Archive for July 22nd, 2011
From time to time businesses contact MDN to ask for exposure to their product or service. Most times MDN passes because it wouldn’t be of interest to landowners and industry participants. However, we recently received a request about an intriguing green solution for fracking wastewater. What if you could use algae to feed on fracking […]
Anti-drilling group PennFuture is suing driller Ultra Resources claiming they are causing air pollution from almost all of their operations. A copy of the lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania is embedded below.
The Joint Landowners Coalition of New York (JLCNY) is encouraging landowners in New York State to thank Gov. Andrew Cuomo for his actions in lifting the gas drilling moratorium, and encourage him to keep the process moving along quickly. How? By printing and signing a letter saying just that. The JLCNY has produced a form […]
On June 23, 2011, the Susquehanna River Basin Commission (SRBC) approved the release and publication of a Proposed Rulemaking package which, if finally adopted after being subject to public review and comment, would make certain changes to 18 CFR Part 806. The purpose of the regulatory amendments set forth in this proposed rulemaking is to […]
MDN has recently highlighted a few articles about the increase in activity in Eastern Ohio with new leases being signed. MDN is written from the Southern Tier of New York, so Ohio is not normally my beat. From the press accounts, it appeared to me (in fact it was referenced in the original articles) that […]