News

10.21.13

Lowe's Moving Freight to Natural Gas Trucks

Home-improvement retailer Lowes's Companies Inc. announced it is joining fleets in shifting its freight to trucks powered by natural gas.

 

10.21.13

SEDA-COG kicks off natural gas utilization project

SEDA-COG, in conjunction with Centre, Clinton, and Mifflin counties has begun a project to increase the utilization of regionally developed natural gas in Central Pennsylvania.

 

10.17.13

Economic growth

Eureka Resources opens Wysox plant

 

10.17.13

A Chevy Impala That Goes 500 Miles On A Tank? With Natural Gas, It's Possible

Capitalizing on America's abundant supply of clean-burning, low-cost natural gas, General Motors said Wednesday it will build a Chevrolet Impala sedan that can operate on either gasoline or compressed natural gas and travel up to 500 miles between fill-ups.

 

10.15.13

Jeannette man pleads guilty in $2.4 million gas-rights fraud

A Jeannette man pleaded guilty today to a role in a scheme in which he and an accomplice tricked gas companies into paying them some $2.4 million for gas rights on properties that they did not control.

 

10.15.13

Application filed for gas pipeline expansion

The company managing the Marcellus Shale gas pipeline that runs through Luzerne County is poised to expand the line again.

 

10.10.13

Lehigh Valley Health Network adds natural gas-fueled vans

In move to cut costs and run cleaner, Lehigh Valley Health Network has purchased two new vans that run on compressed natural gas.

 

10.10.13

Shale gas drilling helps Pittsburgh airport reduce fees again

Money from a Marcellus shale drilling deal at Pittsburgh International Airport is fueling a second decrease this year in fees airlines pay to use the airport although county officials acknowledged the move may take time to attract more flights.

 

10.09.13

Cleaner Long-Haul Engines Guzzle Diesel or Natural Gas

Companies are developing powerful engines that can run on natural gas together with diesel.

 

10.04.13

Pa. energy consumption, production gap narrows

Pennsylvania on Tuesday released its assessment of the state's energy resources, which will serve as the foundation for a state energy plan expected to be issued in the coming months.