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Who Will Supply New York With Natural Gas?

May 4, 2014

Today, new technologies for unlocking natural gas have revolutionized the industr....

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May-11-14 10:57 PM

I see sammie the turtle is still making his same baseless accusations of people without a shred of proof or an ounce of brain cells. Keep up the good work oh progressive loser.

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May-09-14 2:54 PM

Must be lone disagreed. He's not too smart either.

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May-08-14 10:14 AM

dengo the gas is in the earth and there is no barrier in the earth separating NY gas from PA gas.

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May-07-14 2:48 PM

I have a question? Why do we have to get all the gas now just what would it be like if the other states depleted their gas reserves and would have to depend on New York Stats gas.

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May-05-14 9:47 PM

Ok I give you that reactors will help produce electricity but how will that help all those that heat with gas? Or how will that help me fill my tank. Unless you think nuclear powered cars are a good idea. Or trains, buses, trucks etc.

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May-05-14 7:06 PM

Nuclear fusion reactors should be a priority in research but they aren't. Powerful oil companies will never let it happen.

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May-05-14 11:25 AM

I really would like to know what all these people would want everyone to do for cheap energy (relatively speaking) if we don't tap into fossil fuels. Solar is to expensive for most to install enough to take the place, windmills are a joke, what are we supposed to use in it's place. The cost of converting from gas to anything else is also more then many retired or low income workers can afford to do. Give us a viable option.

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May-05-14 3:44 AM

Let neighboring states deplete their resources, ravage their landscape,contaminate their ground water,wear and tear already worn and stressed infrastructure, expose themselves to toxins,and when there is no more to import from them great. That was their decision.Let's think about it then. I would still say no and suffer another way.

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May-04-14 8:02 PM

We all have an interest in the development of our natural gas resources from an economic and national security standpoint. Sticking our heads in the sand and ignoring the 30 states and now over 10 years of development of the hydrofracking process continues to threaten the standard of living for all New Yorkers. As Kidder stated- we use a tremendous amount of gas in New York and much of it is now high volume hydrofracked gas imported from neighboring states. What other energy source can replace this resource?

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May-04-14 6:30 PM

You have a dog in this race just like kidder. I don't.

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May-04-14 10:59 AM

Carlaw...when you disconnect from all the fossil fuels you use and benefit from...let us know. Kidder wrote an excellent commentary which shows true American excellence and ingenuity.

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May-04-14 6:15 AM

The writer of this commentary was "founder and former owner of a New York State natural gas exploration and production company based in Western New York." That explains his one sided point of view.

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