Marcellus Production Virtually Unaffected by Sandy
Natural gas production in the Northeast is continuing at a high pace despite the devastating effects Hurricane Sandy had on homes and businesses in much of the region.
On Wednesday, some Marcellus Shale-area producers were saying there was very little impact to their operations, and data from Bentek Energy, a unit of Platts, showed minimal drop-off to total Northeast gas production flow.
Northeast production flow was pegged at about 8.81 Bcf for Wednesday, down slightly from 8.83 Bcf on Tuesday. Monday's flow total was higher, at 9.06 Bcf, but flows were lower over the weekend and late last week, when the October 26 flow was at 8.84 Bcf.
"Cabot was fortunate," said George Stark, spokesman for Cabot Oil & Gas. "Our operations, including production, were not adversely impacted by the storm."
The real shame is that you (nor Sand) have a clue about what Act 13 does, yet you think it will stop production of natgas in PA. I suggest either or both of you actually do some research on the subject then get back to the board with your "findings." Norris - better do it right now otherwise you will forget about it in thrity minutes.
Sooner or later you have to makean investemnt in alternate energy. Let me ask you this would you like a rig next to your house? Or are you so wrapped up in your NG that you could careless about others. You knowNGis very explosive. As you have seen NG leaks from sandy is slowing efforts down as you can smell the Ng in the air. or does this not matter,