NG Advantage

Gas Compressor Rejected
The Town of Fenton Zoning Board of Appeals is cutting down plans to develop a natural gas transfer-compression station on the West Service Road by the narrowest of margins.
The Gas Debate Goes On
The battle over a plan to develop a natural gas compressor station near Hillcrest and Port Dickinson in the Town of Fenton continues.
Transfer Station Stalled Again
The Town of Fenton Planning Board may not be the lead agency to review a new attempt to get approval for a natural gas compressor and filling station on West Service Road.
Hold, Please
A New York State Supreme Court Judge is still reserving judgement on whether or not NG Advantage can move forward with constructing a natural gas compressor station in the Town of Fenton.
Develop Elsewhere
New York State Senator Fred Akshar says, while he supports Natural Gas development in the state, he is asking a company that wants to develop a compressed natural gas trucking terminal and filling station in the Town of Fenton to look for another site.
Signs Pulled
People fighting a natural gas compressor project in Fenton say town highway department workers pulled up signs expressing opposition to the facility.
Legal Challenge
The Chenango Valley School District is preparing to hire a law firm to investigate options regarding a proposed natural gas transfer facility in the Town of Fenton.
Project Battle
People concerned about a proposed natural gas transfer station in the Town of Fenton have launched petition campaigns against the project.
Compressor Station OK
The Town of Fenton Planning Board is giving the thumbs up to developing a natural gas compressor station on the West Service Road next to the Port Dickinson Community Park.
Controversial Project
Some Port Dickinson residents and officials are fighting plans to develop a natural gas transfer operation in the Town of Fenton.