Archives for May 2014

[email protected] report: “The United States has emerged as the w

[email protected] report: “The United States has emerged as the world’s leading producer of petroleum and natural gas.” http://t.co/YgaPfgUKxh

Poll: 75% of American voters favor increased development of

Poll: 75% of American voters favor increased development of oil and natural gas in the U.S. http://t.co/CwizLZiM1H

Thanks to shale, Universal Well Services has added 800 emplo

Thanks to shale, Universal Well Services has added 800 employees and has annual payroll of $50+ million in Pa. alone http://t.co/9ydSQV3ysJ

[email protected] editorial: “Marcellus shale gas extraction has be

[email protected] editorial: “Marcellus shale gas extraction has been and remains a lifeline for the state’s economy.” http://t.co/6AVJZYWdSH

Shale is “saving shipbuilding at the 213-year-old Philadelph

Shale is “saving shipbuilding at the 213-year-old Philadelphia Navy Yard.” http://t.co/MU3FFbALYx via @BloombergNews http://t.co/e7zLlYhBd9

What They’re Saying About Job-Creating American Shale

The safe development of clean-burning American shale is generating “exponential growth in business” as well as thousands of family-sustaining jobs, local investments and revenues. These shared, broad-based economic and environmental benefits are widely supported by Pennsylvanians – according to a new Robert Morris University poll, nearly 60 percent of voters in the Commonwealth support shale […]

The Unconventional Energy Revolution: Estimated Energy Savings for Public School Districts and State and Local Governments (IHS)

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Q&A with MSC President David Spigelmyer

David J. Spigelmyer, commander-in-chief of the region’s largest shale development trade association, the Marcellus Shale Coalition, was also a key figure in the Robinson organization’s development in 2008. Before being named president last year, Mr. Spigelmyer was chairman, vice chairman and the leader of the coalition’s legislative committee. He also served as vice president of […]

New Duke Study Highlights Positive, Local Marcellus Benefits

This week, researchers at Duke University’s Energy Initiative released a new study focused on the local benefits of tightly-regulated shale development. According to the report, shale development in the Commonwealth has had a “substantial” positive effect through boosting “the public finances of local communities and providing new revenues and resources.” In Pennsylvania, the researchers determined […]

RT @DRUDGE_REPORT: Hollywood Duped by Bogus Anti-Fracking Fi

RT @DRUDGE_REPORT: Hollywood Duped by Bogus Anti-Fracking Film http://t.co/zrm0ZyU8ha