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Tom Wolf Is Already Getting More Than His Fair Share of Impact Fees

While Tom Wolf is demagoguing about natural gas not paying its fair share, Tom Wolf is exploiting the impact fees it generates to play politics.

http://naturalgasnow.org/tom-wolf-already-getting-fair-share-impact-fees/
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  Cabot just announced that they have paid more than one billion dollars in royalties in Susquehanna County. That is a gamechanger for many folks. Shaleonaires but also just a nice monthly check for many residents.
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Dale Howell is Grateful for Natural Gas Development and All Its Benefits

Dale Howell talks about the benefits natural gas development has brought to Susquehanna Co. and his family in Cabotís Looking Back, Moving Forward series.

http://naturalgasnow.org/dale-howell-grateful-for-natural-gas-development-benefits/
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If the Problem Is Environmental Injustice, Natural Gas Is the Solution

Environmental injustice does, in fact, exist. It comes from phony environmental scams the poor and moderate income are forced to subsidize. Gas is the fix.

http://naturalgasnow.org/problem-environmental-injustice-natural-gas-solution/
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Pennsylvania / Appalachia Shale at the Front in the Shale Revolution
« Last post by PaShaleAdvocate on September 19, 2018, 08:50:13 AM »
Appalachia Shale at the Front in the Shale Revolution

The Marcellus and Utica Shale plays, now jointly referenced as the Appalachia shale region, are at the very front lines of the American shale revolution.

http://naturalgasnow.org/appalachia-shale-front-shale-revolution/
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New York / Re: Mass gas
« Last post by Wax on September 18, 2018, 11:30:38 PM »
This is from what Aktony posted
"The federal Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration has reported that the pressure in the Columbia Gas system should have been around 0.5 pounds per square inch (PSI), but readings in the area reached at least 6 PSI ó twelve times higher than the system was intended to hold," the letter said

I have worked on a lot of gas regulators, and baffled by the explanation. At the college facility I worked, all the outdoor regulators next to the meter could reduce 20 psig  to  4.5 to 7.5 inches on a water column . I would imagine homes work the same. The outdoor regulator is equipped  with a blow off outside if the inlet pressure exceeds the regulator inlet rating.  The numbers do not add up, for me, anyway. Has to be more to the story.   
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The Adam Diaz Success Story: Made Possible by the Shale Revolution

Adam Diaz talks about hard work, job creation and business growth, all thanks to the shale revolution, in Cabotís Looking Back, Moving Forward series.

http://naturalgasnow.org/the-adam-diaz-success-story-shale-revolution/
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New York / Re: Mass gas
« Last post by aktony on September 18, 2018, 12:50:06 PM »
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Michigan / Re: Oil and Gas Recordings by County
« Last post by edwards on September 18, 2018, 11:15:24 AM »
Appears Merit Energy Co. has assigned,conveyed and sold some/all of their interests in 21 +/- Michigan counties to Lambda Energy Resources of Dallas, Tx. Assignment in Kalkaska county shows 280 pages of leases, deeds, pipeline ROW and easements. Included in deal are Merit's natural gas processing facility in Kalkaska (Kalkaska Gas Plant) and the 225 mile long NGL pipeline which cuts through Kalkaska, Missaukee, Clare, Isabella, Gratiot, Saginaw and other counties which brings ethane and other products south. In total, some 1,257 wells in 14 counties transferred to Lambda. Oscoda county shows 190 leases assigned to Lambda. Deal was signed in July, 2018.
308 page Future Advance Mortgage signed between Lambda Energy Resources and Citibank.

Lambda Energy Resources, Dallas, Tx. Redevelops existing conventional oil and gas fields in the U.S. They buy existing fields that have remaining potential and use proven technologies to tap that potential.
CEO/President and Chief Development Officer are both Electrical Engineers with Masters in Petroleum Engineering. Lambda registered in Michigan on 7/3/18 and formed in Delaware on 2/1/18.

Lambda appears to be in Michigan to do the same thing as Layline O/G.




Gladwin County                                                  West Bay.  29 DNR leases on 8/24/18. 20N-1W, 20N-2W, 20N-1E.

                                                                           Savoy Energy. 1 lease. 17N-2W Sec 28 on 8/20/18. 7 leases in 2018.

                                                                           Jordan Dev.  Decl. of Pooling. 19N-2W Sec 14.  19N-2W Sec 10,11,14,15.
                                                                                                                            Signed 12/13/16. Recorded 8/27/18.


Arenac County                                                   Savoy Energy. 2 lease ratifications on 9/4/18. 19N-4E Sec 12. 2018 leases.


Kalamazoo County                                            Savoy Energy. 3 leases on 8/6/18. 2N-9W, 3N-10W. 135 total leases.


Iosco County                                                     5 leases in 2018. 21N-5E. 3 landowner lessors and 2 oil company lessors. Landowners got 1/8 royalty and oil company lessors got 1) 18.75 % royalty and 2) 20% royalty.
                                                                                                                     1 lease had a provision that if extension was granted lessor's royalty would  increase to 25%.

                                                                          Meridian Energy. 6 lease extensions of ConocoPhillips leases. 21N-6E Sec 15,16. 2011 leases that now run to 2019-2021.


Lambda Energy Resources interests now in: Alpena, Alcona, Manistee, Livingston, Montmorency, Otsego, Kalkaska, Crawford, Missaukee, Antrim, Grand Traverse, Macomb, Roscommon, Benzie, Cheyboygan, Oscoda, Presque Isle, Wexford, Gladwin, Mecosta and others containing  pipeline, easements, deeds,leases and ROW's.


Marathon Oil has plugging dates for:  State Pioneer 1-3 HD1 (8/16/18) Missaukee Co.  State Garfield 1-25 HD1 (8/16/18) Kalkaska Co. State Beaver Creek 1-14 HD1 (6/27/18) Crawford Co. 
                                                                         




                                                                           
                                                                               




 
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Pennsylvania / The Massive Lobbying of Special Interest Fractivist Foundations
« Last post by PaShaleAdvocate on September 18, 2018, 08:46:45 AM »
The Massive Lobbying of Special Interest Fractivist Foundations

The Institute for Energy Research is assembling invaluable documentation of the massive grass-roots lobbying by special interest fractivist foundations.

http://naturalgasnow.org/massive-lobbying-special-interest-fractivist-foundations/
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