Firm Drops Plan Gas Drilling in Pennsylvania Amid Opposition

Associated Press: A Michigan-based energy company has given up a six-year battle to drill for natural gas in southeastern Pennsylvania`s upper Bucks County, citing opposition from local government. Terry Bela, manager of Arbor Resources, told The Philadelphia Inquirer on Tuesday that Nockamixon Township`s elected officials "made it impossible for the company to move forward." Arbor had signed hundreds of leases with landowners to drill exploratory wells, but Nockamixon Township fought the plan, arguing that......

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