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06.10.16

Glatfelter completing $63 million natural gas conversion

James Loder, director of energy management for Glatfelter, discusses why the company is converting to natural gas boilers at its Spring Grove facility.

 

06.10.16

New Shell Petrochemical plant creates thousands of new jobs

API and North America's Building Trades Unions welcomed Shell's decision to build a petrochemical complex in Pennsylvania creating six thousand new construction jobs.

 

06.09.16

Ohio Valley Lures Manufacturers With Rock-Bottom Natural Gas Prices

A group of business leaders in a small corner of Ohio and West Virginia are laying down a big claim: They have the cheapest natural gas in the industrialized world.

 

06.08.16

US Chamber report puts US in fourth place for energy security

From 2016 International Index of Energy Security Risk report: "... the big story is how the shale revolution has changed the US and global energy landscape for the better."

 

06.08.16

Energy jobs key to addressing poverty, wage stagnation

"Pro-energy policy is the best starting point for any plan to reduce poverty in America and turn our still-struggling economy around..."

 

06.07.16

Free Event in York, PA

The Manufacturers' Association Co-Sponsors Natural Gas Morning Forum to Address Future Needs of Local Manufacturers on June 9, 2016.

 

06.02.16

Energy infrastructure investments vital to economic growth

500,000 miles of pipelines crisscross the United States. That may seem like a lot of pipeline capacity, but we actually need more. A lot more - and not just pipelines, but energy infrastructure investment across the board, including storage, processing, rail and maritime development.

 

05.14.16

Energy is top issue for Pa.

In just five years, the United States has become the world's top energy producer. We've reduced oil imports by half. We can use our energy abundance to supply our allies with natural gas and oil.

 

05.13.16

Emissions fall to near 25-year low due to natural gas

"Carbon dioxide emissions from electricity generation [in 2015 was] the lowest since 1993 and 21 percent below their 2005 level."

 

05.12.16

Fossil Fuels May Not Dwindle Anytime Soon

The U. S. Energy Information Administration foresees continued dominance for coal, gas and oil.