Archives for January 2019

RT @EnergyNation: Pa. is expected to collect $247 million in

RT @EnergyNation: Pa. is expected to collect $247 million in #impacttax this year. This means more money to help directly fund local infras…

RT @EnergyNation: Pa. is expected to collect $247 million in

RT @EnergyNation: Pa. is expected to collect $247 million in #impacttax this year. This means more money to help directly fund local infras…

RT @EnergyNation: Pa. is expected to collect $247 million in

RT @EnergyNation: Pa. is expected to collect $247 million in #impacttax this year. This means more money to help directly fund local infras…

RT @EnergyNation: Pa. is expected to collect $247 million in

RT @EnergyNation: Pa. is expected to collect $247 million in #impacttax this year. This means more money to help directly fund local infras…

RT @EnergyNation: Pa. is expected to collect $247 million in

RT @EnergyNation: Pa. is expected to collect $247 million in #impacttax this year. This means more money to help directly fund local infras…

RT @EnergyNation: Pa. is expected to collect $247 million in

RT @EnergyNation: Pa. is expected to collect $247 million in #impacttax this year. This means more money to help directly fund local infras…

RT @EnergyNation: Pa. is expected to collect $247 million in

RT @EnergyNation: Pa. is expected to collect $247 million in #impacttax this year. This means more money to help directly fund local infras…

RT @EnergyNation: Pa. is expected to collect $247 million in

RT @EnergyNation: Pa. is expected to collect $247 million in #impacttax this year. This means more money to help directly fund local infras…

RT @EnergyNation: Pa. is expected to collect $247 million in

RT @EnergyNation: Pa. is expected to collect $247 million in #impacttax this year. This means more money to help directly fund local infras…

FACT: Natural gas impact fee (tax) revenues directly support

FACT: Natural gas impact fee (tax) revenues directly support statewide and local infrastructure improvements.… https://t.co/FKsoxpkZzU

FACT: Natural gas impact fee (tax) revenues directly support

FACT: Natural gas impact fee (tax) revenues directly support statewide and local infrastructure improvements.… https://t.co/FKsoxpkZzU

Blair Co. Commissioners allocate $120k from #natgas impact f

Blair Co. Commissioners allocate $120k from #natgas impact fee revenues for farmland preservation. https://t.co/AsTClDJjTM

RT @PghBizTimes: Rising to the surface: The Utica’s time has

RT @PghBizTimes: Rising to the surface: The Utica’s time has come https://t.co/PKZimGSPdy https://t.co/BofpLcsI3z

Pa.’s tax on natural gas, the impact fee, generates hundreds

Pa.’s tax on natural gas, the impact fee, generates hundreds of millions of dollars annually for critical infrastru… https://t.co/HJvsMSvLch

RT @EIAgov: #TodayInEnergy – U.S. NGPL production continues

RT @EIAgov: #TodayInEnergy – U.S. NGPL production continues to grow, driven by production in East and Southwest regions https://t.co/DQmqXo…

MSC Statement on Gov. Wolf’s Proposed Energy Tax Increase

PITTSBURGH, Pa. – Marcellus Shale Coalition president David Spigelmyer issued the following statement on Governor Tom Wolf’s proposal to increase energy taxes. “Pennsylvania’s tax on natural gas – the impact fee – generates hundreds of millions of dollars annually for critical infrastructure programs across the entire Commonwealth. This existing annual tax revenue, when combined with other […]

RT @SWN_R2: “We are so thankful for these generous contrib

RT @SWN_R2: “We are so thankful for these generous contributions as we wouldn’t be able to meet all of our goals without them.” – Cindy Bee…

Former @EPA official: Thanks to greater #natgas use, “carbon

Former @EPA official: Thanks to greater #natgas use, “carbon emissions from the power sector are now the lowest the… https://t.co/BjoiTLKnai

Former @EPA official: Thanks to greater #natgas use, “carbon

Former @EPA official: Thanks to greater #natgas use, “carbon emissions from the power sector are now the lowest the… https://t.co/BjoiTLKnai

Former @EPA official: Thanks to greater #natgas use, “carbon

Former @EPA official: Thanks to greater #natgas use, “carbon emissions from the power sector are now the lowest the… https://t.co/BjoiTLKnai