Archives for June 2012


RT @EnergyCitizens: #NatGas Production Quadruples in #Pennsylvania, Thanks to #Marcellus #Shale


Thanks to #NatGas production from shale, “the United States a more attractive place to do business” for manufacturers


Gerat story in the @PlainDealer today on the role #NatGas is playing in the revitalization of our manufacturing sector

Economists: The Shale Gas Revolution is Revitalizing America’s Manufacturing Economy

At a summit hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland this week, leading economists discussed the future of the manufacturing economy in the United States, including the indicators that are required to sustain growth for years to come. At the top of the list? Energy, specifically, the emergence of clean, cheap and abundant supplies […]

Pa. to Fed. Govt.: We’re Doing Our Job in Tightly Regulating Energy Development

This week, the House Oversight Committee held a hearing to discuss the role of federal regulations on hydraulic fracturing and natural gas development in the United States.  And while committee members and panelists varied in their positions, one resounding fact was clear: The safe development of America’s natural gas supply is pivotal to the health […]


RT @PhillyInquirer: [email protected]: Pa. regulators prep for alternative fuel vehicles #NGV #EV #marcellus #phlinq

Plain Dealer: Shale Gas Could Bring Manufacturing Jobs Back to U.S., Economists Say

By Robert Schoenberger CLEVELAND, Ohio — The shale gas boom hitting Ohio, Pennsylvania and several other states could provide a major advantage to manufacturers in the United States — cheap energy that could significantly cut the costs to produce goods here, a group of economists said Thursday. “By 2025, the manufacturing sector alone could save […]