Gov. Ridge Joins the Marcellus Shale Coalition as Strategic Advisor

Gov. Ridge: “The development of the Marcellus Shale will benefit all of the citizens of our state, our region, and our nation” Canonsburg, Pa. – The Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC), representing the majority of those responsible for the development and transportation of clean-burning shale gas throughout the Commonwealth, is pleased to formally announce that former […]

Marcellus Shale drilling drives economic growth

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While still in its infancy, the environmentally responsible development of clean-burning natural gas from Pennsylvania’s portion of the Marcellus Shale formation continues to create tens of thousands of good-paying jobs and drive economic activity and growth during some of the most challenging economic conditions in decades.

What They’re Saying: Responsible Marcellus Development “A Boon to Local Businesses”

Marcellus production providing “a bright spot for Pennsylvania’s construction companies” “The region has benefited from the jobs created by the natural gas industry” Marcellus production “could bring hundreds of jobs to the area” Marcellus development “a boon to local businesses”: “Activities around the Marcellus Shale have provided a bright spot for Pennsylvania’s construction companies in […]

MSC Statement on Non-Marcellus Shallow Oil Well Incident in Indiana Twp.

Canonsburg, Pa. – Earlier today, an explosion at a shallow, non-Marcellus Shale oil well occurred in Indiana Twp., Allegheny County, claiming the lives of two workers, according to reports. Although the Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC) represents companies producing natural gas, the MSC issued the following statement expressing condolences, and reinforcing its commitment to operating in the […]

MSC to EPA: Hydraulic Fracturing is “a safe, essential part of the responsible development of natural gas”

Canonsburg, Pa. – Tonight, Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC) president and executive director Kathryn Klaber will deliver the following remarks at a public EPA forum on hydraulic fracturing. Excerpts and full text — as prepared for delivery — of her remarks are below: “Fracturing is considered a safe and essential part of the responsible development of […]

Back to the Future with EPA and Hydraulic Fracturing

Agency convenes hearing in Canonsburg tomorrow to discuss scope of upcoming hydraulic fracturing study. But has EPA forgotten about its 2004 report? Tomorrow night in Canonsburg, the EPA will convene its third public hearing on its upcoming study on hydraulic fracturing, a key technology that’s been used to produce energy in Pennsylvania for more than […]

MSC Statement on Pittsburgh City Council’s Misguided Resolution on Shale Gas Development

Canonsburg, Pa. – Earlier today, the Pittsburgh City Council passed a resolution calling for a statewide ban on clean-burning natural gas from the Marcellus Shale for an entire year, including the development of those resources on privately-owned land. Kathryn Klaber, president and executive director of the Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC), issued this statement in response […]

What They’re Saying: Responsible Marcellus Development “A wonderful thing,” Creating “much-needed jobs and economic growth”

“Business is booming thanks to the lucrative gas drilling industry tapping into the Marcellus Shale” Marcellus development “enables those of us who have farms to keep our farms so they can be passed on to our families” “Safe and responsible gas development could provide the three counties with much-needed jobs and economic growth” WV small […]

MSC Announces David Callahan as Coalition’s New Vice President

Callahan brings more than a decade of energy experience to the job, lauded by MSC chairman and president as a “key collaborator” in engaging elected officials and partners CANONSBURG, Pa. – As Marcellus Shale employers continue to work with policymakers on a comprehensive framework for taking full advantage of the myriad opportunities that natural gas […]

The Economic Impacts of the Marcellus Shale: Implications for NY, PA, and WV (API)

Deep beneath the rolling hills and mountains of Appalachia from West Virginia in the south to upstate New York in the north lies a natural gas deposit known as the Marcellus Shale.