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How much oil do we have left?

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This is the type of news that drives the enviro zealots crazy, as it takes the wind out of renewable energy without huge subsidies and even greater cost to the consumer. (Pre- Park foundation zealotry) The environmental wisdom was that natural gas was the ideal transition fuel. That is still the case, however special interests have grabbed the initiative as well as political control of the issue and we surely will pay the price if we do not straighten out the information flow and the political direction. JLCpulse

USA Today, news source  on August 9, 2014

USA TODAY - The year 1981 just called and said that we are out of oil. Well, according to estimates from the time, we should be.

Back then the world consumed just under 60 million barrels per day, and global proved reserves for oil stood at almost 700 billion barrels. At that rate, the world should have exhausted all its proved reserves sometime in December 2013. But instead of the last drop of oil being squeezed out of the Earth, global production has increased by 46%, and global reserves now stand 1 trillion barrels higher than they did 33 years ago.

Did some geological miracle more than double the amount of oil we...

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Study finds fracking could revive manufacturing

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By Sean Higgins | August 9, 2014  in The Washington Examiner

As many as one million new manufacturing jobs could be created in the U.S. by 2025 thanks to the abundance of natural gas now available because of advances in fracking technology.

That's according to "Shale Gas: A Game Changer for U.S. Manufacturing," a study released late last month by the University of Michigan.

The study found that decreases in the cost of natural gas will boost "energy-intensive manufacturing sectors"

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States enjoying gas, oil booms see consumer spending soar

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By Christopher S. Rugaber Associated Press  •  Friday August 8, 2014 1:42 AM in The Columbus Dispatch 

WASHINGTON — Consumer spending has soared since the Great Recession ended five years ago in states with oil and gas drilling booms and has lagged in states hit especially hard by the housing bust.

The figures come from a new annual report the government issued yesterday that for the first time reveals consumer spending on a state-by-state basis. The numbers point to...

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The Weekly Oil and Gas Follies – Volume 56, August 4, 2014

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By David Blackmon in Forbes  8/4/2014

In which we drill down into the @GDBlackmon Twitter feed to briefly chronicle the week’s silliness, shenanigans, fake news and real news related to the oil and natural gas industry.

We took last week off – even intrepid Folly Hunters get to take vacation, after all.  But we’ve returned now, refreshed and energized (appropriate, given the subject matter here), and marveling at the follies that have taken place in our absence.  Start with...

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HR 4315: Shining A Light On The "Sue And Settle" Racket

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By David Blackmon in Forbes 7/31/2014

The U.S. House of Representatives should be applauded this week for passage of HR 4315, the 21st Century Endangered Species Transparency Act.  As its title indicates, the bill is designed to require public transparency and real-time information related to proposed listings under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).  The reforms proposed in the bill would become the first changes to this archaic and much-abused federal statute in 26 long years...

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Cuomo’s Back-Room Style Draws a Potent Critic

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U.S. Attorney Warns Cuomo on Moreland Commission Case

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MSC Issues Annual Workforce Survey Results

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Press Release

Pittsburgh, Pa. – Today, the Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC) released the results of its annual workforce survey [click here for detailed pdf. overview]. The findings – based on 2013 data – were provided by a large majority of MSC member companies, representing nearly 95% of Pennsylvania’s shale production.

“Shale development represents a generational opportunity for our Commonwealth. Since day one, our industry has focused on fostering the growth of a skilled and well-trained...

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JLCNY Appealing Unfavorable Court Decision

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Dear Friends and Natural Gas Supporters,
 
Please see the JLCNY press release and Notice of  Appeal files, linke to below, announcing our intention to appeal  the recent New York Supreme Court (lowest level) ruling that landowners do not have standing to sue the Governor and the state for adversely affecting our landowner rights.
 
This is just one of many efforts we are pursuing to advocate for safe and responsible Natural Gas development in NY!
 
Warm Regards,
Dan...

Attachments:
FileDescriptionFile size
Download this file (Appeal 07 28 14 Final.pdf)Appeal 07 28 14 Final.pdf 456 kB
Download this file (Notice of Appeal.pdf)Notice of Appeal.pdf 67 kB

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Colorado Town to East Coast Anti-Fracking Activists: You're Wrong

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In the Energy Collective 7/27/2014

Local officials in Erie, Colo., are pushing back hard against a national environmental group for misrepresenting the outcome of a failed “ban fracking” campaign in their town. The officials say the Massachusetts-based group has “ignored or misstated” the facts, including a number of scientific analyses posted on the town’s website, and they are demanding to know: “Why did you ignore this information?”

