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02.09.15

PIOGA, Kids Get It donate money to schools for energy projects

Five Pennsylvania schools will receive a total of $2,048 in grants from the Pennsylvania Independent Oil and Gas Association (PIOGA) to create energy-related projects.

 

02.08.15

New Study Highlights Shale's "Significant Impact" for Pa.'s Economy

Sunoco Logistics' pipeline infrastructure projects will generate nearly $4.2 billion in economic activity in Pennsylvania, support an estimated 30,000 construction jobs, and generate nearly $62 million in new tax revenues to the Commonwealth, according to a new study released yesterday.

 

02.05.15

Study predicts $4.2 billion benefit from Mariner East pipeline

Sunoco Logistics' expansion of its pipeline system moving propane, butane and other liquids from shale wells to the East Coast will pump $4.2 billion into the state's economy and support 30,000 jobs during construction, a company-commissioned study found.

 

02.04.15

Southwestern president says company will start drilling in W.Va. soon

Southwestern Energy Corporation will be moving forward quickly with work at Chesapeake Energy sites throughout West Virginia following Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin's Wednesday signing of new legislation allowing natural gas well work permits to be transferred between companies.

 

02.04.15

Westmoreland pipe manufacturer lands its largest order ever

Westmoreland County-based Dura-Bond Industries has won an order for more than $400 million worth of steel pipe, its largest single order ever, according to the company.

 

02.04.15

County OKs $100G study to weigh options for growth near Sunoco site in Marcus Hook

Delaware County Council members announced Tuesday a plan for an economic study to identify the appropriate market for economic growth near the borough's Sunoco Logistics plant.

 

02.03.15

NFG slashes rates by over 12 percent

Natural gas prices are joining the ranks of other falling energy costs which has resulted in National Fuel Gas Distribution Co. slashing rates by more than 12 percent.

 

02.03.15

If low enough, natural gas prices could dampen some municipal budgets

Last July, Center Township in Greene County received a payment from the state of more than a half-million dollars, boosting the existing budget by 75 percent. That check accounted for about 43 percent of the township's 2014 revenues.

 

01.31.15

Penn State professor to speak in Coudersport on Utica Shale

The Potter County Natural Gas Resource Center has arranged for an award-winning geoscientist as guest speaker for its next meeting, at 7 p.m. Feb. 17 at the Gunzburger Building on Main Street in Coudersport.

 

01.30.15

Penn State to host Marcellus Shale classes in Lancaster

Dozens of Lancaster and Lebanon county residents will soon have a chance to ask Penn State researchers about natural gas development in their communities.