Most Recent Videos

  • Cabot Picnic helps educate communityScreen Shot 2013-10-23 at 2.24.31 PM

    A closer look at the Cabot Community Picnic which has helped educate over 20,000 individuals about the natural gas industry over the past four years.

  • 2013 Cabot Community Picnic2013 Cabot Community Picnic

    The 2013 Cabot Community Picnic featured 60+ vendords from the natural gas industry & the community and brought out over 8,500 people.

  • 2013 Cabot Picnic – From the Air!Community Picnic From the Air!

  • Careers in EnergyScreen Shot 2013-06-18 at 6.09.16 PM

    Experts from the energy industry – coal, wind, natural gas, solar, oil and nuclear – came together for the Careers in Energy program to introduce students to the wide variety …

  • Uniquely Cabotuniquely-cabot

    Giving Back to Our Region

  • What Can 1 BCF of Natural Gas Power?Screen Shot 2013-06-13 at 1.39.52 PM

    Putting Cabot’s production into perspective: what can one billion cubic feet of natural gas power?

  • Lackawanna College Rig Tourlackawanna

    Lackawanna College’s new school of Petroleum and Natural Gas came out to Cabot facilities for a rig tour to learn more about the industry they are training for.

  • Cabot & The Challenge Programchallenge-program

    Cabot is a sponsor of the Challenge Program, Inc. which awards students for their dedication to academic excellence, academic improvement, community service and school attendance.

  • Almost there: EMHS ProgressScreen Shot 2013-06-18 at 5.42.51 PM

    Endless Mountains Health Systems gathered employees, community members, local businesses and civic groups to celebrate the one year anniversary of groundbreaking on the new health facility.

  • One Year Later: EMHS Hospital Campaignmontrose-year1

    The community gathers one year after groundbreaking on the new hospital to celebrate the amazing progress.

  • Get Ready – Cabot Picnic 2013Screen Shot 2013-06-18 at 6.11.06 PM

    The Cabot Community Picnic will be held on Saturday, July 20 at the Harford Fair Grounds in Susquehanna County.

  • Creating a Ripple Effect in the Communityripple-effect

    Bill Carlson, a Cabot landowner in Susquehanna County, Pa., shares how he is using his royalty payments to help those in need.