Sec. Perry: Natural Gas Plays Key Role in U.S. “Path to Energy Independence”

The United States energy sector is experiencing a historic moment of growth, according to U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry, and “nowhere is this stunning turnaround more dramatic than with natural gas.” Secretary Perry visited the first East Coast natural gas export terminal at Cove Point in Maryland, promoting liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports a […]

What They’re Saying About Clean-Burning American Natural Gas

Thanks to responsible shale development, local natural gas supplies are providing affordable, clean-burning energy and driving a “game-changing” manufacturing renaissance. In fact, according to a recent Pa. Public Utility Commission report, natural gas accounts for a quarter of the state’s power supply and 2.8 million commonwealth customers rely on the clean-burning fuel to heat their […]

MSC in Bradford Era: Pennsylvanians Deserve the Facts

Pennsylvanians deserve to have all the facts and information regarding the administration’s misleading — and outright false — energy tax claims that were outlined in a July 29 op-ed (“Wolf: State Republicans Ignoring the Will of the People”). While the administration suggests a willingness to offer concessions for even higher energy taxes, those allowances did […]

MSC in Times-Tribune: Higher Energy Taxes Threaten Pa. Jobs

In an Aug. 1 editorial, The Times-Tribune demonstrates a fundamental misunderstanding of basic economics and current market realities. Contrary to the assertions, a proposed increase Pennsylvania’s energy tax on natural gas threatens tens of thousands of good-paying Pennsylvania jobs as well as shale’s broad consumer, environmental and manufacturing benefits. All 67 counties throughout the commonwealth […]