Williams to add solar to gas processing, pipelines

U.S. pipeline operator Williams plans to add solar power at natural gas-processing plants and natural gas pipeline facilities in nine states, Kallanish Energy reports. The move is made possible by generous federal and state tax credits, the Oklahoma-based company said. The company plans to add mini-solar farms ranging in size from 1 megawatt to 40

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Gene Yaw Blasts New York and New Jersey for Axing NESE Pipeline

Jim WillisEditor & Publisher, Marcellus Drilling News (MDN) Pennsylvania State Senator Gene Yaw lays it all out, with unapologetic language; New York and New Jersey governors stuck it to everyone in vetoing NESE. Pennsylvania State Senator Gene Yaw, a Republican whose district covers portions of central and northeast PA, has his praiseworthy moments. This is one of

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NESE, Thought Dead, Rises from the Depths of Loch Jersey

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc. . … If you NESE was dead and all we’d ever see is a corpse on the New Jersey shore, you were wrong. The project is very much alive and again in front of NJ-DEP. NESE lives. Many thought it was dead and had sunk to the bottom of Raritan

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NTIEC Energy Camp Sparks Interest Among Local Students

Rick HidukManaging Editor of EndlessMtnLifestyles.com … …  The Northern Tier Industrial & Education Consortium (NTIEC) just gave students from four counties some real life experience in natural gas development. Students from four northern tier counties recently took part in the first Energy & Oilfield Career Summer Experience, learning about career opportunities in the natural gas

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National Grid and Williams Say Today Is the Day for Cuomo to Choose

Johnny WilliamsBradford County Writer   National Grid is facing record natural gas demand. It and Williams are telling Governor Corruptocrat today is the day for choosing reality or fantasy. Reality is often a loathsome foe misidentified and labeled as nothing more than an inconvenience for NIMBYs and anti-natural gas folks of the world, and Monday

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Gas Revolution Fueled by Innovation and Markets, Not Picking of Winners

Kelsey MulacCabot Oil & GasExternal Affairs, Pittsburgh … … A recent “Think About Energy” briefing in Carlisle, Pennsylvania brought home the reality of what the gas revolution has brought us via innovation and markets. The “Think About Energy Briefing” series made a stop in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, on Thursday, April 24. With Pennsylvania natural gas production topping 6

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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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Meanwhile, Pennsylvania Just Keeps Producing Natural Gas for the Rest

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc.   Some states just can’t get their energy acts together. Plagued by political correctness, urban states tilt at windmills while Pennsylvania heats their homes. Pennsylvania is, sadly, bordered on three sides by hopeless urban states (Maryland, New Jersey and New York) that can’t shoot straight when it comes to energy.

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Rockefeller Gang Doing Their Best to Kill the NESE Project

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc.   The Rockefeller gang, in the guise of 350.org and its affiliates is trying hard to kill the NESE project by playing Andrew Cuomo. Or, is it the opposite? It’s amazing how easy it is to manipulate New Yorkers and, especially, the New York press. There is a major move

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Another State, Another Opportunity to Support the NESE Pipeline Project

Connie MellinNatural Gas NOW“PAShaleAdvocate”   There is still time to support the very important NESE pipeline project by submitting your comments to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. This week is the last opportunity to support this critical project as it reaches the final stretch of the permitting process. The New Jersey Department of

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