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 […]

Paul Battista, Owner of Sunnyside Supply, Encourages Pipelines to Bring Back Manufacturing

April 6, 2016

In a recent visit to Slovan, Pennsylvania in Washington County, the PEIA team discussed the effects of Pennsylvania’s energy renaissance with small business owner, Paul Battista. Owner of Sunnyside Supply Inc., Battista has been serving energy companies with supplies for 35 years. Being based in Washington County has given Sunnyside Supply the opportunity to see […]

Pennsylvania Propane Gas Association Joins Energy Infrastructure Alliance

April 5, 2016

The Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance is excited to announce the Pennsylvania Propane Gas Association as a new member in the coalition’s effort to support private investment in energy infrastructure developments throughout the state. Mike Mutter, Pennsylvania Propane Gas Association president, promotes the expansion of natural gas pipelines. He believes that Pennsylvania needs a dependable and […]

PEIA Coalition Responds to GPEAT Study on Need for Investments in Pipeline Infrastructure

March 30, 2016

DELAWARE COUNTY, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance (PEIA) today issued the following statement in response to the release of the Greater Philadelphia Energy Action Team (GPEAT) report, “A Pipeline for Growth,” which looks at ways the region can benefit from the state’s abundance of natural gas by investing in pipeline infrastructure to move […]

Shale-Related Methane Emissions Dropping as Pennsylvania Relies on Natural Gas

March 28, 2016

In response to a recent editorial in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Dave Spigelmyer, president of the Marcellus Shale Coalition, published a letter to the editor, setting the record straight on current shale-related methane emissions. Specifically, he clarifies that “according to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection’s own data, there has been a 13 percent drop in […]

Sunoco Logistics’ Marcus Hook Revitalizing Pennsylvania

March 22, 2016

Last week, Sunoco Logistics launched its initial shipment of ethane from the Marcus Hook Industrial Complex to overseas markets –it’s the next phase of our region’s storied history. Throughout the area, local business leaders applauded this momentous achievement and expressed their excitement for what this resurgence will do for the community. Recently, the Delaware County […]

Beaver County Chamber of Commerce Joins PEIA

March 21, 2016

The Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance is excited to announce a new member, the Beaver County Chamber of Commerce. With this announcement, PEIA has 22 members and is strong and growing. “Building a safe and reliable means of transportation for our natural resources is an essential component of the commonwealth’s economic revival, and for our own […]