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Over the past few weeks, we have seen some last ditch efforts to impose some sort of ban on hydraulic fracturing in New York — never mind the fact that the technology has been in use in that state for more than 60 years. Thankfully,...

The EID team had a very busy Thursday night to say the least, with members of our team checking in all over parts of NY and PA. My counterpart, Nicole, was in Pittson, Pa., for a taping of WVIA’s latest installment of its Marcellus series....

EID’s Chris Tucker recently did a story on Salt Springs, where gas was found in the 1800s not that far from Dimock.  Thanks to Susan Dorsey of the JLCNY, I can do him one better.  Here is a wonderful story regarding natural gas in, of...

Last night, I traveled with members of the Steuben County Landowners Coalition(SCLOC), Joint Landowners Coalition of NY (JLCNY), and the Enough Already group from Pennsylvania to Painted Post, NY, for a presentation by Dr. Ingraffea and arguably some of the most famous people in Dimock,...

After traveling around Montrose and Dimock, I journeyed up to New Milford yesterday and caught a very informative presentation on pipelines — the essential infrastructure that makes the Marcellus Shale worth developing in the first place. From the presentation I learned these general principles about...

With so much opinionated media coverage on the Marcellus Shale natural gas play, I decided to get out there and experience the phenomenon for myself by traveling around to two of the biggest hot spots — Montrose and Dimock. What an eye opening experience it was. This...