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Utility officials praise new bills, gas development at Chamber breakfast

May 3, 2013

State Public Utility Commission officials are high on the natural gas industry and claim the best is yet to come....

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May-05-13 2:15 AM

The PUC rep neglected to clarify that they lobbied *against*regulating Class 3 gathering lines, the primary type in rural PA. Also, for year 2012, the PUC has not made public a list of qualifying wells by county. Thus delaying the bad news to the counties/municipalities that will receive less Impact Fee $$ than for 2011.

Yes, development is inevitable and should be of positive net economic benefit to PA. But I strongly disagree with PA's "putting all the eggs in one basket" approach. Just recently, Southwestern and EQT have picked up Chesapeake acreage at fire sale prices.

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May-03-13 8:30 PM

Thanks bornhere! I will have no vested interest in this area anymore so time to move on. It is a shame what is happening, I can't believe it. Some people have even changed.

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May-03-13 4:42 PM

I'm going to miss you rick424, it has been a pleasure talking to you. I wish you and your family good luck in your new adventure and the grass is greener outside of Lycoming County!!

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May-03-13 11:17 AM

Good bye Lycoming county. No more Rick424 to bash the industry after June first. Thank you Sun for letting me post. I wish you luck as I see the politicians still support the industry. What a shame.

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