160th Annual Harford Fair 4-H Livestock Auction

160th Annual Harford Fair 4-H Livestock Auction

Cabot participated in the Susquehanna County 4-H livestock auction at the 160th Harford Fair recently purchasing a goat and two pigs, one of which was a reserve champion. For those unfamiliar with 4-H, it is a program designed to empower youth to reach their full potential, working and learning in partnership with caring adults. 4-H focuses on teaching new topic and life skills development, science, citizenship, and healthy living. Many people don’t make the connection that farming, agriculture, and natural gas development go hand-in-hand. If you look across Susquehanna County, the number one producing region in all of the Marcellus shale, many…

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Elk Lake High School One Of “America’s Best High Schools For 2017”

Elk Lake High School one of “America’s Best High Schools for 2017”

Elk Lake High School recently received recognition as one of “America’s Best High Schools for 2017” by U.S. News & World Report. A full report on Elk Lake High School by U.S. News & World Report can be found here. To commemorate the incredible achievement I authored a Letter to the Editor (LTE) on behalf of Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation distinguishing the Elk Lake School district, including the Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center, and its administration. The LTE was submitted to and ran by regional papers over the last few days. Here is a copy of the LTE:…

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Pa.’s Impact Tax an Effective, Winning Policy

The following is a post from the Marcellus Shale Coalition published on July 21, 2017. - - - - - - Summertime – it’s the season for baseball, cookouts, and, unfortunately, for some lawmakers to renew tired calls for a massive, job-crushing energy tax increase. Despite the clear fact that Pennsylvania’s impact fee – our tax on natural gas, which has generated $1.2 billion in new revenue – is working, some in Harrisburg continue to be preoccupied over the false promise of energy tax increases. In a letter to leaders in Harrisburg, MSC president Dave Spigelmyer reinforced the fact that Pennsylvania’s “one-of-a-kind” tax was the…

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