Study Confirms “Little Potential for Radiation Exposure” From Oil and Natural Gas Development

Rolling Stone ignores science, facts in latest piece that further questions outlet’s journalistic credibility Amid declining readership, Rolling Stone, the once iconic magazine that’s now “a shell of its former self,” continues to advance one-sided, deeply biased articles attacking American energy development. Its latest article, by author Justin Nobel, the “infamously left-leaning magazine” that’s lost […]

MSC Member Spotlight: The Tri-M Group

Last week, we spoke with Mike Funari and Rich Musser of The Tri-M Group, to learn about their business and how it serves the oil and gas industry. This interview has been edited for brevity and clarity. Q. To start, could you introduce The Tri-M Group and give a brief history of your practice? Rich […]

Carbon Emissions Continue Fall as Natural Gas Generates Larger U.S. Power Share

Natural gas will continue as the top fuel source for U.S. electricity generation and carbon emissions will fall to the lowest point since 1988, according to federal data released this week. In its Short Term Energy Outlook, the Energy Information Administration projects domestic natural gas production and consumption increases over the next year, largely driven […]

Reports: Natural Gas Use Saves Lives, Drives Emission Reductions

The increased use of natural gas in power generation has saved over 26,000 lives since 2006 and help drive total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions 12.3% lower than 2005, according to two studies released this week. The reports from researchers at U.C. San Diego and the Rhodium Group, respectively, confirm the critical role of U.S. natural […]

CNBC Digital Piece Ignores Key Facts, Advances Discredited Narrative

In a new online video, CNBC asks an important question: “Should the U.S. Ban Fracking?” Regular viewers would expect the business-focused outlet to include fresh data from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (ban on hydraulic fracturing would result in 19 million lost jobs by 2025 and reduce U.S. GDP by $7.1 trillion) or November remarks […]

MSC Member Spotlight: GA BIBIKOS LLC

Last week, we spoke with George A. Bibikos, the founder and managing member of Harrisburg-based law firm GA BIBIKOS LLC, to learn about his practice and how it serves the oil and gas industry. This interview has been edited for brevity and clarity. Q. To start, could you introduce GA Bibikos LLC and give a […]

What They’re Saying: Natural Gas Powers America Into New Decade

As a new decade dawns, it’s important to take stock in the rapid – and overwhelmingly positive – reversal of America’s energy outlook. From “Scarcity to Abundance”, America is leading the world in energy and environmental progress. And as the International Energy Agency reports, the benefits of American natural gas – with domestic production hitting […]

MSC Highlights Critical Benefits of American Natural Gas on Fox & Friends

Last week, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Energy Institute released a new report highlighting the importance that responsible domestic natural gas and oil production plays in growing America’s economy, improving our environment and strengthening our nation’s security. This new report reflects data presented by Axios today, which shows strong increases in American natural gas […]

Giving Back to Pennsylvania Communities

The MSC is proud to give back to the communities where we live and work. In the spirit of the holiday season – and with the cold winter months upon us – we held our first annual ‘Coalition of Caring’ coat and boot drive, donating winter clothing to non-profit organizations across Pennsylvania serving those in […]

Natural Gas Development Pushes the U.S. Towards a Clean Future

As environmental activists become increasingly vocal in their push to ban further development of natural gas, it is important to understand that natural gas produced in the Marcellus Shale and other regions of America is actually playing a critically important role in helping the United States reduce carbon emissions, not increase them. According to the […]