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Consumer Energy Alliance’s Energy and Manufacturing Forum

October 19, 2016

At PEIA member Consumer Energy Alliance’s (CEA) first Energy and Manufacturing Forum this week, featured speakers discussed the need for expanded energy infrastructure and urged for Pennsylvania’s leadership to have a neutral discussion on the state’s energy future. The forum featured U.S. Senators Bob Casey and Pat Toomey as speakers, as well as Allegheny County […]


Manufacturers Depend on the Safe and Efficient Transport of Energy Resources

October 7, 2016

October 7th is Manufacturing Day, which is a day to highlight the outsized importance that manufacturing plays in Pennsylvania and our nation’s economy. From plastics to glass, carpet, clothes, pharmaceuticals, and many other products, energy resources are a necessary ingredient used to manufacture many items that every single person uses on a daily basis. Energy […]


Pipeline Safety in Middletown Township and Across Pennsylvania: Part 2

October 7, 2016

Last week, as the Middletown Township Council approved an ordinance for easements on seven parcels of public land for the Mariner East 2 pipeline, local news outlets continued to amplify support for the project. The Delaware County Daily Times published a guest column from David R Chalson, senior vice president of operations for Sunoco Logistics […]


Pipeline Infrastructure is Critical for Pennsylvania’s Future

October 5, 2016

Pipeline infrastructure investments are critical for a thriving Pennsylvania economy. This is why David Black, president and CEO of the Harrisburg Chamber of Commerce and CREDC, supports more pipeline construction throughout the Commonwealth. From his perspective, pipelines are “critical for Pennsylvania’s future. We need to get this abundant resource we have to places where it […]


Pipeline Safety in Middletown Township and Across Pennsylvania: Part 1

October 4, 2016

Pipelines are built with the most advanced safety technologies by skilled union workers who pride themselves on their work. But, as with any major infrastructure project, there will always be some debate about what construction looks like. Pipelines are no exception. A recent example of this was the battle in Middletown Township with the Mariner […]


PEIA Members Show Support for Mariner East Pipeline Project in Middletown Township, Delaware County

September 26, 2016

LIMA, Pa. – Members of the Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance (PEIA) today turned out in large numbers to support the safe, responsible development the Sunoco Logistics Mariner East 2 pipeline in Middletown Township, Delaware County. Middletown Township Council on Sept. 12 voted unanimously to introduce an ordinance that would allow Sunoco to build and operate […]


Pipelines are Critical for the Safety of our Communities

September 20, 2016

Pipelines are the safest way to transport energy resources. Because of this, Pennsylvania needs to make necessary investments in its pipeline infrastructure to ensure that energy produced in Pennsylvania’s Marcellus and Utica shale can be safely transported to market in order to meet consumers’ needs. The proposed Mariner East 2 pipeline is one of these […]


Pennsylvania Alliance Calls for Focus on Facts in Middletown Township Pipeline Rhetoric

September 12, 2016

LIMA, PA – This morning, 9th District State Senate candidate, Marty Malloy and Lynda Farrell of the Pipeline Safety Coalition held a press conference in Middletown Township in Delaware County advocating for delay on construction of the Sunoco Logistics Mariner East 2 pipeline. They contend that local residents’ concerns about the pipeline have been left […]


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