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Natural Gas NOW Picks of the Week – November 18, 2017

Tom Shepstone Shepstone Management Company, Inc.   Natural Gas NOW readers pass along a lot of stuff every week about natural gas, fractivist antics, emissions, renewables, and other news relating to energy. Here’s more great material sent along by Natural Gas NOW readers; great stuff highlighting the power of natural gas and the absurdity of fractivism. Check…

Lancashire For Shale and Cuadrilla Show Us How to Teach Shale

Connie Mellin Natural Gas NOW “PAShaleAdvocate”   Lancashire for Shale and Cuadrilla produced a great video which does a fantastic job of explaining the geology involved in fracking. Our friends at Lancashire for Shale, along with the good people of Cuadrilla, have put together a marvelous video lesson in geology. This well done video does…

FERC Smacks Corruptocrat Again on Millennium Case

Tom Shepstone Shepstone Management Company, Inc.   FERC has smacked Governor Andrew “Corruptocrat” and his DEC hacks yet again in promptly denying a re-hearing request and calling out the state’s duplicity. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has clearly had it with New York, its politically corrupt governor and his environmental political hack, Basil Seggos….

What Shale Drilling Has Done for World Peace and Security

Daniel B. Markind, Esq. Weir and Partners, LLP   Shale drilling, whether for oil or gas, has made a huge contribution to world peace and security and it’s time we all recognized it and operated accordingly. The importance of shale to world peace and security never was more in evidence than during the last two…

Here’s What Marketplace Missed on Natural Gas Development

Taking a hard turn away from business and economics, NPR’s Marketplace – which claims to focus on “raising the economic intelligence of the country” – ran a one-sided attack on natural gas development last night that does more to scare listeners than inform them of science and facts. The story relies on information from environmental…

Conservancies Are for Conservation, Not Politics

George P. Ahearn, Phd Co-founder and Former President and CEO GEO Specialty Chemicals, Inc.   … The Conservancy of Southwest Florida is doing politics in opposing fracking, not conservation, and it has its facts all wrong, thanks to New York’s Tony Ingraffea. Is the Conservancy of Southwest Florida a real conservation entity or is it a…

Reflecting on 10 Years of Marcellus Shale Development

Pennsylvania Sen. Gene Yaw (R) recently took some time to reflect on the last decade of shale development in Pennsylvania as part of Lycoming College’s Center for Energy and the Future speaker series. While the first Marcellus Shale well may have been drilled in 2004, the shale revolution really didn’t kick off in Pennsylvania until…

Oil & Gas Exhibition Showcases How Ohio Millennials Support Shale

Marietta College students recently put on one of Ohio’s most successful oil and gas events to date, as the first-ever Marietta College Oil and Gas Technical Exhibition drew more than 50 businesses working in the oil and gas industry and well over 400 attendees. The event showcased the broad support for Ohio’s shale industry among…

Natural Gas Substitution for Coal Keeps Reducing Emissions

Tom Shepstone Shepstone Management Company, Inc.   Natural gas substitution for coal in electric power generation has consistently reduced carbon emissions on that score, making it the best of all tools. The Energy Information Administration (EIA) keep count and the score on carbon emissions from electric power generation just keeps getting better. Why? Because natural…

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