February 28, 2014 Leave a comment
Feb. 13, 2014: Tom Wilber, Tom West, Chris Denton, Joseph Campbell | Member Supported Public Television, Radio |WCNY
February 27, 2014 Leave a comment
Susan Arbetter discusses the latest fracking and natural gas storage developments in New York State with Under the Surface author Tom Wilber, attorneys Tom West and Chris Denton, and Gas Free Seneca’s Joseph Campbell.
Final environmental review for Keystone XL tar sands pipeline acknowledges significant climate impact and sets stage for rejection | Danielle Droitsch’s Blog | Switchboard, from NRDC
February 1, 2014 Leave a comment
November 10, 2013 Leave a comment
No road tax on LNG/CNG
local CNG stations/prices http://www.cngprices.com/station_map.php
Landowners, lawyers meet over pipeline » Local News » The Daily Star, Oneonta, NY – otsego county news, delaware county news, oneonta news, oneonta sports
November 1, 2013 Leave a comment
Informational meeting on Tues. Nov. 19 in Onondaga County. Details to be announced.
October 29, 2013 Leave a comment
I think its important to clarify that “No Gas Here” does not mean that Bans are not needed.
Natural Gas And/Or Petroleum Extraction, Exploration Or Production Wastes Disposal/Storage Facility – Any of the following: (a) tanks of any construction (metal, fiberglass, concrete, etc.); (b) impoundments; (c) pits; (d) evaporation ponds; or (e) other facilities, in any case used for the storage or treatment of Natural Gas And/Or Petroleum Extraction, Exploration Or Production Wastes that: (i) are being held for initial use, (ii) have been used and/or are being held for subsequent reuse or recycling, (iii) are being held for treatment, or (iv) are being held for storage.Natural Gas And/Or Petroleum Extraction, Exploration Or Production Wastes Dump – Land upon which Natural Gas And/Or Petroleum Extraction, Exploration Or Production Wastes, or their residue or constituents before or after treatment, are deposited, disposed, discharged, injected, placed, buried or discarded, without any intention of further use.Natural Gas Compression Facility – Those facilities or combinations of facilities that move natural gas or petroleum from production fields or natural gas processing facilities in pipelines or into storage; the term shall include equipment for liquids separation, natural gas dehydration, and tanks for the storage of waste liquids and hydrocarbon liquids.Natural Gas Processing Facility – Those facilities that separate and recover natural gas liquids (NGLs) and/or other non-methane gases and liquids from a stream of produced natural gas, using equipment for any of the following: cleaning or stripping gas; cooking and dehydration; residual refinement; treating or removing oil or condensate; removing water; separating NGLs; removing sulfur or carbon dioxide; fractionation of NGLs; and/or the capture of CO2 separated from natural gas streams.Underground Natural Gas Storage – Subsurface storage, including in depleted gas or oil reservoirs and salt caverns, of natural gas that has been transferred from its original location, whether for the purpose of load balancing the production of natural gas or for any other reason, including without limitation short-term, long-term, or intermittent storage for product quality, processing, or transportation purposes, or because of market conditions. Without limitation, this term includes compression and dehydration facilities, and associated pipelines.