News

06.16.15

Shell completes purchase of former Horsehead Corp. site

Shell Chemicals has closed on an agreement to buy the former Horsehead Corp. property along the Ohio River where it could build a multibillion dollar ethane cracker plant.

 

06.15.15

Marcellus housing getting an upgrade

Thanks to the 2014 impact fee, the Pennsylvania Finance Agency is now issuing a Request for Proposals for projects that will improve housing in the Marcellus Shale region in Pennsylvania.

 

06.15.15

New poll shows majority of Pennsylvanians favor fracking

The survey, performed by Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, shows 57.1 percent of Pennsylvanians support the natural gas drilling technique.

 

06.13.15

Weekend rain set to clear smoggy Pittsburgh air

Area's high ozone levels will decrease

 

06.11.15

Natural Gas Weekly Update

Marcellus ethane moves one step closer to Europe with delivery of the first Dragon class liquid gas carrier .

 

06.11.15

State roundtable focuses on Philadelphia's potential to be energy titan

Joined by state business, energy and labor leaders, Speaker of the House Mike Turzai (R-Dist. 28) hosted an energy roundtable Thursday at the Marcus Hook Industrial Complex in Philadelphia, focusing on transforming the city into a global energy hub.

 

06.11.15

Impact fee revenue comes as welcome news for local budgets

Some welcome news for municipal budgets came on Wednesday from the state Public Utility Commission - millions of dollars is on its way to local coffers from the Marcellus Shale impact fee.

 

06.11.15

Centre County receives more than $500,000 in drilling fees from state

Centre County received more than $500,000 in 2014 from natural gas drilling in the county.

 

06.10.15

Pennsylvania communities to share $223 million in drilling impact fees

Payments by drillers lower than '13; PUC says data incomplete

 

06.10.15

Washington County top recipient of gas impact fees for 2014

Washington County and its municipalities led the state in reimbursements from impact fees paid by drillers in Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale in 2014, with the county receiving $6.5 million and its municipalities garnering $11.1 million for a total of $17.63 million, according to a list provided Wednesday by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission.