Archive for July 28th, 2011

Three NY State Counties Along Border with PA Will be Focal Point for Marcellus Drilling According to Experts

Three New York State counties that sit on the border with Pennsylvania will likely be the first, and biggest beneficiaries of Marcellus Shale drilling when it finally begins in New York. Those counties are Broome, Tioga and Chemung. That prediction comes from two of the most prominent geologists in the Marcellus Shale:

How Much Should Landowners be Paid for Marcellus Pipelines on Their Property?

With an increase in the number of Marcellus gas wells drilled, comes an increase in the need for pipelines to get that gas to market. Local pipelines that gather the gas and take it to a compressor station where it’s then sent to a larger pipeline, and pipelines that bring water to drilling sites, can […]

Altoona Water Authority Expands Sale of Treated Wastewater to Marcellus Drillers in PA

The Altoona [PA] Water Authority is looking to expand its program to sell treated sewage wastewater to Marcellus drillers in central PA.

Cabot Operational Update: 81 Horizontal Marcellus Wells Producing 420-430 Mmcf of Gas Per Day

Houston-based Cabot Oil & Gas just released its quarterly operations update. Cabot reports the following about its operations in the Pennsylvania Marcellus Shale region:


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