Archive for Media Coverage – Corinth gas well

Denton-Record Chronicle Reports on Temporary Moratorium in Corinth

Corinth moves to slow drilling

New, amended permits subject to moratorium   

 07:14 AM CDT on Friday, May 21, 2010

By Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe / Staff Writer 

CORINTH – The City Council imposed a 120-day moratorium on new and amended drilling permits as well as a moratorium on new natural gas pipeline facilities during its regular meeting Thursday night. The moratorium will remain in place, with the possibility of a two-month extension, until the council can revisit and revise its natural gas drilling and production pipeline ordinances. 

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Media Coverage – Corinth Gas Drilling

April 22 – Denton Record Chronicle
State makes air data available

April 17 – Denton Record Chronicle
Residents: No to XTO

April 15 – KERA
Gas Drilling Plans Heat up Corinth Neighborhood

April 15 – The Lake Cities Sun
Gas well hearing continues for Corinth

April 14 – The Dallas Morning News
Corinth Residents Fighting Gas Well Proposal

April 13 – The 33 News
State Testing Uncovers Toxins in Dish Residents

April 13- Denton Record Chronicle
Test Finds Toxins in Dish Residents

April 12- The 33 News
Christian Non-Profit Signs Gas Lease Igniting Debate in Corinth

April 11 – The Dallas Morning News
Most Barnett Shale facilities release emissions – Click here.

April 11 – Denton Record-Chronicle
The peope are ahead of the curve – click here.

April 10 – Denton Record-Chronicle
Corinth assesses drilling request – click here.

April 3 – Denton Record-Chronicle
Corinth delays gas well action – click here.

April 1 – txsharon.blogspot.com
UPDATE: Report from Corinth click here.

April 1 – The 33 News
Corinth City Council Hearing – click here.

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Corinth Delays Gas Well Action: Denton Record Chronicle

The Corinth City Council voted late Thursday to postpone action on two gas well permits and a series of code variances for XTO Energy, after residents crowded City Hall to oppose the company’s plans.

The decision came more than four hours after a public hearing began on the topic. Deliberations will continue at the council’s next meeting April 15.

Mayor Paul Ruggiere said the delay would give city officials time to research questions raised during the meeting.

Click here for the full article on the Denton Record Chronicle.

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The 33 News: Corinth City Council Hearing

News video from The 33 News on the Corinth City Council Hearing.

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