Atlantic Sunrise Will Benefit PA and Domestic Energy Consumers

May 8, 2017

The Atlantic Sunrise Project is a proposed pipeline infrastructure project that would increase Pennsylvania’s impact on domestic need for Natural Gas Liquids (NGL).  The pipeline will expand upon existing pipeline infrastructure to connect Natural Gas liquids (NGL) from the Marcellus Shale plays in northeastern Pennsylvania to markets and communities along the East Coast. This expansion […]

Lefty’s Irish Pub: The Benefits of Energy Infrastructure in Town

May 1, 2017

Since 1936, Lefty’s Irish Pub has been a community staple where the people of Marcus Hook could meet and talk about their community. Marcus Hook, like much of eastern Pennsylvania, has seen good and bad economic times – and Lefty’s has not been immune to the economic hardships felt around the region. McLaughlin explained that when […]

David Taylor on Improving Pennsylvania’s Competitiveness

April 28, 2017

On Wednesday, Huntingdon County Chamber of Commerce hosted an event looking at the importance of expanding pipeline infrastructure in the United States – and in Pennsylvania. The event, “Think About Energy: Pipeline Infrastructure – Connecting Energy to Jobs and Opportunity,” included a panel discussion that featured David Taylor, president of the Pennsylvania’s Manufacturer’s Association (PMA). […]

Pipelines Remain the Safest Method of Transporting Energy

April 24, 2017

As the Alliance frequently emphasizes, natural gas feedstock provides incredible benefits for our state and country’s economies for decades to come. By nature, and of equal importance is the safe, reliable transportation of this crucial resource. Despite what many claim, pipelines are unequivocally the safest means of transportation for energy resources. According to the Pipeline […]

Growing Pennsylvania’s Energy Infrastructure Will Create Jobs that Pay

April 13, 2017

As the Alliance frequently highlights, committing to energy infrastructure like the Mariner East projects will bring widespread economic benefits to the state—none more impactful than creating and sustaining hundreds of jobs in the construction and manufacturing sectors. If that isn’t encouraging enough, according to new data, projects like Mariner East 2 will create jobs that […]

Pipeline Infrastructure is Developed for the Public Good

April 6, 2017

The Wilkes Bare Citizen Voice recently published an editorial titled, Pipelines and property rights, that was spot on. Pipeline infrastructure is critical to ensure the safe transport of critical resources from Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale to consumers for use. Because pipelines provide necessary energy resources for the public’s use, pipelines are able to run through property […]

Thomas Ferro of Ferro Fuel Oil Highlights the Need for Increased Energy Infrastructure

April 5, 2017

Thomas Ferro of Ferro Fuel Oil recently described the impact energy infrastructure has on his business and his community. According to Ferro, “When the Marcus Hook facility closed it had a devastating effect on commerce here. There were businesses here that closed when the refinery workers went away.” Ferro believes that projects like Mariner East II are […]

Communities Begin to See Regional Economic Turnaround Thanks to Gas Industry

March 29, 2017

According to a recent Observer-Reporter piece, communities around the state are seeing tangible, positive changes in the oil and gas industry. These impacts are being felt up and down the supply chain; putting people back to work and enriching local economies. Paul Battista, owner of Sunnyside Supply in Slovan, is a perfect example of this […]

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