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NY Natural Gas Supporters: “No More Delays”

domestic energy  energy  hydraulic fracturing  natural gas  new york 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted October 16, 2012

Here’s how the hometown Times Herald-Record reported on Monday’s pro-natural gas/pro-hydraulic fracturing rally in Albany, N.Y.:

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The Empire State’s Divide

new york  natural gas  foundation for land and liberty  hydraulic fracturing 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted January 26, 2012

The clash between rural New York state mineral rights owners and opponents of natural gas development comes through in a new short film, “The Empire State Divided,” by the Foundation for Land and Liberty. The 22-minute film is divided into three parts. Check out part 1 below and see all three here.

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Gov. Paterson Should Veto the Fracking Moratorium

access  bakken shale  domestic energy  energy information administration  energy policy  fracking  hydraulic fracturing  moratorium  new york 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted November 30, 2010

The New York State Assembly passed a measure placing a six-month moratorium on hydraulic fracturing late yesterday. The state Senate passed the ban in August, and now the legislation will go to Gov. David Paterson for his signature.

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Natural Gas: PA Prospers, NY Delays Development

domestic energy  energy resources  energy supply  government revenue  natural gas  new york  pennsylvania  bradford county  susquehanna county 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted November 2, 2010

The United States is blessed with an abundance of clean-burning natural gas. It provides fuel for industry, power for heating, and chemicals for plastics, medicines and a wide variety of consumer products, such bicycle helmets and hospital supplies, that make Americans safer, healthier, and more comfortable. At the current rate of consumption, it's estimated that the United States has enough natural gas to last about 100 years.

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Energy Tomorrow Radio: Episode 113 - Recent Study Shows Economic Benefits of the Marcellus Shale

domestic energy  horizontal drilling  hydraulic fracturing  natural gas  new york  onshore  pennsylvania  revenues  severance tax  west virginia 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted July 27, 2010

In today's episode, I interview Dr. Tim Considine of the University of Wyoming about his recent study that quantifies the economic impact of developing natural gas in the Marcellus Shale formation, which stretches beneath large portions of New York, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. His study also looks at state policies that could hinder natural gas production in the region and slow economic opportunities. 

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