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Top 5 Marcellus stories of the week June 27 – July 3

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While the economy settles after Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, oil prices and the economy aren’t the only things on the minds of readers in the Marcellus shale area. News from the coal industry, still an important facet of Appalachian life, engaged readers this week. Plus…scandal! While news regarding fraud charges against Breitling Energy’s CEO, Chris Faulkner, got everyone’s ...

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NY Sen. Schumer: Make oil safer before train shipments

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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York Sen. Charles Schumer says oil companies should be required to make their crude less dangerous to transport before loading it onto trains. The Democrat said Wednesday that much of the oil being shipped via train can be rendered less hazardous by removing flammable gasses first. Oil coming from North Dakota’s Bakken Shale formation is considered more ...

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UMH to host Athlete Signing with Jason Gildon

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UMH Properties, Inc. is delighted to announce it will be hosting an autograph signing with Pittsburgh Steelers standout Jason Gildon. An Oklahoma State alumnus, Jason played as a linebacker for the Steelers from 1994 to 2003 and for the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2004. In 2000, 2001 and 2002, he was picked three times for the Pro Bowl, and he still ...

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Top 5 Marcellus Stories of the Week, June 11-17

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Just in case you missed this week’s headlines, here’s a summary of what our Marcellus readers found most engaging this week: Technology is always at the forefront of oil and gas operations. Here’s one way to get around those carbon emissions regulations. What will the future hold? Scientists turn carbon dioxide into harmless stone 2. Those opposed to oil and ...

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Solar-powered plane’s latest leg: Ohio to Pennsylvania

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DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — A solar-powered airplane has taken off from the Ohio hometown of America aviation pioneers Wilbur and Orville Wright on the latest leg of its journey around the world. The Swiss-made Solar Impulse 2 took off from Dayton International Airport just after 4 a.m. Wednesday with a destination of Lehigh Valley International Airport in Allentown, Pennsylvania. The flight ...

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Sourcewater, Inc. honored with New Technology of the Year Award – Software in the 2016 Northeast Oil & Gas Awards

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Sourcewater, the online water exchange for the energy ecosystem, was presented with the award for New Technology Development of the Year at the The 4th annual Northeast Oil & Gas Awards. The awards ceremony honored the brightest work being done in the Upstream and Midstream Oil & Gas Industry at their red carpet gala in Pittsburgh, Pennslvania on March 30,, ...

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Sourcewater – helping SWDs stay afloat in turbulent times

Among the many challenges operators face in this down-market, produced water management remains their single largest operating expense. Across the board, onshore E&P’s have significantly reduced capital investment – rig counts are down and operators have high-graded assets. Yet, while ongoing declines in the price of oil further suppress drilling and completion activity, the constant stream of produced water from ...

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Upside-down weather pattern across US linked to El Nino

Skiers and snowboarders ride a lift up a mountain on Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2015, at Snoqualmie Pass, Wash. A weather pattern that could be associated with El Nino has turned winter upside-down across the U.S. during a week of heavy holiday travel, bringing spring-like warmth to the Northeast, a risk of tornadoes in the South and so much snow in parts of the West that there are concerns about avalanches. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

SEATTLE — Astrid Rau just baked 16 kinds of Christmas cookies, including a batch in the shape of snowflakes. But she’s nevertheless having trouble getting in the holiday spirit, thanks to forecasts that have the temperature in her hometown of Perkasie, Pennsylvania, hitting 72 degrees on Thursday. “I associate cold with Christmas,” the 55-year-old says. “And if it’s warm it ...

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Pipeline opponent appeals to West Virginia county

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. — Opponents of a proposed 550-mile natural gas pipeline are asking a West Virginia county to support their efforts seeking a combined review of that energy project and others. The Exponent Telegram reports that the Virginia chapter of the Sierra Club delivered its request Thursday before the Upshur County Commission. The Sierra Club’s Kirk Bowers said commissioners should ask ...

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