Shale health advisory panel in works

A Senate Republican leader is drafting a bill to create a panel to address public health and safety issues stemming from drilling operations in the Marcellus Shale region.



Flush natural gas industry eyes exports

Producers embrace the idea of exporting natural gas, which would increase demand, boost prices, and spur more production. Exports would mean more American jobs producing gas. The income would also improve America's balance of trade.



Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs and Keystone Energy Forum Partner on 2nd Annual Outdoor Forum on Marcellus Shale

The Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs (PFSC) and the Keystone Energy Forum (KEF) will hold their 2nd annual joint forum focusing on Marcellus Shale development in Pennsylvania.



Federal commission seeks comment on pipeline project

FERC is seeking public comment (Thursday in New Milford) on a proposed Constitution Pipeline project that will run from Susquehanna County to northern New York state.



Natural gas royalties in Bradford County reach $160 million

So far, Marcellus Shale gas production has generated $160 million in royalties for land owners in Bradford County, a Penn State Extension educator said at a recent public meeting in Wysox Township.



DCED chief: Pennsylvania at center of energy revolution

A top state official said that Pennsylvania is at the center of an "energy revolution" and attention has now moved to drawing companies related to natural gas drilling to the state.



Citizens provide input for gas well fund

The Fayette County Commission held a meeting to hear from residents about how they have been impacted and their opinion on the best use Act 13 impact fees.



Report targets skills needed to fill energy jobs

The "Workforce Analysis Report: Energy Sector Jobs in Greater Pittsburgh," identified 14 high-demand, hard-to-fille occupations and work force development challenges.



Politics, environmental, global trade issues complicate natural gas exportation

Manufacturers and drillers have been warring over exports for more than a year, but many industry analysts say exporting is inevitable.



Natural Gas On The Verge Of A Breakout To $4 As Stars Line Up

The boom in natural gas production that has pushed prices below $2 per thousand cubic feet back in April has planted the seed for a huge correction the other way.