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#AskCabot Recap: How Long Does it Take to Drill a Well?

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.

Drilling Down: Expo Overload- Job Opportunities in Natural Gas Industry

As a part of its commitment to building a strong local workforce, Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation participates in a number of programs designed to train individuals for work in the oil and gas industry as well as routinely attending regional job fairs. April’s Broome County Natural Gas Career and Education Expo sponsored by the Joint Landowners Coalition of New York (JLCNY) in partnership with Broome Community College is perhaps the greatest representation of the oil and gas industries commitment…

Video Tuesday: Cabot Works With Community to Reclaim Land

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.

Meet the Cabot Crew: John S. Edmonds

Today we would like you to meet John Edmonds, a Financial Analyst for the North Region of Cabot Oil & Gas. John has worked at Cabot for 11 years and five months, but who’s counting? As a Financial Analyst, he takes care of the North Region’s incomes and expenditures and advises all departments about spending management and accounting needs.

#FF Feature: @CHKmarcellus

Our #FF this week is @CHKmarcellus, the voice of Chesapeake Energy Marcellus Shale. Chesapeake Energy (@Chesapeake) is one of the largest producers of natural gas in the nation.

Exciting News at Cabot Oil & Gas

If you think about what defines Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania, you probably think about the amount of gas we produce on a daily basis. Certainly, this is an important quality to those who need energy and want to be energy independent, but what about something bigger for the county?  Cabot also makes strides everyday toward economic development and community sustainability.