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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.

 

10.04.13

How the U.S. shale boom is dragging down Russia

The U.S. is about to dethrone Russia as the world's largest producer of oil and natural gas - a change that will further shake up the power dynamics in the global energy market.

 

10.02.13

Ryder's Natural Gas Fleet Surpasses 15 Million Miles

Ryder System, Inc. (NYSE: R), a leader in commercial transportation and supply chain management solutions, has achieved a significant milestone with its fleet of 320 natural gas vehicles surpassing 15 million miles.

 

10.01.13

2014 Chevrolet Cruze: Gasoline, Diesel, Now Natural Gas (Bi-Fuel Conversion)

Talk about covering your bases. The 2014 Chevrolet Cruze is already available with gasoline and diesel engines, and soon it will add compressed natural gas (CNG) to its resume--albeit as an aftermarket conversion.

 

10.01.13

Hydraulic Fracturing Sites Can Be Used For Greenhouse Gas Storage

A University of Virginia engineering professor has proposed a novel approach for keeping waste carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere. According to his paper, shale gas hydraulic fracturing sites can be effectively used for greenhouse gas storage, opening a possible way to harvest shale gas without contributing to climate change.

 

09.27.13

How to apply for contracting on Consol's airport drilling

If you want to work with Consol Energy Inc. as it starts to develop the natural gas resources at the Pittsburgh International Airport, the route to a contract is the same as supplying any of the company's other operations.

 

09.26.13

KOEZ approved for site of proposed cracker plant

The Keystone Opportunity Expansion Zone on the site of Shell Oil Co.'s proposed $2.5 billion petrochemical plant is now a reality.

 

09.26.13

Natural gas companies discuss changes in market supplies at shale conference

In 2008, when U.S. natural gas demand outstripped supply, National Fuel Gas officials looked toward securing gas from the Arctic, Gulf of Mexico, Canada and the Rocky Mountains, wondering how it would provide gas for its customers.