Archive for the “Gas” Category

Oil and gas prices have not gone up, even with the ban on deep-water oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.

Senators Landrieu and Chambliss were recently extolling their bi-partisan support for getting natural gas out of US shale, in an “opinion contributor” in Politico.com a couple of days ago, here. They don’t want to hamper this burgeoning industry, and so have formed the Senate Natural Gas Caucus, intended to … educate members of Congress and […]

I’ve pointed out in a previous post some of the reasons why environmental permitting processes include public comments (and public hearings).  It is important to understand a lot more about commenting on documents such as the draft Supplemental Generic Environmental Impact Statement developed by NY State for permitting drilling activities in the Marcellus Shale (the […]