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