A group opposed to a gas transmission pipeline being developed along the Interstate 81 Corridor through Broome, Cortland and Onondaga counties is also offering advice for property owners who may actually want to enter into an agreement with the Millennium Pipeline Company for allowing the pipe to traverse their land
Following a test drive, of sorts, allowing food trucks to sell treats in Downtown Binghamton during the first fall concert on the Peace Stage on the Riverwalk recently, the city is now asking residents and people who visit and work in Binghamton if the arrangement should be made more permanent
An energy industry organization has launched an effort to call more attention to New York State's effective moratorium on high-volume hydraulic fracturing.
The Independent Oil and Gas Association is publicizing information it says will show what the state has lost as development of natural gas in the Marcellus Shale has been on hold for the past five years
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