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Details To Help You Attend President Obama's Visit to Cooperstown

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Here is the latest information regarding President Obama's visit to Cooperstown!
 
Our goal is to let the nation and President Obama hear our message that, "NY lacks leadership on energy matters and the rights and benefits that are being enjoyed throughout the rest of America are STILL being denied to NY's citizens!"
 
The details that we know right now are as follows...
 
WHEN: Thursday, May 22, by 9:00 AM
WHERE: Cooperstown Park and Ride Blue Lot. Please see the map directly below or attached! Lot lat./long. coordinates are 42.686101,-74.936388 
 
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WHO: YOU AND ALL THE NATURAL GAS SUPPORTERS YOU KNOW!!!
 
We highly recommend that you bring some lunch and snacks, refreshing drinks, comfortable weather appropriate clothes and foot wear, and your signs of support for your rights to safely and responsibly develop Natural Gas and to enjoy its benefits just like everyone else in America!
 

So please share this notice with any and all NG supporters and be sure to keep watch for important details that will be sent out in the next few hours and days!

 
Thanks once again for showing your support for safe and responsible Natural Gas development...

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The Weekly Oil and Gas Follies – Volume 46, May 19, 2014

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By David Blackmon in Forbes 5/19/2014

In which we drill down into the @GDBlackmon Twitter TWTR -1.37% feed to briefly chronicle the week’s silliness, shenanigans, fake news and real news related to the oil and natural gas industry.

Hysterical hurricane activity predictions have calmed down after 7 years of record low activity in the Atlantic, but the oil industry prepares the same regardless:  Offshore Industry Prepares for Hurricane Season ImpactWeather, a Houston-based private...

Read more: The Weekly Oil and Gas Follies – Volume 46, May 19, 2014

President Obama to Be In Cooperstown 05-22

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Dear Friends and Natural Gas Supporters,
 
President Obama will be in Cooperstown, NY on Thursday May 22!
 
Just like last August when he swung through Syracuse, Binghamton, and Scranton it is critical that landowners and Natural Gas supporters show up to let President Obama know that NY lacks his leadership on energy matters and the rights and benefits being enjoyed throughout the rest of America are STILL being denied to NY citizens!
 
The details that we know right now are as...

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Call on Governor to Join America's Leaders

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Dear Friends and Natural Gas Supporters,
 
As part of our ongoing efforts to advocate for landowners' rights and to bring the benefits of NG development to everyone in NY I'm requesting all NG supporters to call on Governor Cuomo to ask him to join forces with America's leaders.
 
The file linked to below will provide the full details and where to call.
 
Please share this announcement with any and all supporters you know and thanks once again for showing your support for Natural Gas...

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Exciting Events To Show Support For NG Development At

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Dear Friends and Natural Gas Supporters,

The political season has started!

Governor Cuomo will receive the Democratic nomination next week. The Democrats will hold their convention in Long Island on May 21 and 22 at the Hilton Long Island/Huntington hotel in Melville, NY. Let him know that support for NG development is strong!

Pro-gas candidate Rob Astorino will be the Republican candidate. Rob Astorino and his running mate, Chemung County Sheriff Christopher Moss, have two appearances...

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Cuomo's Solar Subsidies for the Wealthy?

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By Tom Shepstone in  Natural Gas NOW 5/11/2014

Andrew Cuomo is giving $1 billion in solar subsidies to some very wealthy folks and political donors at the cost of Upstate New York. 

Why is Andrew Cuomo spending $1 billion on solar subsidies? New York State is overtaxed to such a degree that few can afford to live there unless they’re already rich or living off the system. Many are voting with their feet to leave. Yet, the the Governor who cannot make a decision on natural gas...

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John Cahill kicks off AG bid with a charter-school defense

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By Jimmy Vielkind 12:25 p.m. | May. 11, 2014 in Capital 

ALBANY—John Cahill, a former top aide to ex-governor George Pataki, kicked off his campaign for attorney general by promising to use the office to help charter schools and landowners who wish to lease their property for natural gas exploration.

Speaking in Yonkers shortly after noon on Sunday, Cahill, a Republican, promised to guard against “the wolves of Wall Street or big government on State Street.”

Cahill thanked his mother...

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The Weekly Oil and Gas Follies – Volume 45, May 12, 2014

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By David Blackmon in Forbes 5/11/14  

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.

The “Boom” referenced in this piece is in Pennsylvania, thanks to that state’s development of the Marcellus Shale.  Guess where the “Bust” is?  Thanks, Governor Cuomo!:   A Border Tale of Boom and Bust –  The sprawling hillside dairy farms of...

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Recent Fracking Support Has Fractivists Nervous

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By Wayne Kovach in Your Energy Blog 5/13/14

 

Hydraulic fracturing (fracking) is a hot topic. There has never been a middle ground on the technology; people are either for it or against it.

Was Charles Schumer Too Honest?

However, recent support for fracking, and the natural gas industry itself, might help lead the way towards a full-blown spike in the acquisition and usage of this commodity. Just this week, New York Senator Chuck Schumer (D) appeared on MSNBC’s Morning Joe show and...

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Letter: Fear tactics more harmful than fracking

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The false information spewed by those opposed to almost everything and steadily published in Gannett newspapers is like a bad joke spreading across the country. Facts and science do not account to a hill of beans. JLCpulse

Editorial comment response in Battlecreekenquirer.com 5/13/14

The author of a recent letter throws out a host of frightening scenarios about hydraulic fracturing that simply don’t hold up to the facts.

While opponents of shale development regularly employ fear tactics...

