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Title: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: macal on October 10, 2017, 05:36:47 PM
 
   A lot happening around the Kingsley area. Big compression stations being built. Lotd of new pipelines. Big ones. And lots of wells being drilled in that area. Good ones.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: jimbo1983 on October 16, 2017, 07:57:23 AM
i have been seeing alot more water trucks past couple of months in nicholson area, thats probably where they are heading, they are also builiding something on rt. 11 between nicholson and factoryville, not sure what they are doing but i assume it has something to do withe the gas co.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: kenneth12 on October 16, 2017, 09:15:09 AM
i have been seeing alot more water trucks past couple of months in nicholson area, thats probably where they are heading, they are also builiding something on rt. 11 between nicholson and factoryville, not sure what they are doing but i assume it has something to do withe the gas co.
Small sign near entrance (near Zick farm) says "Williams Construction Project".  Serious earth moving equipment involved.  Have heard rumors that it could be a compressor station, but nothing solid on that.  Anyone have any information on this?
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: macal on October 16, 2017, 09:31:33 AM



  Maybe adding on. Zick already has a good size compression station there by Acre Lake. Maybe just more pipes.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: kenneth12 on October 16, 2017, 11:04:51 AM
This Zick farm is along Rt. 11 where Rt 6 and Rt 11 split on the north edge of Factoryville, not sure at all if it's any relation to the Acre Lake Zicks.  Seems to me to be two different Zick farms, but don't know for sure.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: macal on October 16, 2017, 11:10:14 AM



  Oh Okay. Different farm by Mountain View School.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: ap on October 19, 2017, 07:22:43 AM
From what I have heard and read there is no compressor station be added near Kingsley.  However, that area is the beginning of the Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline extension. 
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: Wax on October 19, 2017, 07:57:27 AM
From what I have heard and read there is no compressor station be added near Kingsley.  However, that area is the beginning of the Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline extension.

Is that what they extended the ROW for ? near Bingham's Restaurant
6092 State Route 92, Exit 211 I - 81, Kingsley, PA 18826-7075
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: macal on October 19, 2017, 08:11:41 AM



  AP, there is a big compression station being built up the road from Kingsley toward Brooklyn.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: Wax on October 19, 2017, 09:14:32 AM
Atlantic Sunrise starts at Zicks (tax free)Compression Station.
Good interactive map of proposed route. They may have moved it closer to Binghams resturant ?

https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1WkiHEl0Yo1D1U21_4MIZ6nQAaTA&ll=41.71506769912124%2C-75.69427041149902&z=15 (https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1WkiHEl0Yo1D1U21_4MIZ6nQAaTA&ll=41.71506769912124%2C-75.69427041149902&z=15)
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: macal on October 19, 2017, 09:28:48 AM



  The work i Lenox proper may be a loop on the Tennessee .
  That map shows Zicks as the beginning. Still a big compression station up towards Brooklyn with some big rows being developed. Not sure whose got that one.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: duffy on October 19, 2017, 09:38:00 AM



  AP, there is a big compression station being built up the road from Kingsley toward Brooklyn.
Williams
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: macal on October 19, 2017, 09:58:17 AM



  I love Williams in Susquehanna County :-* :-*
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: macal on October 19, 2017, 10:01:54 AM



 Het Duff, those greens were a little too quick for me.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: duffy on October 19, 2017, 01:10:47 PM



 Het Duff, those greens were a little too quick for me.
Wait till you play Stonehedge  ;)
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: macal on October 19, 2017, 02:05:54 PM



 Next time. Good track.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: doctor on October 20, 2017, 02:25:18 AM
yes Zick in Factoryville is compressor station no relation to zick in Kingsley, work in Lenox extension of Tenn. pipeline project that was in the works for years. (lots of obstackles)
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: macal on November 12, 2017, 06:43:35 AM



  Lots of pipelines in the Kingsley/ Lenox area. Some good union jobs being created because of all the work.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: riverrat on November 12, 2017, 01:58:01 PM
question for anyone working these jobs   are they union? just wondering
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: Wax on November 12, 2017, 04:57:50 PM
question for anyone working these jobs   are they union? just wondering
The union hater is wondering ?
Pipeliners 798 Union https://www.local798.org/dispatch--jobs.html (https://www.local798.org/dispatch--jobs.html)

Check          Prejob List        Their rate of pay and fringe benefits are listed.
 
