“I Fracking Voted” Campaign Gearing Up; Sign Up Now!

George StarkDirector, External AffairsCabot Oil & Gas      George Stark talks about the Shale Energy Alliance “I Fracking Voted” campaign and the need to get out the vote for energy development. As you already know, election day is right around the corner. In fact, today is National Voter Registration Day! What better time to share an exciting new initiative

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Entergy sets net-zero carbon goal by 2050

Entergy Corp. has announced that is accelerating its climate action goals with a plan to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, Kallanish Energy reports. The Louisiana-based utility also reaffirmed its commitments to grid reliability and affordability for customers. That new goal is “another major step forward,” said Leo Denault, Entergy’s chairman of the board and

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Ohio AG files suit to block nuclear bailout payments

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost is seeking to keep the owner of two nuclear power plants in Ohio from getting $1.3 billion in bailout money in what has become the largest bribery scandal in state history, Kallanish Energy reports. Yost on Wednesday filed a lawsuit in Franklin County Common Pleas Court to keep Energy Harbor

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Biomethane may be route for decarbonizing Europe’s gas markets

Biomethane can help decarbonize Europe’s gas markets, but continued growth depends on policy support, Wood Mackenzie said this week. According to analysts Graham Freedman and Nnenna Amobi, the carbon-neutral renewable gas can be directly injected into existing natural gas infrastructure and decarbonize the heating and transport sectors. That’s because biomethane is a purified form of

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Shipping industry must not wait for ideal fuel solution: DNV-GL

The shipping industry’s “grand challenge” of decarbonization will have to rely on a mix of fuels, rather than wait for the ideal solution to arrive, according to DNV-GL. The consultancy said in its Maritime Forecast to 2050 report that currently there are at least 16 different fuel types and 10 fuel technology systems in the

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American Energy Innovation Act Is Dangerous Green Virtue Signaling

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc. …. ….  Congress is up to no good. The American Energy Innovation Act, paraded as bipartisan, is nothing but green virtue signaling and dangerous. The 10th Amendment to the United States Constitution says the following: The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it

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Snitz Creek Sniping by StateImpactPA Is A Case of Shilling for Snobs

Jim WillisEditor & Publisher, Marcellus Drilling News (MDN) Snitz Creek is falsely reported by StateImpactPA as the site of pollution problems related to Mariner East but it’s all a matter of shilling. We don’t know if StateImpactPA “reporters” are just sloppy in their reporting, or if they intentionally lie. Either way, it doesn’t look good for StateImpactPA. PBS reporter

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Polling Continues to Show Voters Support Fracking

Energy, and specifically what role natural gas will play in America’s future, is an increasingly important topic this election cycle, as is evident in the many polls conducted in recent months. As a result, energy-rich swing states have received increased focus as we get closer to November, and as one recent survey confirms, voters and

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Canadian Energy Weekly Round-Up: September 21, 2020

Here are the top news stories covering Canada’s energy landscape: Survey: Canadians Believe Natural Gas Is Important for Canada’s Economy New analysis from a survey being conducted at the University of Ottawa found that while political parties in Canada may be amplifying ideological differences between Canadians, a majority of Canadians believe the oil and gas

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Shale Gas News – September 19, 2020

Bill desRosiersExternal Affairs Coordinator, Cabot Oil & Gas … … The Shale Gas News, heard every Saturday at 10 AM on 94.3 FM, 1510 AM, 1600 AM, 104.1 FM and Sundays on YesFM, talked about natural gas pipelines, Russia, Saudi Aramco and much more last week. The Shale Gas News has grown again to the Williamsport area

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DOE awards $24M to battery, methane detection projects

The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded $24 million to two projects to commercialize sodium-ion battery development and methane detection technologies, Kallanish Energy reports. A $19 million grant went to California-based Natron Energy and a $5 million grant was awarded to Montana-based Bridger Photonics. The grants were awarded as part of DOE’s Advanced Research Projects

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Natural Gas Now Best Picks of the Week – September 19, 2020

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc. … … Readers pass along a lot of stuff every week about natural gas, fractivist antics, emissions, renewables, and other news relating to energy. As usual, emphasis is added. Germany Just Can’t seem to Get It Right It seems Vladimir Putin keeps poisoning people but, as Dan Markind points out

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Small Businesses Get $218,000 of Assistance from Gas Industry!

George StarkDirector, External AffairsCabot Oil & Gas      George Stark explains a financial assistance program set up by Cabot and others to help small businesses and how much it has given in help. Within weeks of the first “stay at home” orders, it became obvious that small businesses would suffer greatly, especially as the

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RGGI Carbon Tax on Pennsylvanians Advanced by Wolf Sycophants

Jim WillisEditor & Publisher, Marcellus Drilling News (MDN) Tom Wolf’s cabinet members and other green signaling sycophants insist on imposing a RGGI carbon tax on all of us and just voted it forward. The Pennsylvania Environmental Quality Board (EQB), a powerful committee operating under the larger umbrella of the PA Dept. of Environmental Protection (DEP), held a

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Canadian Energy Weekly Round-Up: September 14, 2020

Here are the top news stories covering Canada’s energy landscape: Poll: Quebecers Support Domestic Energy Production When it comes to developing national resources for energy consumption, Quebecers are all-in. According to a new Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of the Montreal Economic Institute (MEI), Quebecers overwhelmingly prefer to import Western Canadian oil as opposed to

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