Archives for January 2015

20 Obama Administration Quotes About U.S. Shale

Tonight, President Obama will address the nation in his annual State of the Union Address. With an inevitable focus on America’s outlook, here’s what the President and key members of his administration have said about safe and responsible natural gas development, which is a powerful engine for job growth and opportunity. ECONOMIC GROWTH President Obama: […]

[email protected] editorial: “We stand with President Obama in co

[email protected] editorial: “We stand with President Obama in concluding that #fracking is safe.” http://t.co/hxcsjp3eog

Philadelphia Gas Works sees a future in liquefied natural ga

Philadelphia Gas Works sees a future in liquefied natural gas http://t.co/3CFqy4Lcw3 via @PhillyInquirer http://t.co/utKP9KtpNo

FACT: According to the EPA’s own data, methane emissions r

FACT: According to the EPA’s own data, methane emissions resulting from #fracking are down 73 percent. http://t.co/qHNgDi4ZHo

(VIDEO) Pa. House Speaker @RepTurzai: New energy taxes “the

(VIDEO) Pa. House Speaker @RepTurzai: New energy taxes “the wrong thing”; Shale is “driving the economy.” http://t.co/5V0FcDiKKG

Reminder: The deadline to enter the 4th Annual Shale Gas Inn

Reminder: The deadline to enter the 4th Annual Shale Gas Innovation Contest is February 1. More details here: http://t.co/rezKQ6Rxhe

RT @Range_Resources: DEP report: “little potential for har

RT @Range_Resources: DEP report: “little potential for harm to workers or the public from radiation exposure” http://t.co/xlvNVl3m88 http:/…

[email protected]: New methane regulations, as the MSC reminds, “

[email protected]: New methane regulations, as the MSC reminds, “yet another Washington solution in search of a problem.” http://t.co/odgxGkYJs6

[email protected] column: Myth of the methane menace http://t.c

[email protected] column: Myth of the methane menace http://t.co/mBQ9G2phtj #fracking

“Between now and 2035 @IHS has estimated $3T in capital inve

“Between now and 2035 @IHS has estimated $3T in capital investments would be required to develop unconvetional gas” http://t.co/C4ay2GmP2K