Amid Pipeline Obstruction, Another Energy ‘Disaster’ For Cuomo’s New York

Now the City of Buffalo is suffering from Cuomo’s anti-fossil fuel fervor, as a recent Vanity Fair article highlights a $750 million state subsidy Elon Musk’s SolarCity received to open a plant there. And state taxpayers are paying the price. “For $750 million, we’re getting jobs that pay $2 an hour more than Aldi’s,” the story quotes

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New York Politicians Running on Empty and Denying It

Tom ShepstoneNatural Gas NOW … …  New York politicians, still imagining they’re living out their energy fantasies, are refusing to accept facts, as if running on empty through a bad neighborhood. How much self-deception can one practice before submitting to the truth? An infinite amount if New York politicians are any gauge. National Grid and

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More Power Outages Coming to New York, Thanks to Cuomo

 ... … … If you live in New York State you can expect more power outages thanks to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s pandering attempts to curry favor with green energy scammers. New York’s Con Ed has had two major power outages within a two-week period—and the power outages probably will continue given the state’s new policies

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Northeast Gas Shortages Are the Issue; The One Issue That Matters

Tom ShepstoneNatural Gas NOW … …  Northeast gas shortages are what really matter when it comes to fighting back against fracking bans, pipeline obstruction and other fractivist initiatives. There is no doubt the Northeast (everything east from Pennsylvania) is at war over natural gas. Fractivists have been able to successfully demagogue the issue in places

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Fractivist Governor Cuomo Takes Two Bites Out of the Big Apple

Keep It Grounded In Fact(American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers)      Fractivist Governor Cuomo tales two big bites of the Big Apple that continues to elect this corrupt, wannabe Empire State Emperor rather than just Governor. Following the denial of yet another pipeline permit in New York state, National Grid—the nation’s second largest utility—has stopped

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NESE Rejection by Andrew Cuomo Raises Key Questions

Daniel B. Markind, Esq.Flaster Greenberg PC The NESE rejection by Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s DEC raises a whole host of serious questions about economic growth, bond ratings and the future of New York City. At 8:30 p.m. yesterday, the State of New York Department of Environmental Conservation rejected Williams Corporation’s proposal for the Northeast Supply Enhancement (NESE)

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Andrew Cuomo Takes New Yorkers on A Stupid Steamboat Trip

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc. . … Andrew Cuomo is repeating bad history from 1824 by trying to overrule Constitutional protection of free commerce. It’s a steamboat trip to the netherworld. Andrew Cuomo, as I noted the other day, just isn’t that smart, although he’s got lots of street smarts. He also cares nothing for

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New York City to Face Consequences of Cuomo Pipeline Decision

Daniel B. Markind, Esq.Flaster Greenberg PC We’re getting to a decision on the Northeast Supply Enhancement (NESE) project. A Cuomo pipeline decision will have profound consequences for New York City. While little noticed outside of the energy industry, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is about to make one of the seminal decisions of his tenure. Before

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Andrew Cuomo Proves What A Pathetic Governor He Really Is

Tom ShepstoneNatural Gas NOW … …  Andrew Cuomo is clearly trying to position himself to run for President at some point, but his actions show why he’ll never go anywhere outside of New York. Andrew Cuomo is an unusually good demagogue within New York, where city voters dominate and much of the electorate supposes electricity

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Trump’s Pipeline Executive Order Here! It’s VERY Good!

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc.   President Donald Trump delivered some great news to pipeliners yesterday with his pipeline executive order, Andrew Cuomo says it’s overreach, so it’s good! The Trump pipeline executive order is here! And, Andrew Cuomo, the king of overreachers, says it’s “gross overreach.” We don’t need to know a lot more,

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New Jersey Energy Prices Will Soar Without Pipelines

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc.   New Jersey must not follow New York in stopping pipelines to secure the rewards of green political correctness. It will only yield higher energy prices. NJ Spotlight, a news blog normally given to anti-gas drivel from the likes of the Delaware Riverkeeper and Jumpin’ Jeff Tittel at the Sierra

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Trump Going to Houston to Announce Pipeline Executive Order!

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc.   President Donald Trump is going to Houston on Wednesday and will announce the pipeline executive order he’s issuing. It’s more than pipelines; it’s justice! We are two days away from an in-your-face Executive Order President Trump is issuing to deliver some justice to states such as New York where

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DC Circuit Court of Appeals Slams New York Public Service Commission

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc.   First, FERC and now the D.C. Court of Appeals. Cuomo’s New York and his Public Service Commission are being slapped left and right by those onto his game. There is still more good bad news for Andrew Cuomo and great news for the pipeline industry, adjoining states and New

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CONFIRMED! A Trump Pipeline Executive Order Is Coming!

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc.   President Donald Trump’s economic advisor, Larry Kudlow, has confirmed Trump pipeline executive order is, in fact, coming soon, which is great news indeed! Yes, the great Larry Kudlow spoke at a Christian Science Monitor breakfast event yesterday. He confirmed a pipeline executive order from the President is, in fact,

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What Can Be Done About Water Quality Certification?

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc.   Any remaining semblance of reasonableness connected with state water quality certification has been destroyed by Andrew Cuomo. What can be done now? That question has already been partly answered by the Hoopa decision, which I discussed here and, more recently, here. The D.C. Court of Appeals, the most important

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