CANONSBURG, Pa. – Today, Kathryn Klaber – president and executive director of the Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC) – issued the following statement regarding the group’s ongoing and unwavering commitment to working with leaders in Harrisburg to craft commonsense policies aimed at responsibly leveraging the Commonwealth’s clean-burning natural gas reserves into economic opportunity, job creation and […]
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CANONSBURG, Pa. – Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC) executive director and president Kathryn Klaber issued this statement today on a proposed bill to ban any additional leasing of Pa.-taxpayer owned forests for natural gas development: “House Bill 2235 proposes a moratorium on the leasing of additional taxpayer-owned forests for natural gas development. While MSC members are […]
Economic impact of the Marcellus shale development ‘widespread’: “Like the railroad, many businesses, schools, banks and law firms in the shale fairway are adapting or growing to capitalize on the economic potential of one of the hottest mineral extraction efforts in the country. Wayne Michel, president of the railroad, said the company expects to have […]
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Letter to the Editor “Where Are All the Marcellus Shale Jobs?” that ran April 9 characterizes as “rather fantastical” the proposition that activities pursuant to the development of natural gas from the Marcellus are capable of generating thousands of jobs for Pennsylvanians.
Investment Dollars Fly to Pelican State’s Haynesville Shale Thanks to La.’s Modernized Regulatory Framework, Straightforward Tax Policies It was a last-minute field goal that allowed Penn State to triumph over LSU in the Capital One Bowl on New Year’s Day. But it’s a combination of straightforward tax policies and a modernized regulatory framework that has […]
MSC Applauds Lycoming Co. Gas Task Force for Earning Governor’s Environmental Excellence Recognition
CANONSBURG, Pa. – Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC) president and executive director Kathryn Klaber issued the following statement today applauding the Lycoming County Community Gas Exploration Task Force for earning the Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence, and for its ongoing and fact-based support for responsible, 21st century shale gas development in the Commonwealth: “The world may […]
CANONSBURG, Pa. – Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC) president and executive director Kathryn Klaber issued the following statement today in commemoration and celebration of the 40th anniversary of Earth Day: “Earth Day presents us with an opportunity to celebrate our rich and beautiful planet, and renew our commitment to pursuing an environmental future in which clean […]
A new company formed at Pittsburgh’s Allegheny-Singer Research Institute believes it’s found an environmentally safe way to treat millions of gallons of wastewater generated by drilling for natural gas in the Marcellus Shale formation.
With the recession ravaging the nation’s economy, Kathryn Klaber has had a close-up seat for a boom of sorts.
Marcellus in PA looks and feels a lot like the Marcellus in WV — so why is PA expected to create 100,000 more Marcellus jobs this year? While some may believe the massive natural gas-bearing formation known as the Marcellus Shale is a phenomenon unique to Pennsylvania, the reality is that more than 6.9 million […]