Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (Oct 3): CNX Gas Corp. chief: Slow down or stop gas drilling Gas prices are depressed right now. The question is, how long will it go on? While prices are low, CNX Gas CEO Nick DeIuliis says drillers have to remember to be good business people and slow down or stop drilling to […]
Archive for October 4th, 2009
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Oct 3): House budget unlikely to advance Pennsylvania still has not adopted a budget for the new fiscal year. Part of the wrangling is how to raise taxes to meet the ever growing demand of government to transfer wealth from the producers of society to the non-producers. In PA, the Democrats want to […]
Toxins tied to fish kill may have hitchhiked: Investigators weigh whether mining equipment is culprit
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Oct 4): Toxins tied to fish kill may have hitchhiked: Investigators weigh whether mining equipment is culprit A highly speculative and irresponsible article trying to tie an algae buildup along the Pennsylvania-West Virginia border to drilling for natural gas. I would go as far as saying it’s pure fantasy. But that’s what passes […]
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle (Oct 4): Focus of natural gas exploration in Pa., not N.Y. Not a lot of interest in this article. But there’s this useful paragraph: Fortuna Energy Inc. of Chemung County, for example, has spent $350 million since April on wells in Pennsylvania, said spokesman Mark Scheuerman.
Press & Sun-Bulletin (Oct 3): Natural gas quest: DEC investigating disposal of fluids by drilling vendor Pretty much a non-story story, typical “hit piece” by leftist media. There is a company providing chemicals for drilling, for Pennsylvania companies (PA because so far, since there IS no drilling in New York). Said company, Northeast Mud Services […]