News

04.17.13

Gas companies respond to EPA inspections

Two midstream companies in Washington County that process and transport natural gas have agreed to improve their operations after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency found problems at their facilities.

 

04.15.13

Global natural gas boom fuels local Air Products business

Air Products heat exchangers produce most of the world's liquefied natural gas.

 

04.12.13

Landfill methane-to-energy project gets national award

Lycoming County was one of seven places in the country to receive the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's award for excellence in landfill gas energy projects for 2012.

 

04.12.13

Marcellus bringing jobs to Pennsylvania

Recent pipeline and processing infrastructure in the Marcellus area has increased not only natural gas production in Pennsylvania, but the job scene, as well.

 

04.08.13

House moving Marcellus economic bills

House lawmakers plan action this week on bills providing millions of dollars of state tax credits and grants to develop a bigger market with vehicles using natural gas in Pennsylvania.

 

04.05.13

Energy-related carbon dioxide emissions declined in 2012

Energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in 2012 were the lowest in the United States since 1994, at 5.3 billion metric tons of CO2. With the exception of 2010, emissions have declined every year since 2007.

 

04.04.13

Gas metering station tour offers insight into proposed facility

Anyone driving on state Route 11 past the Wyoming Monument can see in its shadow the two small brick structures surrounded by fencing. But not everybody notices them.

 

04.04.13

North Beaver natural gas plant faces resistance

Citizens sounded off against a proposed natural-gas-fired electric plant in North Beaver Township at a Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection public hearing Wednesday.

 

04.04.13

Natural gas to Wyalusing?

Leatherstocking Gas Company representative Russell Miller gave a presentation Tuesday to the Wyalusing Township supervisors on the company's hopes of providing natural gas to the area.

 

04.03.13

Groundwater Contamination from Hydraulic Fracturing? Separating Fact from Fiction

Controversy surrounding groundwater contamination from shale gas development started to gain a significant media presence in 2009, coinciding with the early boom in the Marcellus Shale region.