New publication to provide in-depth analysis, industry-insider news and views
Canonsburg, Pa. – The Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC) unveiled the first edition of Marcellus Quarterly (MQ) today, a quarterly magazine aimed at providing insight and commentary on emerging shale gas industry trends and practices. MQ will provide industry leaders, policymakers, key stakeholders and others with timely and insightful information on shale gas production in the Marcellus region and beyond through expert analysis from MSC member company personnel.
“From thought leadership, regulatory review and guest commentary, to providing analysis of market trends, MQ is designed to be an insightful magazine that serves as another resource for key stakeholders, community and business leaders and the public to better understand the historic opportunity the Marcellus Shale presents,” said MSC president and MQ publisher Kathryn Klaber. “MQ’s underlying objective is to answer the tough questions in a straightforward manner, shed additional light on the positive impact our industry is having on the region, and provide fact-based information on a host of issues associated with Marcellus development.”
The inaugural MQ cover story, Mighty Marcellus, looks broadly at the shale gas revolution in Pennsylvania. The feature story also examines how newly elected governors in Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York view this historic opportunity.
MQ will also feature guest commentary from industry experts and academia. The publication highlights community outreach activities, such as the Pennsylvania Farm Show and county fairs, and provides readers with legislative and regulatory updates. The inaugural edition includes articles on a wide range of topics, such as:
- Publishers Note: A welcome message from MSC president and executive director Kathryn Klaber
- Guest Column: Former Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge, an MSC strategic advisor
- Investing in Infrastructure: An in-depth look at road and infrastructure investments by Marcellus operators
- Regulatory Review: A look at the new well casing standards in Pennsylvania
- Water Management: Water quality and Marcellus development