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Bysshe: a leader in eco-friendly natural gas.— Harpers Ferry tunnel terminal entries

The Bysshe Company was a pre-War company in the energy sector.


Natural Gas Survey Project MD-16-001

Main article: An Antique Land

In 2077, Bysshe operated the research vessel USS Ozymandias after acquiring rights to the area of Point Lookout. The purpose of Natural Gas Survey Project MD-16-001 was to determine whether deposits of bio-gas were present in the area[1]

Operation: Mary's Little Lamb

Main article: The Lowe-Down

Bysshe commissioned engineer Calvin van Lowe to create an Imposter Sheepsquatch out of an Assaultron and cause a string of Sheepsquatch sightings. They did so to decrease property values in Lewisburg, making it more affordable to buy the real estate afterward.[2] The project team consisted of Calvin (codenamed "Blacksheep") as the main developer, Bo-Peep as the handler, and Big Bad Wolf as the fixer.[3] The Imposter Sheepsquatch escaped containment, severely injuring van Lowe and killing Bo-Peep.[4]

Harpers Ferry Tunnel natural gas pipeline

Main article: Out of the Blue

Bysshe offered to maintain a historic train tunnel near the town of Harpers Ferry, with the intention of running a pipeline beneath it.[5] Employees working in the facility survived the Great War.[6]



The Bysshe Company is also referred to as Bysshe Energy Partners and Bysshe Natural Gas Co.


Bysshe is mentioned in Fallout 3 and Fallout 76.



  1. USS Ozymandias terminal entries; terminal, Null
  2. Van Lowe Taxidermy terminal entries; assembly platform, Check-in #1
  3. Calvin's security code
  4. Garrahan Estate terminal entries; terminal, New "Security" Measures
  5. Aries: "Just your run-of-the-mill illegal natural gas pipeline, courtesy of the fine people at the Bysshe Company. A bit before the War, Bysshe offered to maintain this historic train tunnel out of the goodness of their cold, corporate hearts. And, wouldn't you know it, they may have had an ulterior motive."
  6. Harpers Ferry tunnel terminal entries; observation terminal, The End?