Court Finds Tony “the Tiger” Ingraffea Clawless and Toothless

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc. … …  Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth Court has found Tony “the Tiger” Ingraffea wasn’t a credible witness in a case ginned up by the Heinz Endowments. He’s clawless! Two and one-half years ago we ran a guest post from our buddy Jim Willis about how Heinz Endowments shills such as the Clean

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New Jersey denies permits for PennEast Pipeline

Last week, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection denied permits necessary for the proposed $1.1 billion, 102-mile PennEast Pipeline project to move forward, according to Kallanish Energy. The DEP’s decision was directly impacted by last month’s ruling by the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that said PennEast couldn’t use eminent domain to acquire

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DEC Forced Into Corner on Power Plant Permits by Cuomo Games

Jim WillisEditor & Publisher, Marcellus Drilling News (MDN) DEC, which Andrew Cuomo controls in its entirety, is under court order to process the already operating CPV Valley Energy Center’s air quality permits. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo tried to stop a fully built, brand new natural gas-fired electric generating plant in Orange County from going operational last

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ODNR issues Utica permits to Chesapeake, Ascent

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources granted six new drilling permits for horizontal wells in Ohio’s Utica shale during the week ended March 16, according to The Youngstown Business Journal. Chesapeake Exploration LLC received three of the permits, while the other three were issued to Ascent Resources LLC. Both companies plan to drill wells in

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