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NG Advantage abandons plans for Fenton natural gas compressor station

Planning board didn't take 'hard look' in NG Advantage approval, judge says

Court puts temporary stop to Fenton natural gas station development

NG Advantage representatives tried to allay fears expressed by Town of Fenton residents who say the company's natural gas transfer station poses a potential threat to the health and safety of neighbors.

A judge's order has halted construction on a Town of Fenton natural gas transfer station just as developers try to allay fears voiced by opponents who claim the project poses serious hazards.

LAWSUIT: Fenton procedures flawed in transfer station approval

A lawsuit seeking to overturn the recent approval of a natural gas transfer station in Port Dickinson claims the Town of Fenton Planning Board failed to follow proper procedures during the five-month project review.

Quiet lawsuit challenges N.Y.'s fracking ban

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ALBANY – A legal challenge to New York's ban on large-scale hydraulic fracturing has been hidden in plain site since May.

New York's fracking ban starts the clock for lawsuits

Attorney Deborah Goldberg of Earthjustice, and who represented the Town of Dryden, N.Y., against energy interests, said of any possible lawsuit against New York’s ban on fracking that, “My assessment of it is the state has done a good job of defending its decision.”
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Gas companies may sue N.Y. State over fracking ban

A natural gas drilling rig at in Zelienople, Pa.
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ALBANY – When Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration first said it would ban large-scale hydraulic fracturing, it was hailed as a victory for vocal environmentalists and fracking opponents and a stunning defeat for the natural-gas industry.

Propane fracking faces long odds

Bucky Snyder, 71, stands on the plot of his land in Lockwood where propane fracking has been proposed.


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