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01.14.15

PGT Trucking Unveils Five New CNG Trucks

On January 6th, one of the largest flatbed carriers in the country, PGT Trucking Inc., unveiled five new compressed natural gas (CNG) trucks, which are the first for the trucking company.

 

01.14.15

Majority of county residents support cracker plant despite environmental concerns

A majority of Beaver County residents surveyed by the Clean Air Council about Shell Chemicals' proposed ethane cracker plant said they were concerned about its environmental impact.

 

01.14.15

16 Amazing Facts About Natural Gas

Read these 16 facts about natural gas from Statoil, the second largest supplier of natural gas to the European market.

 

01.12.15

Agriculture and Energy: Powering Pa.'s Economy

The 99th annual Pennsylvania Farm Show - "the largest indoor agricultural exposition in the nation, with nearly 6,000 animals, 10,000 competitive exhibits and 300 commercial exhibits" - kicked off this weekend in Harrisburg with much fanfare.

 

01.07.15

Pa. court rules state agency can OK drilling beneath public land

Commonwealth Court on Wednesday upheld a Pennsylvania agency's authority to lease public land for natural gas drilling and rejected an environmental activist's challenges to how the state is spending money gleaned from those agreements.

 

01.07.15

The Impact of Marcellus Shale Development on Health and Health Care

Little is known about the potential human health effects of Marcellus Shale drilling and related development activities. It is likely that different phases of drilling and development may affect human health differently; some aspects of drilling may impact health directly and other health effects may be indirect.

 

01.07.15

Pennsylvania's Unconventional Drilling Process

This video, from PA Dept. of Environmental Protection, explains the complex unconventional drilling process in an easy-to-understand and visual format, and details how PA DEP regulates the unconventional drilling process.

 

01.06.15

The Impact of Marcellus Shale Development on Health and Health Care

The Center for Rural Pennsylvania commissioned a Marcellus Shale Impacts study, the second looking at health and health care.

 

01.06.15

Forced pooling policies remain unclear in Pennsylvania's shale plays

The first modern test case of a controversial section of Pennsylvania's dusty Oil and Gas Conservation Law ended with a fizzle in 2014 when the drilling company that sought to use it withdrew its application.

 

01.05.15

Filling begins for gas pipeline ending at Marcus Hook.

The first barrels in a potentially huge wave of natural gas liquids have started moving down a pipeline toward Marcus Hook, Pa., and a site straddling the Pennsylvania-Delaware border, although Sunoco Logistics is keeping details close.