Archive for April 28th, 2010

National Fuel Does Pipeline Deal with Statoil and East Resources to Move Marcellus Shale Gas to Canadian & Northeast US Markets

National Fuel has struck a deal with Statoil and East Resources and is expanding two pipelines to handle Pennsylvania Marcellus Shale gas, sending it to markets in Canada and the Northeastern U.S. The announcement says National Fuel will build 16 miles of new pipeline from Corning, NY to Tioga County, PA, and construct a new […]

NY DEC Message to Landowners in New York’s Watersheds: Forget About Drilling

These are the bald facts of life for New York landowners who own land in either the New York City or Syracuse watershed areas and may want to lease their land for Marcellus Shale gas drilling: Forget it. That’s the loud and clear message from NY Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Pete Grannis. After […]

Joint Landowner’s Coalition of NY Makes Appeal to Landowners

The Joint Landowner’s Coalition of NY has put out a plea for donations. Drilling in New York may not happen unless landowners can generate enough noise to break through the resistance in Albany. Here is the letter reproduced in full from the JLCNY: A Message from the JLCNY President Dan Fitzsimmons – April 27, 2010 […]

EQT has Already Drilled 21 Wells in PA Marcellus Shale in 2010 – On Track for 100 Wells This Year

Even though the price of natural gas worldwide is down, EQT Corp saw a big jump in net income (ie profits) largely due to their large increase in gas production in the Marcellus Shale formation in Pennsylvania. In a Pittsburgh Tribune-Review article we learn this about their drilling activities: EQT drilled 21 horizontal wells in […]


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