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Study: Pipelines Can Help Fuel Manufacturing Revival

May 19, 2016

This week, the Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance issued the following statements in response to a new study by IHS Economics and the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) Center for Manufacturing Research that reveals how domestic natural gas strengthens manufacturing and encourages U.S. manufacturing growth and employment. The study, “Energizing Manufacturing: Natural Gas and Economic Growth,” […]


Infrastructure Week Brings A New Relationship to PEIA

May 17, 2016

During National Infrastructure Week, the Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of Commerce is joining the Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance as a new member to support the expansion of energy infrastructure. “Developing a modern energy infrastructure in Pennsylvania is an essential component of fostering a healthy business climate in Williamsport and growing Lycoming County’s economy,” said Vincent J. Matteo, […]


Penn-Del-Jersey Chapter of NECA Joins Pipeline Alliance

May 13, 2016

The Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance is excited to announce our 27th new member to join the alliance, advocating in support of pipeline infrastructure developments in Pennsylvania. We welcome the Penn-Del-Jersey chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA PDJ), who has joined because they feel Pennsylvania’s energy resources represent a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for their members […]


Washington County Commissioner Explains His Appreciation for Pipeline Infrastructure

May 11, 2016

Commissioner Larry Maggi of Washington County recently took time to sit down with the Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance to explain the benefits that the shale gas industry has brought to his community over the past few years. He describes the shale industry as a “real game-changer.” A great takeaway from Commissioner Maggi is that the […]


Local Pennsylvania Businesses Rely on Affordable Energy

May 3, 2016

Joseph Devor, owner and operator of The Chicken Truck, explains the importance of cheap, abundant propane gas to his small-business in the Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance’s most recent video. The Chicken Truck is a food truck and catering company based in the Harrisburg area. The business has successfully operated for three years and due to […]


Mike Butler: PA Needs More Pipelines

April 26, 2016

The Philadelphia Inquirer published an opinion editorial today by Mike Butler, executive director of Consumer Energy Alliance, about the need for increased pipeline infrastructure throughout Pennsylvania. Butler served on Governor Wolf’s Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force, which recently finalized a report outlining ways to develop necessary pipeline infrastructure with an emphasis on safety and environmental standards. […]


INGAA Study Calls for More Pipeline Infrastructure

April 15, 2016

The INGAA Foundation recently released a study conducted by ICF International highlighting natural gas infrastructure investments. The study titled, “North American Midstream Infrastructure Through 2035: Leaning into the Headwinds,” attributes much of the recent growth in energy exports to the overabundance of current resources. It states that domestically the U.S. cannot use all of the […]


Keystone Elk Country Joins PEIA to Support Modern, Safe Energy Transportation Infrastructure

April 8, 2016

The Keystone Elk Country Alliance (KECA), a nonprofit wildlife conservation organization joined the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Energy Alliance in support of the overall betterment of Pennsylvania. KECA’s mission is to enhance and protect the natural environment of Pennsylvania’s hunting and elk population. President and Chief Executive Officer Rawley Cogan said that they joined PEIA to “work […]


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