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In order for Reed's bill to succeed we need to show our support for it, and I mean NOW! Please print the attached file, complete your information at the bottom, and mail it in to the address at the top of the letter. Have all of your

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Natgas pipeline builders hail U.S. okay of blocked New York projectv

(Reuters) - Energy traders and natural gas pipeline companies on Friday hailed a U.S. federal regulator’s decision to overturn New York’s denial of a water permit for building the Millennium Pipeline in the state.

People in the industry expressed hope that the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission would be willing to override state decisions to block other pipelines, including Williams Cos Inc’s Constitution and National Fuel Gas Co’s Northern Access pipelines from Pennsylvania. These could also be approved if similar waivers are granted by FERC.

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The Cornell study will tell the story gleaned from analysis of more than a thousand compounds in mares’ and foals’ placentas,...
Posted: November 22nd, 2017

The so-called shale gale, aka, shale wave, which has positively impacted natural gas production, consumption and prices across the U.S., is a comfortable topic of discussion for Robert F. Powelson. With the Marcellus and Utica Shale plays major contributors to the gale/wave, the native Pennsylvania likes to point out what he calls the “Pennsylvania Experience,” how the state has tapped t [ ... ]

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Fracking study: Answers soon on sick foals of Tioga Downs owner
Posted: November 22nd, 2017

When foals on Jeff Gural’s farm were born with a potentially fatal illness, the well-known casino magnate and horse breeder suspected a nearby natural gas well was a factor. That suspicion, shared by scientists, will soon be supported or discounted by a Cornell University team that has spent two years analyzing the horses’ health and signs of chemical exposure on a molecular le [ ... ]

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**VIDEO** Trump ends the War on Fossil Fuels and we all come out winners
Posted: November 22nd, 2017

Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com For eight long years, President Obama waged a relentless war on the fossil fuels that provide us with the abundant, affordable and efficient energy that makes modern American life possible. One of President Trump’s greatest accomplishments has been to end that ill-advised war, and now his actions are bringing about a peace dividend that will benefit u [ ... ]

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With the election coming up there are two important issues to consider.
Posted: November 6th, 2017

Dear Friends, Coalition Leaders, Landowners, and Natural Gas Supporters, With the election coming up there are two important issues to consider. Both are propositions that will be on the BACK of your ballot. Please review the two attached files to understand the JLCNY's position, remember to vote, and remember to turn your ballot over to vote on the propositions. Also, please consider the inform [ ... ]

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Federal official pushes ahead pipeline project
Posted: October 30th, 2017

WAWAYANDA - Federal regulators gave Millennium Pipeline Co. permission Friday to start building the 7.8-mile natural gas line that will supply the Competitive Power Ventures plant, pushing the project forward even as a dispute continues over the state’s denial of permits for that pipeline. The notice to proceed, issued to Millennium by a Federal Energy Regulatory Commission official, was a vict [ ... ]

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Here is another warning about Proposition 3
Posted: October 20th, 2017

Here is what you will see on the ballot:  FORM OF SUBMISSION OF PROPOSAL NUMBER THREE, AN AMENDMENT Authorizing the Use of Forest Preserve Land for Specified Purposes The proposed amendment will create a land account with up to 250 acres of forest preserve land eligible for use by towns, villages, and counties that have no viable alternative to using forest preserve land to address specifi [ ... ]

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U.S. Natural Gas Exports to Add 500,000 Jobs, $73 Billion to Economy
Posted: October 20th, 2017

The latest estimate from API, the energy trade group, is that increased exports of LNG (liquefied natural gas) over the next 20 years will add nearly 500,000 jobs to the American economy and $73 billion to the country’s gross domestic product (GDP). Marty Durbin, API’s chief strategy officer, stated, “This report confirms that increasing U.S. LNG exports would bring great benefits to America [ ... ]

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Pipeline planners seek FERC approval
Posted: October 20th, 2017

ALBANY — The stalled Constitution Pipeline project is hoping to get a new lease on life by asking the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to issue the approvals it needs to move forward after state regulators rejected its request for needed permits to cross waterways. In documents filed with FERC this week, the pipeline company said the state Department of Environmental Conservation "unreasona [ ... ]

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Challenge to Seneca LPG storage struck down
Posted: October 16th, 2017

Buy Photo (Photo: KELLY GAMPEL / Staff Photo) Crestwood LLC won a policy battle that could bring the Houston-based company a step closer to storing liquid petroleum gas (LPG) in salt caverns near the southwest shores of Seneca Lake.   But pending a final decision from the state’s higher-ups and perhaps the governor himself, the issue is far from settled.  In 2015, activists had s [ ... ]

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Andrew Cuomo’s all-too-telling cheap shot at Preet Bharara
Posted: October 16th, 2017

Getty Images Gov. Cuomo just couldn’t resist taking the cheap shot — no matter how bad it makes him look. The gov was commenting on the federal ruling Tuesday that tossed the corruption convictions of ex-state Sen. Dean Skelos and his son Adam. But Cuomo chose to take aim at the guy who’d won those convictions: former US Attorney Preet Bharara. “Fighting government corrupti [ ... ]

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Now it’s a War on Pipelines
Posted: October 16th, 2017

The radical environmentalist war on fossil fuels has opened a new front: a war on pipelines. For years, activists claimed the world was rapidly depleting its oil and natural gas supplies. The fracking revolution (horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing) obliterated that argument, by sending US oil and gas production to new heights. Indeed, record gas supplies and plummeting gas prices combin [ ... ]

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Politicized Sustainability Threatens Planet and People
Posted: October 10th, 2017

Sustainability (sustainable development) is one of the hottest trends on college campuses, in the news media, in corporate boardrooms, and with regulators. There are three different versions. Real Sustainability involves thoughtful, caring, responsible, economical stewardship and conservation of land, water, energy, metallic, forest, wildlife and other natural resources. Responsible business [ ... ]

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Sad News
Posted: October 10th, 2017

Anna Hein, UALA's Board Member and Treasurer, died last week in Fox Hospital after a sudden turn for the worse following a long decline. She will be sorely missed by her friends, family, and church and all who knew her deep commitment to her community.  She was a unique personality with a strong sense of right and wrong and a willingness to voice her opinion. The sharp tongue sometimes hid t [ ... ]

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Seminole switching to natural-gas garbage trucks
Posted: October 3rd, 2017

Seminole County residents soon will notice that garbage trucks cruising through their neighborhoods sound quieter and belch out less exhaust. That’s because county commissioners recently mandated that Seminole’s two waste-hauling companies replace their aging fleet of diesel garbage trucks with those that run on compressed natural gas, more commonly known as CNG, over the next three year [ ... ]

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U.S. Nuclear Comeback Stalls as Two Reactors Are Abandoned
Posted: October 3rd, 2017 Credit Chuck Burton/Associated Press

The V.C. Summer nuclear project near Jenkinsville, S.C. The owners, Santee Cooper and South Carolina Gas & Electric, announced Monday that they were abandoning two unfinished nuclear reactors rather than than saddle customers with additional costs. CreditChuck Burton/Associated Press   In a major blow to the future of nuclear power in the United States, two South Carolina utilities&nbs [ ... ]

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