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Sen. Casey bullish on gas industry's energy implications

June 6, 2013

Pennsylvania Sen. Bob Casey says energy independence is within reach for the United States. Casey said such a statement could not have been made five years ago....

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CitizenSane

Jun-08-13 5:43 PM

Senator Casey, you have now lost my support in any upcoming elections, for any office you seek. I will vigorously campaign against you throwing my support, to any democrat challenger, independent, or moderate republican. I vote the issues, not the party. You sir, are a disgrace. I just hope whatever "campaign funds" or "consulting/lobbying job" you were offered is worth it.

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BornHere

Jun-07-13 2:42 PM

Mr. Paternostro, would you please comment on here more often to let people know the real truth about the industry and what they are up against.

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rick424

Jun-07-13 2:21 PM

Interesting michaelpaternostro, I have been reading a lot about this and some other things, glad I got out.

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michaelpaternostro

Jun-07-13 10:20 AM

Google Guaranteed minimum royalty act and see all of the lawsuits that are pending. The PA Supreme court is going to make a decision soon and i will bet it will not be in favor of the landowners.

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michaelpaternostro

Jun-07-13 10:16 AM

zero deductions from the gas companies or you will be sorry. They are less than truthful and do not believe a word a "landman" tells you.

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michaelpaternostro

Jun-07-13 10:15 AM

Beware of signing any leases until you hire an attorney from Dallas or Houston TX or you will be sorry. Ask about your royalty and whether or not they will be milking you for Gathering fees and compression fees and do not settle for anything less than 12.5% and that is with

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ToTEXASfromPA

Jun-06-13 4:33 PM

I am glad that there is a PA Democrat that is getting his facts right on the value of the gas industry to the state.

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BornHere

Jun-06-13 4:17 PM

Hi rick, I knew you would be back!!!

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rick424

Jun-06-13 3:55 PM

"So, prior to now, there wasn't a balance"

Yea it is kind of funny how this works. One time they same something next time they say they improved it, made it safer. I read where GE is investing billions to have a safe way of fracing. Here all along we were told it was perfectly safe.

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BornHere

Jun-06-13 10:31 AM

Mr. Bross, I think that is called Propaganda.

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DavidBross

Jun-06-13 9:42 AM

"Most heartening were Casey's comments regarding natural gas. He believes we have reached the point where there can be balance between job creation, economic development and good environmental practices regarding natural gas." So, prior to now, there wasn't a balance. The prior imbalance was certainly not highlighted before. Interesting how a problem that didn't exist before is now heralded as being solved.

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pinecr

Jun-06-13 9:40 AM

Casey, you need to get out of PA...the gas industry could care less about the environment in PA, just the big bucks they are making and the fact that most of the gas is going to go to China. We know the scoop even if you are too stupid to realize it.

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