News

10.01.12

Leases for gas drillers don't last forever

Robert Burnett hears from clients about expiring gas leases "almost every day" from his position as chair of the oil and gas group at the Downtown-based Houston Harbaugh law firm.

 

09.29.12

Keystone Energy Forum and Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs Hold 2nd Annual

Today, the Keystone Energy Forum, in partnership with the Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs, held its 2nd Annual "Outdoors Forum" focusing on natural gas development and its interaction with Pennsylvania's countryside.

 

09.28.12

Panel discusses Marcellus Shale Community Compact

Politicians, health industry and government representatives, education leaders, and natural gas representatives discussed impacts of natural gas development in Tioga County.

 

09.28.12

Natural gas bills in Pittsburgh area expected to keep falling

Falling natural gas prices cut the average monthly home heating bill by $60 to $100 in the Pittsburgh area during the past three years, and experts predict more savings this year.

 

09.28.12

Marcellus Gas Comes To Town -- In More Ways Than One

The Marcellus Shale Coalition held its annual "Shale Gas Insight" conference at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia to discuss its ramifications.

 

09.27.12

Former Sunoco refinery in Marcus Hook will process Marcellus Shale products

Sunoco Inc. announced Wednesday that its shuttered Marcus Hook refinery would be reborn as a facility to process Marcellus Shale natural-gas products,

 

09.27.12

Several express opposition to natural gas pipeline

Staff members of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission got an earful of opposition to natural gas at a public hearing on the proposed Constitution Pipeline.

 

09.27.12

School drilling lease bill heads to Corbett

A bill is headed to Gov. Tom Corbett to allow Pennsylvania's state-owned universities to keep the proceeds if a college decides to lease land for gas drilling.

 

09.27.12

The Grid: Cheap Natural Gas From Fracking Makes U.S. Surprise Energy Power

Asian demand for natural gas has risen so sharply in recent years that Alaska wants to build a $50 billion pipeline and export terminal to move its stranded supply offshore.

 

09.27.12

About 4,500 gallons of treated water enters creek

An unspecified amount of treated frack water ran into Pine Creek following a tractor-trailer crash about 1 p.m. Wednesday just south of Ramsey along Route 44.