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  • dreiser139 dreiser139 Jul 20, 2013 6:13 PM Flag

    dept.of energy

    its been reported and i heard on the friday edition of the larry kudlow program that the above dept after a one year study concluded that fracking does not contiminate the water aquifiers that supply our drinking water.
    great news for mwe and proably hclp.
    now those greenie morons from nys along with that leftie gov cuomo in nys may have to change their tune.
    cuomo in bed with those yahoos oko ono and robt.f.kennedy jr.and the rest of those greenies who contribute to his campaign.
    according to all reports i have read upper nys would love to dump cuomo.
    i hope they succeed.
    by the way with this good news whom does this board thinks will benefit in the same league or close to mwe.
    good investing

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    • Hi,Dreiser..Great News! One smaller firm that this will benefit is PVR...PVR is building the natural gas gathering pipelines for producers like Range Resources drilling in the dry gas areas of NE Pennsylvania. Were NY state to allow fracking it will be in the areas along the NY/PA border west of Binghamton right next to where PVR is working...extending the pipelines into NY state would be relatively easy. Other than that this news lifts the threat of class action lawsuits against all drillers. I suspect that this might also be great for oil drillers in California thinking to drill into the Monterrey shale deposits. Range,Antero etc will be delighted in that the urban Pittsburgh area will be happier to allow drilling..and I suspect that state forests etc will be open to fracking now,too. Obviously, states like TX,OK,NM, etc don't worry about fracking. So, biggest effects will be in the coastal areas where environmentalists are strong!

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      • That is great news, but important to note that the study found that no contaminants were reaching the aquifers shallower aquifers that fed wells near the study. Those are significant results for that particular area, but the hydrogeology will not be the same everywhere. With more fractured geology, groundwater may move into shallower aquifers. If such is the case, the question will then be whether the fracking reagents are contaminants or benign. This study was site specific, so be wary of thinking that everywhere else is in the clear - though I hope that they are.

      • ake
        read my gel latest piece
        ive bought pvr when they were blasting the e and p mlps bought plenty with a yield north of 8% im very happy with my purchase and truly envision mwe growing like crazy.
        im a happy camper.
        good investing

    • I would put my money on MWE to keep growing in the Marcellus and the Utica and elsewhere. Right now, we can't even envision how big these will be and MWE has the momentum and the customers. They are a known entity with their customer producers and very well respected and satisfied according to EnergyPoint Research Surveys.

      Nothing tops satisfied customers, and MWE has worked hard to win that repect in the past and is commited to continue to do so in the future.


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