PITTSBURGH, Pa. – During its 10th annual meeting, the Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC) released a new video, “Scarcity to Abundance: American Energy Strength”, celebrating the economic, environmental and national security progress enabled by shale development. “We produce more energy in the U.S. than anywhere in the world – and we do it safely with our […]
MSC in Williamsport Sun-Gazette: Ban on natural gas development would reverse environmental progress
We applaud the Sun-Gazette for sharing the devastating impact that a hydraulic fracturing ban, as proposed by some presidential candidates, would have on consumers, our economy, the environment and our national security (“Dem candidates being irresponsible by calling for ban against fracking,” Sept. 21). The elimination of hydraulic fracturing and fossil fuels as some have […]
According to public opinion polls, support for natural gas production in and around communities where these activities are taking place is very strong. These communities often have the lowest unemployment rates and most jobs, and are seeing major upticks in tax revenue. And local businesses along the supply chain are seeing positive growth, too. This […]
Read the SHALE GAS INSIGHT 2012 edition of Marcellus Quarterly Magazine.
Canonsburg, PA – Higher wages, more jobs, increased access to affordable, American energy. The countless benefits tied to the responsible development of American natural gas from the Marcellus Shale continue to cascade across the region, the country, and the world. Taken together, these efforts are Building a Stronger, More Secure America. Here’s what they’re saying […]
Sponsored by the Marcellus Shale Coalition Thursday, May 3: DoubleTree by Hilton, Green Tree, PA Thursday, July 19: Penn Stater, State College, PA Tuesday, October 30: Mansfield University, Mansfield, PA Click HERE to download the registration form. Transportation Safety Day Event Goal: Increase understanding about Pennsylvania’s regulations and improve safe operating practices for drivers. Four individual […]
Click HERE to download the registration form. Agenda is available below– register today! MARCELLUS TRANSPORTATION SAFETY DAY Sponsored by Marcellus Shale Coalition Thursday, September 22, 2011 – State College, PA (NOTE: this event will now be held at The Penn Stater) Seminar Goal: Better educate carriers and truck drivers supporting the natural gas industry of Pennsylvania’s […]
FLASHBACK: Christie Pulls New Jersey From 10-State Climate Initiative “because [state] is relying more on natural gas…to fill its energy needs” (5/26/11) Canonsburg, PA – Marcellus Shale Coalition president and executive director Kathryn Z. Klaber issued the following statement regarding New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s decision to enact a one-year moratorium on hydraulic fracturing: “Our […]
Read the summer edition of Marcellus Quarterly Magazine.
New Pa. Govt. Data Shows The Rate of Marcellus Job Creation “Is Accelerating”; Employment Up 1300% In N. Tier Canonsburg, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry – like a host of news outlets across the region and the nation – continues to keep a watchful eye on the powerful job creation engine […]
Click HERE to download the registration form. Agenda is available below– register today! MARCELLUS TRANSPORTATION SAFETY DAY Sponsored by Marcellus Shale Coalition TWO DATES and VENUES FOR 2011!! Tuesday, June 21, 2011 – Southpointe, PA Thursday, September 22, 2011 – State College, PA Seminar Goal: Better educate carriers and truck drivers supporting the natural gas […]
As State House Readies Massive New Tax on Shale Gas Job Creators, Leaders Must Consider Host of Unintended Consequences Canonsburg, Pa. – The responsible development of the Marcellus Shale’s clean-burning, homegrown natural gas reserves represents a historic opportunity to revitalize Pennsylvania’s economy by growing its workforce, all while strengthening our nation’s energy security and improving […]
Scott Perry, director of oil & gas management with Pennsylvania’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) presents on the Marcellus Shale at Misericordia University.
After maintaining the state’s highest natural gas rates for the better part of a year, UGI Penn Natural Gas announced two rate cuts for 2010, delivering a double-digit decrease in consumers’ bill next heating season.
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