Wednesday, February 29, 2012

PA Marcellus News Digest for 2/29/12


PA Marcellus News Digest February 29, 2012




Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation Announces Major Leadership Gift to Endless Mountains Health Systems
New Hospital Project to Gain $3 Million through Community Match
Cabot website
Feb. 28
MONTROSE, Pa. PRNewswire -- Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation (NYSE:COG) today announced a substantial pledge of funds to the new hospital project being undertaken by the Endless Mountains Health System (EMHS).  The Cabot / EMHS Community Match Fund will be launched with a $1 million check from the independent natural gas producer with operations in Susquehanna.



Plan raises concerns for Buffalo Trails residents about effect of pipeline
Jodi Weigand
Feb. 29
A gas transmission company wants to tear out a dormant fuel line running through the township and replace it with a larger, high-pressure line carrying natural gas.
NiSource Gas Transmission & Storage wants to replace a 10-inch line formerly used to ship jet and diesel fuel with a 20-inch natural gas line.


DEP: Robinson spill bigger than first thought
Christie Campbell
Feb. 26
MCDONALD - The state Department of Environmental Protection said a spill of condensate from a natural gas well site in Robin Hill, Robinson Township, is larger than originally believed.
The DEP and representatives of Chevron-Appalachia, the company that drilled the natural gas well, met Friday to discuss the incident.


Rex has permits for Perry Twp.
Times Online
Feb. 26
Rex Energy Corp. obtained drilling permits for two well sites in Lawrence County earlier this month, according to state Department of Environmental Protection records.

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