Residents express opposition to fracking at public hearing
Share concerns about dangers
Buffalo News – June 3, 2012
National Fuel plans to start compressor station work
Buffalo News – April 23, 2012
Family, Friends Of Park’s Namesake Want Nfg’s Project Re-Examined
Buffalo News – April 1, 2012
National Fuel again ranked No. 2 among Eastern natural gas utilities
Buffalo News – March 15, 2012
Report blasts National Fuel Critics say company pays too little in taxes
Buffalo News – March 9, 2012
Fuel Group advises shareholders to reject National plan
Buffalo News – March 8, 2012
Region’s CEOs are richer after recession
Buffalo News – June 5th, 2011
The boom times are back in the boss’ office. While the earnings for the average worker in the Buffalo Niagara region has been virtually flat for two years, payday was a bonanza last year for the top executives at the area’s publicly traded companies. Nine local executives — led by David F. Smith, National Fuel Gas Co. chairman and CEO, with a $7.1 million pay package — topped the $2 million mark in total compensation. At the top of the local CEO pay rankings were a pair of National Fuel executives, Smith and Ronald J. Tanski, the Amherst-based energy company’s president and chief operating officer.
National Fuel denied bid for preliminary injunction
Buffalo News – April 1st, 2011
National Fuel’s bid for a preliminary injunction against PUSH Buffalo was rejected Wednesday by State Supreme Court Justice Gerald J. Whalen.Whalen also vacated the temporary restraining order that State Supreme Court Justice Timothy J. Drury granted National Fuel against PUSH last September.
Sean E. Cooney, attorney for PUSH, said the organization is continuing to urge National Fuel to direct money from its Conservation Incentive Program to lower fuel costs for lower-income customers.
Activists renew push on National Fuel
Buffalo News – March 11th, 2011
The National Fuel Accountability Coalition, made up of more than a dozen community organizations, held a “stakeholder meeting” in the afternoon to publicly repeat its call for reforms to the company’s Conservation Incentive Program, which is funded by ratepayers.
The Rev. M. Bruce McKay, pastor of Pilgrim-St. Luke’s United Church of Christ in Buffalo, said the group would like to meet with top National Fuel executives to discuss their ideas for the conservation program.
Protesters put heat on National Fuel
Buffalo News – Feb 17th, 2011
“If they cut the HEAP program, it will be a disaster. I personally know people, especially low-income families, who survive because of it,” said Claudio, the pastor of El Neuvo Camino UCC on the West Side.
Claudio’s church belongs to VOICE-Buffalo, which Tuesday joined with several other organizations in the newly formed National Fuel Accountability Coalition to press a similar message, including a request to meet with David F. Smith, the utility’s chairman and chief executive officer.