It was about two years ago that Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. CEO Dan Dinges said 2018 could be the “inflection year” for the company, which operates in just one county in the bottlenecked region of northeast Pennsylvania, as management anticipated more than 1 Bcf/d of demand outlets coming online.
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When it goes online, Invenergy LLC’s Lackawanna Energy Center in Pennsylvania will burn clean natural gas — and have a clean hedge on its fuel supply.
Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. has struck a 10-year sales agreement to exclusively supply a 1,500 MW natural gas-fired power plant in Northeast Pennsylvania.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has approved an air quality permit for a proposed natural-gas fired power plant that, if built, would be one of the largest in the state.
Tennessee Gas Pipe Line Co. LLC (TGP) has filed for a certificate with FERC to expand its system in Pennsylvania by 180,000 Dth/d to serve a new natural gas-fired power plant in the northeast part of the state that’s expected to be in-service by 2017.
Tennessee Gas Pipe Line Co. LLC has filed for a certificate with FERC to expand its system in Pennsylvania by 180,000 Dth/d to serve a new natural gas-fired power plant in the northeast part of the state that's expected to be in-service by 2017.
President Obama is scheduled to make a two-day trip, stopping at communities in northern New York and northeastern Pennsylvania later this week, traversing two states that so far have taken very divergent paths over Marcellus Shale development.