                 Current Job's List
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: STRIPER on November 12, 2017, 05:15:39 PM
anyone know what they are building off 81 north across from the Flying J plaza?
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: riverrat on November 12, 2017, 06:28:09 PM
I guess you can't answer my question    didn't see any thing saying Sus. county unless I missed it     you & your buddy think you know all    you have no right making false claims about me & my opinion of unions 
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: macal on November 13, 2017, 03:35:45 AM


  Say again. What about the sh!t you make up about me.

  Go easy on Wax. He voted for Trump. I think it was a Rissisn thing.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: riverrat on November 13, 2017, 05:40:10 AM
difference is what I say about you is truth
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: macal on November 13, 2017, 05:48:25 AM



  Some of it maybe  ???
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: GOTGAS on November 13, 2017, 05:50:30 AM
Stupid bickering, good way to kill a thread.   Take it somewhere else please.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: Rockdale on November 13, 2017, 09:41:08 AM
If Susquehanna County and other gas production areas are on the rebound I think a lot has to be attributed to all of the new or  enhanced pipelines now in place as well as new markets.  As to new markets, I had read earlier today that Cove Point, Md. has now started to receive natural gas into its LNG train as of November 1.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: riverrat on November 13, 2017, 09:52:03 AM
asked a question regarding post still waiting for reply  you got an answer gota 
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: Wax on November 13, 2017, 01:37:02 PM
I guess you can't answer my question    didn't see any thing saying Sus. county unless I missed it     you & your buddy think you know all    you have no right making false claims about me & my opinion of unions
YOU MISSED IT
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: macal on November 14, 2017, 05:12:43 AM



  Wax, I have been thinking about what you have said about other states local municipalities taxing pipelines and compressor stations. I will tell you if that was the case in PA Lenox, Brooklyn and Harford would be flush with money for their schools and roads.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: Wax on November 14, 2017, 06:53:03 AM



  Wax, I have been thinking about what you have said about other states local municipalities taxing pipelines and compressor stations. I will tell you if that was the case in PA Lenox, Brooklyn and Harford would be flush with money for their schools and roads.
Taxing pipeline infrastructure is normal. FERC allows it.  Resident's would see taxes drop dramatically.

 STRIPER
I seen the work across from Flying J, but can not find any info on it. Some people said it was the site of a proposed "Toxic Waste Incinerator"  That would be a nail in the coffin for Gibson, New Milford, residential   real estate.

Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: macal on November 14, 2017, 07:25:48 AM



