Supplying Lackawanna Energy Center

Supplying Lackawanna Energy Center

The following is a press release issued by Cabot on July 5, 2016. It details the long-term sales agreement the company has made to supply Lackawanna Energy Center. Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation Announces New Long-Term Sales Agreement to Supply Lackawanna Energy Center HOUSTON, July 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation (NYSE: COG) ("Cabot") today reported it has executed a 10-year sales agreement to be the exclusive provider of natural gas supplies to Invenergy LLC'sLackawanna Energy Center power plant. Additionally, South Jersey Industries (NYSE: SJI) ("SJI"), the energy holding company for South Jersey Resources Group, LLC, will…

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West Virginia Flood Relief Efforts

West Virginia flood relief efforts

At the end of last month, several West Virginia counties were devastated by floods caused by heavy thunderstorms. Authorities have stated 23 people lost their lives – and warn this number may rise in the coming weeks – and thousands are left homeless after the complete devastation of homes and businesses. Many businesses and individuals have offered assistance, including a group of oil and natural gas companies who have pledged more than $350,000 to the American Red Cross (ARC) to help with the relief efforts. Cabot has joined these companies by donating $25,000 to the ARC of West Virginia and…

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Northumberland County Career And Technology Center Receives $30,000 In Materials

Northumberland County Career and Technology Center receives $30,000 in materials

Following the delivery of welding materials to Columbia-Montour Area Vocational Technical School, Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation and Williams once again partnered to supply another Pennsylvania vocational school, Northumberland Career and Technology Center, with much-needed supplies. The donation included approximately 200 feet of pipe and associated steel joints and pipe fittings. These materials will be used to help provide hands-on training for students, many of whom are preparing for potential careers in Pennsylvania’s natural gas industry. Approximately 25 students are enrolled in the welding program this coming year. “Now we have supplies we would not be able to purchase,” said…

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