jeffrey Belardi practices out of Scranton, PA and has been licensed for 25 years. He attended Widener University and handles cases in Corporate & Incorporation, Criminal Defense, State, Local And Municipal Law, Litigation. 

Jeff is also one of three attorneys handling the Wayne Land and Mineral Group lawsuit against the DRBC and in defense of landowner rights.

UDRBC President Ned Lang urged everyone interested in the Delaware River, property rights, landowner interests and the economy of the area to attend:

“This will be a fabulous educational event, the second one we’ve done in our effort to speak up for both environmental protection and economic development ,” Lang stated. “We will have three major speakers plus legislators, local officials and interested citizens committed to protecting our rights as residents and landowners. The Delaware is more than a river.”

The Upper Delaware River Basin Citizens is a 501 (c) (4) nonprofit corporation advocating issues for the Upper Delaware River Basin (NE Basin) of Pennsylvania and New York.

udrbcThe Upper Delaware River Basin Citizens is a 501 (c) (4) nonprofit corporation advocating issues for the Upper Delaware River Basin (NE Basin) of Pennsylvania and New York. 

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  1. I know these people. They are dedicated to preserve and protect the Delaware River Basin while at the same time develope its clean burning natural gas resources. They are well educated people with an insight to the preservation of family and property in the boundaries of their towns and farms. They all have extensive knowledge in the drilling industry but even more important then that, they all have been and will remain excellent stewards of the land.

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