Now you actually will be able to. I would if I was a resident of New York, which I'm not. Other than drag his feet before going into the bunker, Cuomo never bothered to meet with any fractavists - not Ingraffea, not The Sandra, not The Lou, Nicole, not nobody. Plus the Head Goombah is little more than a fracking crook. So frack him and the limo he rode in in. Do so at the Democratic primary by voting early and often - because I can't . . … [Read more...] about Vote for Teachout !
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It seems that stupidity knows no bounds... Aftershocks of the Gas Boom Ripple Through New York’s Wine Country Julie GrantJuly 29, 2016EnergyFollow the PipelineWater Driving around Seneca Lake, evidence of industry is everywhere. The wine industry, that is. There are fields upon fields of grapevines, wineries and tasting rooms nestled along the lakeside. Lou Damiani, co-owner of Damiani’s Wine Cellar, grew up around here. He and his partners started clearing land and … [Read more...] about WTF? Are You Fracking Crazy?
Frackers are talking about getting Coast Guard approval to barge frack waste down the Erie Canal. Would not touch that with an 11' barge pole. The following article provides insight on the Coast Guard's proposal to allow fracking waste to be transported by barge, the problem with barge spills, and Pennsylvania's lax rules that encourage illicit dumping. As Lou Alstadt has pointed out, a consequence of transporting fracking waste by barge could be a lot of northbound trucks carrying fracking … [Read more...] about Frack Barges on the Erie Canal ?
From my fellow GAZPROM operatives, the intrepid Team Slottje. If your town is thinking about banning fracking under its zoning laws - just fracking do it. Simply put, the DEC's proposed change in the SGEIS may just address one type of HVHF well - over 300,000 gallons. If "gallons" means water instead of "fluid" in the final draft, then HVHF fracking with a gelled propane (ie. Napalm) clusterfrack might be a loophole. (Not fracking likely, but we - The Bill, The Keith, The Sandra and The Lou - … [Read more...] about Brilliant Fracking Advice For Towns Considering A Fracking Ban
Seneca gas storage plan should be put on hold Approval of plans to vastly expand the Crestwood gas storage and distribution operation along Seneca Lake near Watkins Glen hinges on a single question: Will it be safe? The answer: Maybe. With so much at stake on the safe operation of this $40 million project, the answer must be more certain. Until then, New York should postpone issuing a permit for the plan. An in-depth Watchdog Report by Tom Wilber appearing in today's top … [Read more...] about The Daily Frack – June 29