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Championing the Energy Education Fund

The Energy Education Fund is dedicated to providing educational opportunities to students and teachers to grow a future workforce and interest in STEM fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics-related to the energy industry. Due to changing workforce demographics, there will be significant opportunities for younger workers within the energy industry — hundreds of thousands of whom are projected to fill 1.9 million new job opportunities by 2035 as almost

Championing the Energy Education Fund

The Energy Education Fund is dedicated to providing educational opportunities to students and teachers to grow a future workforce and interest in STEM fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics-related to the energy industry. Due to changing workforce demographics, there will be significant opportunities for younger workers within the energy industry — hundreds of thousands of whom are projected to fill 1.9 million new job opportunities by 2035 as almost

UPDATE: Bringing Natural Gas to Tunkhannock

Cabot is excited to see the progress on making natural gas available to families and businesses in Tunkhannock, Pa., and we’re pleased to help supply the community with local low-cost natural gas. As a leading Pennsylvania natural gas producer, we are encouraged to see the state’s gas distribution network being expanded. We’re proud to be part of that distribution coming to Wyoming County and the “backyard” of our operations. The below article is from

Cabot Expertise: What’s the drill?

“It has been such an amazing journey to watch this program develop and to be proud of what our guys do,” Cabot Oil & Gas drilling technician Helen Fender said, reflecting on improvements in natural gas drilling during Cabot’s ten years in Susquehanna County. Drilling is not the first step in creating a new natural gas well – there are months of preparation and planning before a well can begin

Shale Gas News 6/29/2019 Show

Every Saturday Rusty Fender and Cabot’s very own external affairs coordinator Bill deRosiers host the Shale Gas News, discussing energy trends and the latest natural gas news. Listen every Saturday at 10 AM on 94.3 FM, 1510 AM and Sundays on YesFM. This week Bill & Rusty had Charles A. Schleibs, Managing director of Stone Pier Capital Advisors, LP and Jim Willis of Marcellus Drilling News on as guests. They also discussed recent industry news, including the $252 million

Celebrate the 4th With a Bang, Thanks to Natural Gas

Fireworks are a tradition that Americans love to participate in on the 4th of July! We all enjoy the excitement that fireworks bring into the night sky, but most of us have no idea how they work. https://wellsaidcabot.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/4th-of-july-FIREWORKS-720p-0065c7ec-d6d5-4588-8f06-a97238730c11.mp4 How are fireworks made? The fireworks themselves are containers created from pasted paper. Paste, or glue is a common product that is created from natural gas. The fuse for a firework is

PUC Details Nearly $252 Million Distribution of Gas Drilling Impact Fees

The following is a re-post of the press release from the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) released on June 27, 2019: HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) today posted detailed information about this year’s distribution of impact fees on natural gas producers – totaling $242,964,000 – on the PUC’s Act 13 website. Additionally, another $8,866,900 is being distributed to municipalities and counties where producer payments had been withheld during a long-running court case

Local Benefits of Local Production

Oil and natural gas production doesn’t happen in a bubble; aside from creating new jobs, natural gas production also provides new opportunities for local, established businesses. We’re spotlighting a video showing how Susquehanna County, where Cabot has been operating for more than ten years, communities and businesses have benefited from the local production of natural gas. Natural gas production can be a game changer for businesses who have the potential

Shale Gas News 6/22/2019 Show

Every Saturday Rusty Fender and Cabot’s very own external affairs coordinator Bill deRosiers host the Shale Gas News, discussing energy trends and the latest natural gas news. Listen every Saturday at 10 AM on 94.3 FM, 1510 AM and Sundays on YesFM. This week Bill & Rusty had Samuel Schroeder, one of Cabot’s external affairs interns this summer, on the show. They also played an audio recording of Rep. Jonathan Fritz and Rep. Lisa Baker

Guest Post: ‘Energize PA’ to Create More Uses for Natural Gas at Home

The following story is a repost from EndlessMtnLifestyles.com by Rick Hiduk: Participants in the June 14 Energize PA presentation at Gibson included Rep. Jonathan Fritz, Susquehanna County commissioners Alan Hall and Betsy Arnold, Curt Coccodrilli of USDA, Rep. Mike Turzai, Rep. Tina Pickett, Sen. Lisa Baker, Rep. Aaron Kauffer, Rep. Josh Kail, and Progress Authority executive director Tony Ventello. High on a ridge overlooking Interstate 81 as it slices toward the