Archives for August 2019

RT @wbrewyou: ENERGY AND OIL… High school students are tak

RT @wbrewyou: ENERGY AND OIL… High school students are taking advantage of their local history and learning about careers in the energy a…

Pipelines are good for the environment too: @BloombergNEF re

Pipelines are good for the environment too: @BloombergNEF reports that more natural gas “has done more to curb U.S.… https://t.co/vUzVVegL77

Building trades union leader: “The union members working on

Building trades union leader: “The union members working on the Mountain Valley Pipeline are professionals who take… https://t.co/IlfHJSEERJ

Great @callerdotcom column: “Despite what anti-oil and gas a

Great @callerdotcom column: “Despite what anti-oil and gas activists claim, hydraulic fracturing — fracking — has p… https://t.co/fz1uEObznI

Natural gas impact tax revenues have funded $10+ million in

Natural gas impact tax revenues have funded $10+ million in key infrastructure, park, and environmental projects fo… https://t.co/721DldVWOr

“The technology and processes we developed working in energy

“The technology and processes we developed working in energy definitely helped broaden our appeal across the U.S.,”… https://t.co/msILpFeZW5

Last year, the U.S. produced more natural gas than the entir

Last year, the U.S. produced more natural gas than the entire Middle East combined. https://t.co/owhGWt62bJ

RT @EIAgov: #TodayInEnergy – United States sets new daily re

RT @EIAgov: #TodayInEnergy – United States sets new daily record high for #naturalgas use in the power sector https://t.co/EmvOi0CSzI #elec…

MSC Member Spotlight: Borton-Lawson

Last week, the MSC sat down with Frank Joanlanne and Dave Summers of Borton-Lawson, a full-service architecture and engineering firm headquartered in Wilkes-Barre, to learn more about their business in the oil and gas industry. This interview has been edited for clarity and length. Q. How did Borton-Lawson begin? How did business expand into the […]

FACT: Energy pipelines – overwhelmingly built by the regio

FACT: Energy pipelines – overwhelmingly built by the region’s skilled and highly trained building trades union memb… https://t.co/6HRmSTV7vR

MSC in @RealClearEnergy: “Pennsylvania’s abundant natural ga

MSC in @RealClearEnergy: “Pennsylvania’s abundant natural gas resources can be a solution to achieving climate goal… https://t.co/9CJ3Q9xTVV

RT @ooga_hq: Fracking is a safe and responsible operation fo

RT @ooga_hq: Fracking is a safe and responsible operation for workers, community https://t.co/tAj7mjRmhe

RT @thecentersquare: “The recent increase in impact fee re

RT @thecentersquare: “The recent increase in impact fee revenue, driven in large part by the rise in the number of unconventional wells, in…

“Pipelines are the safest and most efficient means of transp

“Pipelines are the safest and most efficient means of transporting these resources,” @senbartolotta said in kicking… https://t.co/nZ2zsSv8kq

“Bear in mind that the impact fee was created as a tax on na

“Bear in mind that the impact fee was created as a tax on natural gas producers who drill unconventional wells,” wr… https://t.co/2Tt8KsyQF7

Smart @tribunedemocrat editorial: The #natgas power plant “w

Smart @tribunedemocrat editorial: The #natgas power plant “will go online in early 2020 – fulfilling the pledge its… https://t.co/ONsPvz44qr

RT @Range_Resources: READ: Thanks to record natural gas prod

RT @Range_Resources: READ: Thanks to record natural gas production Pennsylvania consumers saved $30.5 billion by switching to natural gas b…

“Due in part to the large supply of shale gas,” some custome

“Due in part to the large supply of shale gas,” some customers in northwestern Pa. will see an 8% decrease in their… https://t.co/EbNYIXlSey

RT @PghBizTimes: First look: Inside the Tenaska Westmoreland

RT @PghBizTimes: First look: Inside the Tenaska Westmoreland Generating Station https://t.co/RdABy7sCbf https://t.co/hr6SP9dfWu

Read and share our @NewCastleNews letter: “Across the Common

Read and share our @NewCastleNews letter: “Across the Commonwealth, impact tax revenues help communities in all 67… https://t.co/AJN7dqjGHs

@TribLIVE “The $500 million plant,” fueled by clean, locally

@TribLIVE “The $500 million plant,” fueled by clean, locally produced natural gas, “has the generating capacity to… https://t.co/mvd7j3PDge

“The Tenaska Westmoreland Generating Station is just the lat

“The Tenaska Westmoreland Generating Station is just the latest of what federal energy officials predict will be a… https://t.co/YgJm8Tx97N

Washington Co. #smallbiz in @PittsburghPG: “The natural gas

Washington Co. #smallbiz in @PittsburghPG: “The natural gas industry has brought many benefits for all Pennsylvania… https://t.co/3MQRm0wwfu

RT @pgopinions: Shale development has brought Pennsylvania m

RT @pgopinions: Shale development has brought Pennsylvania many benefits https://t.co/jQu0aKOceK

MSC in New Castle News: Additional energy taxes will cost consumers, jobs

Editor, The News: Pennsylvania’s existing tax on natural gas development — the impact fee — is a policy solution that’s working as designed. This fact was unfortunately missing from a July 24 article (“Governor’s proposed plan to fix blight and internet availability in city”) covering the Wolf administration’s plan that would triple-tax energy development in […]