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Germany now EU's worst polluter as CO2 emissions rise

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An interesting tidbit on the grand kingdom of wind and solar power in Europe touted by the anti gas group as the perfect example of the future, "If we make the right choices". Hah .JLCpulse

By  Staff Writers in Energy Daily Brussels (AFP) May 07, 2014

Germany is the European Union's worst polluter, with its production of CO2 gasses from fossil fuel rising by two percent in 2013 to 760 million tonnes, official data showed on Wednesday.

The EU's statistics agency Eurostat found that...

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Cuomo’s racial-discrimination claims will hurt him in election: GOP sources

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Republican strategists are crowing that Gov. Cuomo made a major political blunder last week when, joining with the Rev. Al Sharpton, he attacked GOP gubernatorial hopeful Rob Astorino for allegedly supporting racial discrimination in Westchester County.

The explosive charge, in Democratic TV ads and party statements, focuses on claims by HUD, the federal housing agency Cuomo once headed, that County Executive Astorino isn’t...

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Most Democrats "have supported fracking," Schumer says

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By Jon Campbell   May 5, 2014 in The Democrat & Chronicle

Sen. Charles Schumer on Monday said most Democrats across the country are in favor of hydraulic fracturing for natural gas, but he was careful to defer to Gov. Andrew Cuomo's decision-making process in New York.

When Schumer noted an increase in domestic oil and natural gas production in the states, host Joe Scarborough asked Schumer about the potential for natural-gas production in New York through fracking. New York sits...

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The Weekly Oil and Gas Follies – Volume 44, May 5, 2014

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By David Blackmon in Forbes Energy Section 5/2/2014  

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.

Hmmmm…let’s think now….what is happening in Texas that radical protesters and compliant public policymakers are preventing from happening in California these days?  Did you answer “What is a massive shale oil and natural gas boom?”  If so, you...

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New York State Prohibits Hydraulic Fracturing, But Subsidizes Solar

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By Institute for Energy Research 5/2/2014 

The Marcellus shale formation runs from West Virginia, through Pennsylvania and into New York. In West Virginia and Pennsylvania, natural gas production is booming, but not in New York. The reason for that is nothing to do with geology and everything to do with politics. Since 2008, New York has imposed a moratorium on the hydraulic fracturing necessary for natural gas production from the Marcellus.

The irony in New York State is that its...

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The Supreme Court Dims the Lights on Coal Power

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April 29, 2014 in Bloomberg Busuness Week 

The Supreme Court on Tuesday affirmed the Environmental Protection Agency’s authority to regulate air pollution from coal-burning power plants. The 6-to-2 decision written by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hands the Obama administration what is arguably its biggest environmental victory in its effort to use the Clean Air Act as a tool to fight global warming and reduce carbon emissions.

At issue was whether the EPA...

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New Fracking Fluid Disclosures Weaken Trade Secret Claims

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By Keith Goldberg in Law 360, New York, April 30, 2014 

Oilfield services giant Baker Hughes Inc.'s recent announcement that it will reveal all of the chemical ingredients in its hydraulic fracturing fluids is the latest sign that energy companies are more willing to make that information public and could make it harder for still-hesitant firms to convince regulators that they need trade secret exemptions, experts say.

Baker Hughes said Thursday that the disclosures of the...

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State panel blocks ban on fracking waste imports

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I am always amazed and disappointed with the ignorance of many glory seeking politicians. They pick a cause and accurate or not they spout the rhetoric of their minority constituency. Thank goodness there are at least some wiser more cautious pro-job legislators in control.JLCpulse

By Kyle Hughes, NYSNYS News Posted: 04/29/14, in The Saratogian

ALBANY >> A state Senate committee killed a bill banning the importation of hydrofracking waste into New York Tuesday, with the sponsor...

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The Weekly Oil and Gas Follies – Volume 43, April 28, 2014

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By David Blackmon in Forbes 4/28/2014

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.

You may have noticed we have an oil boom going on right now in Texas.  Forbes writer Chris Helman has noticed, and he offers some great advice to the folks in my home state:  Dear Texas:  Enjoy the Boom, Just Don’t Mess It Up – You used to see a bumper...

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New York Taxpayers To Pay $333K Per Megawatt Of Solar Power

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This bit of news should anger any user of electricity in New York State. Public subsidies for inefficient energy alternatives have failed in numerous states and most notably in Germany. Energy users cannot afford to carry the weight of developers profits in a technology that only works when the sun is shining, there are much better alternatives. If the cost for solar power had to be carried by investors we assure you there would be successful and viable power from the sun. When paid for at no...

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Oil & gas industry ready to contribute millions to Astorino

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By Fredric U. Dicker in The New York Post 4/28/2014

Republican challenger Rob Astorino, badly trailing Gov. Cuomo in campaign cash, expects “several millions of dollars’’ in windfall Super PAC funding from across the nation as a result of last week’s federal court ruling in Manhattan, GOP insiders say.

Some of the funding is expected to come from wealthy oil- and gas-industry executives furious at Cuomo’s nearly 3¹/₂-year delay in making a decision on “fracking’’ for natural gas in the...

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Why Cuomo is no longer invincible

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By Mark Cunningham in The New York Post Opinion 4/27/2014

As his run for re-election starts to gear up, Gov. Cuomo is in surprisingly weak shape. With a huge war chest in a heavily Democratic state, he’s still the odds-on favorite — but he’s suddenly looking a lot more vulnerable.

Here are 10 big reasons why the governor has to worry.

  • He burned Mayor de Blasio. Sure, he made himself look good to centrist voters by humiliating the new herald of progressivism on both pre-K and charter...

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