  Lower property taxes. Hmmm
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: ghrit on November 14, 2017, 08:00:44 AM
STRIPER
I seen the work across from Flying J, but can not find any info on it. Some people said it was the site of a proposed "Toxic Waste Incinerator"  That would be a nail in the coffin for Gibson, New Milford, residential   real estate.
The incinerator is a dead issue, not going to happen.  I don't know if the developer is working on the rest of the industrial area planning that would have had the incinerator in it, would have been on the northeast corner of the 848/81 interchange.  I'll try to remember to have a looksee next time I'm over that way.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: Wax on November 14, 2017, 12:59:21 PM
STRIPER
I seen the work across from Flying J, but can not find any info on it. Some people said it was the site of a proposed "Toxic Waste Incinerator"  That would be a nail in the coffin for Gibson, New Milford, residential   real estate.
The incinerator is a dead issue, not going to happen.  I don't know if the developer is working on the rest of the industrial area planning that would have had the incinerator in it, would have been on the northeast corner of the 848/81 interchange.  I'll try to remember to have a looksee next time I'm over that way.
Directly across (south side of 848) from Armetta's Pizzeria & Pub and the Burger King
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: ghrit on November 14, 2017, 01:38:07 PM
STRIPER
I seen the work across from Flying J, but can not find any info on it. Some people said it was the site of a proposed "Toxic Waste Incinerator"  That would be a nail in the coffin for Gibson, New Milford, residential   real estate.
The incinerator is a dead issue, not going to happen.  I don't know if the developer is working on the rest of the industrial area planning that would have had the incinerator in it, would have been on the northeast corner of the 848/81 interchange.  I'll try to remember to have a looksee next time I'm over that way.
Directly across (south side of 848) from Armetta's Pizzeria & Pub and the Burger King
Went by there today for no good reason.  There's nothing there that hasn't been for at least 5 years.  In other words, nothing gas related.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: Wax on November 14, 2017, 01:42:38 PM
STRIPER
I seen the work across from Flying J, but can not find any info on it. Some people said it was the site of a proposed "Toxic Waste Incinerator"  That would be a nail in the coffin for Gibson, New Milford, residential   real estate.
The incinerator is a dead issue, not going to happen.  I don't know if the developer is working on the rest of the industrial area planning that would have had the incinerator in it, would have been on the northeast corner of the 848/81 interchange.  I'll try to remember to have a looksee next time I'm over that way.
Directly across (south side of 848) from Armetta's Pizzeria & Pub and the Burger King
Went by there today for no good reason.  There's nothing there that hasn't been for at least 5 years.  In other words, nothing gas related.
Are you on a clandestine operation ?
They cleared a area, big enough for a Walmart.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: kenneth12 on November 14, 2017, 03:27:31 PM
Are you on a clandestine operation ?
They cleared a area, big enough for a Walmart.
Waxie me lad.  Let me break it to you gently.  You and Ghrit have never even been on the same planet!  slaplaugh
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: Wax on November 14, 2017, 05:32:35 PM
Are you on a clandestine operation ?
They cleared a area, big enough for a Walmart.
Waxie me lad.  Let me break it to you gently.  You and Ghrit have never even been on the same planet!  slaplaugh
I agree slaplaugh    (with kenneth12 post )

However, this is where the  "Toxic Waste Incinerator"  was (is) proposed.  It is a 125 acre site.
The owner said he would shelve the plan for now, back in January 2017.
Susquehanna County said it was looking for tax rateables. They turn a blind eye, to billions in pipeline infrastructure, allowed as rateables under the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission guidelines.
I have one word to describe Susquehanna County Politicians, "train of thought"
INSANE
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: macal on November 15, 2017, 06:06:18 AM



  It looks to me that the Zick Compressor station is ground zero for the Atlantic Sunrise going south and the Bluestone pipeline going north. Also looks like its part of a significant loop off the Tennessee that flows west to east.  It is located in Lenox Twp. between Hop Bottom and Lenox.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: aubrey on November 15, 2017, 07:48:21 AM
kinder morgan's Tennessee line has always flowed west to east in our area, but that may be about to change.

they have applied to ferc to reverse flow back to the gulf on the portion that flows into the Marcellus. it's gonna take a little while, they have to reconfigure the line and all, but in the not too distant future, all lines will flow out of the Marcellus and Utica shales to provide the u.s. and the world with gas.

the Marcellus alone is huge, but add in the potential of the Utica, and the possibilities are staggering.

it's exciting, just too bad some of us won't live to see full development. the kids are gonna do great though!

wj
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: ghrit on November 15, 2017, 08:48:56 AM
STRIPER
I seen the work across from Flying J, but can not find any info on it. Some people said it was the site of a proposed "Toxic Waste Incinerator"  That would be a nail in the coffin for Gibson, New Milford, residential   real estate.
The incinerator is a dead issue, not going to happen.  I don't know if the developer is working on the rest of the industrial area planning that would have had the incinerator in it, would have been on the northeast corner of the 848/81 interchange.  I'll try to remember to have a looksee next time I'm over that way.
Directly across (south side of 848) from Armetta's Pizzeria & Pub and the Burger King
Went by there today for no good reason.  There's nothing there that hasn't been for at least 5 years.  In other words, nothing gas related.
Are you on a clandestine operation ?
They cleared a area, big enough for a Walmart.
So maybe it's WalMart related?  You might call the twp office and ask.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: ghrit on November 15, 2017, 08:54:54 AM
kinder morgan's Tennessee line has always flowed west to east in our area, but that may be about to change.

