Gas Free Seneca en Gas storage contoversy continues to simmer <p></p><p>It’s something few people think about, but all that natural gas --and other fossil fuels -- produced by hydrofracking has to be stored somewhere before it gets to the consumer. Often used for the job: underground salt caverns like the ones near Watkins Glen in the Finger Lakes. Now an out-of-state company wants to expand storage there, a plan some local residents call risky.&nbsp;</p><p>About 100 environmental activists welcomed three of their own with singing that sounded like it was straight out of the civil rights movement last April, after they spent a week in jail.</p> Mon, 22 Jul 2013 12:17:30 +0000 David Chanatry 41438 at Gas storage contoversy continues to simmer