Last week, we answered the question, “Why do you use hydraulic fracturing in the Marcellus Shale” during our weekly #AskCabot Thursday. If you missed it, we responded with the answer “It creates pathways to vast amounts of #naturalgas deep underground that we would otherwise be unable to collect.”
As you’ve probably noticed from past blog posts, Twitter feeds, media coverage and most of all, our actions, we at Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation care deeply about the communities we live and work in. Yesterday, we posted a video about a scholarship we funded at the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center. We also mentioned that SCCTC invited us to The Challenge Program Senior Awards Ceremony last week.
Welcome to Video Tuesdays, a space on our blog to reflect on videos that have documented the success of Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation over the past few years and celebrate the advances we’re making in both the oil and gas industry as well as the community that we serve.
Last week, we interviewed John Edmonds, Financial Analyst at Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, for our Meet the Cabot Crew Feature. This Monday, we want to give credit to and shine light on all of our hard workers in the finance and accounting departments. If you’ve ever wondered who manages our money, our finest financiers will give you the scoop. Denise Clutter, accounting specialist, Tammy Downey, accounting specialist, Sherry Edgerton, accounts payable specialist, and Brenda Keim, financial analyst, weigh in on their jobs, their…
Our #FF this week is @energizeWV, a non-profit organization that aims to educate the state of West Virginia about the natural gas industry.
During last Thursday’s #AskCabot Twitter session, we answered the question: “How many days does it take to drill a well.” Our answer? “At present, each well is drilled between 15 and 20 days.” Today, we’ll discuss the timeline of an average well, oh wait – there is no average timeline. One of the most interesting parts about our jobs at Cabot is that each well is different, so the drilling, duration and completion processes vary from well to well.