they have applied to ferc to reverse flow back to the gulf on the portion that flows into the Marcellus. it's gonna take a little while, they have to reconfigure the line and all, but in the not too distant future, all lines will flow out of the Marcellus and Utica shales to provide the u.s. and the world with gas.

the Marcellus alone is huge, but add in the potential of the Utica, and the possibilities are staggering.

it's exciting, just too bad some of us won't live to see full development. the kids are gonna do great though!

wj
The physical work to reverse flow is almost trivial, and it gets only slightly more complex to allow at will reversals.  There are a few significant OPERATIONAL concerns, in that the flow must be slowed and stopped before switching directions.  Regardless of density, the inertia of the mass in the pipes will wreck stuff if some dolt slams the wrong valve shut.  (Pigging stations will all need to have reversing capability.  You all that have pigging stations on your property will see that work as it happens, so you'll know FERC has allowed it to happen.  No need to wait for matty to take up his megaphone.)
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: macal on November 15, 2017, 05:39:30 PM



  Wax, I have to agree with you on taxing pipeline infrastructure. Most of the revenue would stay in the impacted areas. And much of the cost would be passed on down the line. Way down the line.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: Wax on November 15, 2017, 06:23:40 PM



  Wax, I have to agree with you on taxing pipeline infrastructure. Most of the revenue would stay in the impacted areas. And much of the cost would be passed on down the line. Way down the line.
Lets face the facts. The residents do not care. They have the belief, they will pay the tax and not the pipeline companies.(99% of residents,have no gas service) Of course that's a false belief, but it is what they believe. The politicians do so little to help in this rural area its sickening. Our local Barnes-Kasson County Hospital, does not meet American with Disabilities Requirements. You cannot get a wheelchair in most of their bathrooms. I ask a doctor, what give with the narrow doors to the bathrooms.   Near the emergency room, nurses,picked up a 80 year old woman, out of her wheelchair, and carried her thru a narrow bathroom door, and carried her back out. Its shameful. Doctor said: were lucky to be open, and their is never any money for updates to code standards. Gee,and I thought ADA that was a law, nation wide.  slaplaugh Pitiful  Where is the Act-13 money for a hospital ? Their is a large population of poor families around the hospital. They sure can use that Pipeline Infrastructure Tax money. Harrisburg controls this issue.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: riverrat on November 15, 2017, 06:38:51 PM

you still believe that any tax put on the gas co. will just be passed on     boy do you live in an state of confusion & have no idea how it works

  Wax, I have to agree with you on taxing pipeline infrastructure. Most of the revenue would stay in the impacted areas. And much of the cost would be passed on down the line. Way down the line.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: macal on November 15, 2017, 07:07:27 PM



  Its not the drillers. Its the pipeline companies.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: Wax on November 16, 2017, 07:42:36 AM



  Its not the drillers. Its the pipeline companies.
See ???
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: riverrat on November 16, 2017, 12:59:07 PM



  Its not the drillers. Its the pipeline companies.
See ???
I told you he doesn't understand 
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: shric on November 27, 2017, 03:56:27 AM
anyone know what they are building off 81 north across from the Flying J plaza?

RHL is moving their mulch/trucking/logging from Montrose. 

That was not the site for the proposed incinerator.
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: Wax on November 27, 2017, 12:30:49 PM
anyone know what they are building off 81 north across from the Flying J plaza?

RHL is moving their mulch/trucking/logging from Montrose. 

That was not the site for the proposed incinerator.
Let down ! Not a Walmart :(
Oh! Home Depot & Lowes sell mulch, in bags, equivalent to RHL by the yard price. Go figure.
Title: Re: Lease in Susquehanna
Post by: Betsysch52 on December 07, 2017, 11:33:48 AM
Does anyone know if there was any leases given out along Strucca-Creek Rd, Susquehanna PA? I have 25 acres and haven't heard from any gas companies about a lease. I use to have one several years ago.

Thanks
Title: Re: Susquehanna County is Rocking
Post by: insuranceman on December 07, 2017, 02:24:36 PM
Far as I have heard, no leases were renewed yet, my land is in that area also.