Howard's Inc.

Stoltz Of Coudersport

Do You Know: You can buy this marquee ad on Solomon's words for the wise for your business or event for only $10. per day! It's just one of the low cost advertising options available. Your ad is viewed 30,000 to 50,000 times every day. Email us for information on other ad locations.

E & G

Solomon's Auction & Yard Sale Page

Howard's Inc.

Friday, January 6, 2017

Latest Shale Gas Roundup Newsletter Available

Potter County Today
December 27th, 2016

Latest edition of Shale Gas Roundup is now available. It’s the newsletter of the Potter County Natural Resource Center and features timely, locally relevant news about shale gas development and related topics. 

To access the latest edition as well as all past editions, visit the website (Shale Gas Roundup newsletter icon is found on the cover page). Copies are also available at the Commissioners Office in the Gunzburger Building (first office on right inside Main Street entrance), or by contacting Dawn Wooster at 814-274-8290, extension 207.

Among highlights of the December 2016 edition:

*JKLM activity highlights 2016 developments
*Seneca Resources looks to resume drilling
*Groundwater study moving forward
*Wastewater treatment plant proposed
*Local bridge project funded through Act 13 revenue
*More drilling expected on state forest land
*New state regulations held up in court
*Industry analysts say more pipelines coming


Anonymous said...

Very proud to have natural gas extraction taking place in Potter County and surrounding northern PA areas. Huge source of wealth for our hard working men, communities, and state. Cannot believe some are against fracking. So sad. Non-Patriots. Very un-American. End the war on America's energy industries. Need the new Trump Administration ASAP! Destroy the EPA, let the gas industries take control. Proud to be a Republican!

Anonymous said...

Un-American for wanting to protect their water and the land that they live on? What? Really? Alternative, renewable energy sources would create jobs and wealth for area residents, as well, and wouldn't pollute our water--as has happened in this county already and many others. Destroy the EPA? So, as long as you have some money in your pocket, you don't need clean air and water, then? I'm a Republican, too, just not a stupid one. If you want no regulations, there are places like that already. One of them is called China, and currently, their life expectancy is shortening due to air pollution from the burning of fossil fuels. But, hey, good luck with that. Don't come ask for any of my clean water when they've ruined yours. Gas companies are so well-known for protecting the health and well-being of their workers and the residents living near their facilities, right?