News

08.11.14

Goodhart Sons Inc. Announces New Pipe Fabrication Facility

Goodhart Sons Inc., a 79-year-old non-union ASME code shop, industrial fabricator and erector serving both domestic and international clientele, has announced development of a new pipe fabrication facility at their Lancaster, PA headquarters.

 

08.08.14

FERC hears public comment on Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project

New pipelines would pass through five northeast counties on its way to Transcontinental Pipeline.

 

08.07.14

DEP report faults human error in fatal Greene County well explosion

Human error by an inexperienced natural gas well worker probably led to a February explosion that caused a fatal fire on a Marcellus Shale well site in Greene County, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection said.

 

08.07.14

Pa. named top global destination for energy industries

The Foreign Direct Investment Association says Pennsylvania is the top destination in the world for energy.

 

08.06.14

Propane 101

Propane is used by millions of Americans each and every day. Traditionally, propane is often thought of for heating and cooking with household items including furnaces, water heaters, air conditioners, dryers, ranges and outdoor grills. However, in recent years non-traditional uses such as powering fleet vehicles have become more popular.

 

08.06.14

Man who dumped fracking waste into river gets prison term

U.S. District Judge Donald Nugent sentenced Benedict Lupo to 28 months in prison and fined him $25,000.

 

08.06.14

Marcellus shale gas production sets record in July

Drillers operating in the Marcellus shale basin set a production record in July, with wells collectively yielding more than 15 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day.

 

08.06.14

Committing to Natural gas

New Milford, Susquehanna County- People living in one Susquehanna County borough are another step closer to converting their oil and propane heating systems into ones that run on natural gas.

 

08.06.14

Atlantic Sunrise pipeline to take Marcellus gas southeast

A proposed 178-mile pipeline in northeastern Pennsylvania that aims to connect Marcellus Shale production to the Mid-Atlantic and southeast is advancing. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission said it is preparing an environmental impact statement for the proposed Atlantic Sunrise expansion project.

 

08.04.14

Consol, Range hamstrung by lack of pipelines

Consol Energy Inc. more than doubled its gas production during the past three months, compared with the same period in 2013, but like other Marcellus Shale operators, it's eager to get its gas out of this region and to more lucrative markets.