The Union of Concerned Scientists in Cambridge, Mass.

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States with fracing are economically stronger, House panel told

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WASHINGTON, DC, July 28 2014  By Nick Snow  OGJ Washington Editor  In Oil and Gas Journal

US states that embraced hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling staged stronger economic recoveries than those that did not since 2008 when the country plunged into recession, an economist told a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee.

“In those states that have chosen to pursue energy development, output and jobs have grown faster than in most other states, while their...

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Scandal exposes Cuomo as liar and phony

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By Frederic U. Dicker   July 24, 2014 in NY Post Opinion 

ALBANY — The devastating New York Times story on Gov. Cuomo’s political interference with his Moreland Commission panel’s investigation of public corruption pulled the veil from one of the biggest open secrets at the state Capitol: The governor is a liar and almost anything he promises will turn out to be false.

Cuomo’s betrayal of major pledges is well known: the promise to cut taxes in a meaningful way, encourage...

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A small foundation uses focused academic, media, and activist grants to redirect a policy debate

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Gulf Oil Planning LNG Facility in NE Pennsylvania

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By Jamison Cocklin  July 18, 2014 in Daily GPI / Regulatory / LNG 

Gulf Oil Limited Partnership, which distributes motor fuels to stations across the country, is moving forward with plans to construct a liquefied natural gas (LNG) production facility in northeast Pennsylvania, where Marcellus Shale dry gas production continues to rise, according to FERC filings.

On Thursday, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued an order at Gulf Oil's request that will relieve the...

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Cuomo’s Office Hobbled Ethics Inquiries by Moreland Commission

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John Cahill For NYS Attorney General

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Dear Friends and Natural Gas Supporters,
 
John Cahill is running for New York State Attorney General. I can’t think of anyone better suited to be the top law enforcement official in New York.
 
John needs our help to unseat the current AG, Eric Schneiderman, and the special interests that want to keep him in office. Eric Schneiderman has been working against us since he took office. Prior to taking office, he vowed to sue to prevent drilling; he started a frivolous lawsuit against the...

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Tuesday 07-15 Rally Report

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Dear Friends and Natural Gas Supporters,
 
About 160 landowners and Natural Gas supporters enjoyed each other’s company on a sunny Tuesday evening in Owego’s beautiful Hickories Park. They gathered to hear Gubernatorial Candidate Rob Astorino and Lt. Governor Candidate Chemung County Sheriff Chris Moss describe why they support Natural Gas development and the benefits it will bring to our families, communities and state. According to Astorino, Binghamton is dead last on a list of 363 cities...

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Yes, Astorino Can Win New York for the GOP

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By  July 14, 2014 US News Opinion

The Westchester County executive has a shot against incumbent Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

 

 

All the elements are there for an Astorino victory.

Most of the pundits who follow national politics have already made up their minds about what’s going on in New York. They see the possibility of a GOP pickup of two or even three seats in the U.S. House of Representatives, especially if President Barack Obama’s job approval number is, as it...

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JLCNY Reaction to ANOTHER Unfavorable Court Decision

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Dear Friends, Landowners, and Natural Gas Supporters everywhere,
 
Please see the JLCNY press release and decisions published earlier on hot topics, front page news, regarding the recent New York Supreme Court (lowest level) ruling against landowner rights and common sense.
 
As maddening as this news is, it can help us. We can take our anger and focus it on expressing our support  statewide for pro-gas political candidates in the upcoming November elections, and...

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Cuomo could reshape court

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If you have not found a reason to get active in state politics, here is a big one. JLCpulse

James M. Odato | June 8, 2014 in TimesUnion

The next governor of the state of New York will be able to fill numerous positions on the increasingly important Court of Claims. In fact, more than half the bench could be replaced in the next year.

The jurists of the court, which handles suits against the state, are being tapped to serve on the state Supreme Court to take up caseload, thereby avoiding...

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JLCNY Reaction to ANOTHER Unfavorable Court Ruling

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Dear Friends and Natural Gas Supporters,
 
Please see the JLCNY press release and decisions linked to below regarding the recent New York Supreme Court (lowest level) ruling against landowner rights and common sense.
 
As maddening as this news is, it can help us. We can take our anger and focus it on expressing our support to our local town boards, preparing to vote for pro-gas political candidates in November elections, and working towards a possible appeal of this...

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