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Thursday, December 15, 2011

Senate Sends Marcellus Shale Legislation To House

Gov. Corbett Praises Senate for Advancing Marcellus Shale Legislation

Harrisburg – Governor Tom Corbett today thanked members of the Senate for
advancing House Bill 1950, a comprehensive Marcellus Shale bill, to the House of
Representatives.

"I thank Senator Scarnati and his colleagues for their strong leadership on this
issue,” Corbett said. “This is a significant step forward toward finalizing a strong
and sensible Marcellus Shale legislative package."

In October, Corbett outlined his Marcellus Shale proposal, which followed the work of the Marcellus Shale Advisory Commission and includes a plan to help create thousands of jobs for Pennsylvania residents, to enhance protection of our natural resources, and to move the Commonwealth toward energy independence.

“While productive discussions are ongoing and continue to resolve the various
issues related to Marcellus Shale, today’s action reaffirms the strong commitment
of the Senate to achieve our common goals of safe and responsible natural gas
development in Pennsylvania,” Corbett said.

2 comments :

Anonymous said...

Senate Appropriations Committee reported the impact fee bill without amendment.

An amendment offered by Senator Yudichak to raise to fee to roughly 600,000 per well, strip out the local zoning language and change the setbacks from the bore hole to the edge of the wellpad was defeated 13 to 13.

Three Republican Senators (Baker, Greenleaf & Vance) did not acquiesce to Senator Scarnati’s request for a no vote and voted with the Democrats.

This actions sets the bill up to be sent to the House.

Anonymous said...

Governor Tom Corbett and Senator Superbowl Joe Scarnati are cash rich but morally bankrupt.