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Statement: Unlawful Action Sparks Frivolous Lawsuit

September 26, 2017

On Monday, opponents of the Mariner East 2 pipeline continued legal maneuvers to try to delay or halt construction of the project. The latest complaint was filed in U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. If you are writing about this latest action, please consider the following statement issued by the Pennsylvania Energy […]


PA State Representative Tout Benefits of Marcellus Shale in Marcus Hook

September 26, 2017

Pennsylvania possesses an abundant reserve of natural gas. Pennsylvania could experience an economic boom if that gas is used and the proper infrastructure built. Expansion cannot be accomplished alone; every sector must cooperate to achieve this goal. This past week, state representatives toured the Marcus Hook Industrial Complex and heard from community members just how […]


DC Leaders Stress Importance of PA Energy

September 22, 2017

Last night, D.C. leaders stressed the importance of Pennsylvania in boosting American energy. Ryan Boyer, business manager of the Laborers’ International Union of North America (LiUNA) spoke on a panel focusing on energy infrastructure at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Annual Legislative Conference. He stressed that “you cannot outsource pipelines, you cannot outsource Marcellus Shale.” […]


PA Can Meet Growing Energy Needs

September 22, 2017

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) released a report this past week detailing the future of energy production and consumption worldwide. The study found that the world will consume 28 percent more energy by 2040 and the energy sector will grow to meet the demand. The EIA projected that natural gas and oil will continue to […]


New Opportunities and Careers in Welding

September 20, 2017

The team at the West Hills Center of the Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC) detail the benefits of their welding program.   According to Ron Logreco, Dean of the West Hills Center, Community College of Allegheny County, “We offer classes year-round, three shifts a day. We’ve even had to open up midnight welding last […]


With Hurricane Disruptions, Now Is the Time to Expand Energy Infrastructure

September 18, 2017

Our energy infrastructure capacity is resilient and is recovering from hurricane disruptions thanks to cooperation with local and national law enforcement agencies, environmental regulators, and communities. However, these disruptions have highlighted the importance of expanding energy infrastructure to capitalize on the extensive domestic natural gas deposits in Pennsylvania and across the country to bolster reliable […]


Transforming Our Region’s Economy

September 15, 2017

Pipelines are crucial arteries that connect natural energy reserves to end-users. To capitalize on the extensive reserves harbored in Pennsylvania shale plays, energy infrastructure has to expand to meet this demand.   According to Mike Butler, the Mid-Atlantic Regional Director for the Consumer Energy Alliance, “If you don’t have the infrastructure to get it to […]


Sunoco and Braskem Partnership Bolsters Benefits for Pennsylvania

September 15, 2017

NBC 10’s Growing Greater Philadelphia covered the partnership held between Sunoco Logistics and Braskem. The piece highlighted that their collaborative efforts to bolster regional energy infrastructure development and create “an opportunity for manufacturing processes to grow.” Fundamentally, Sunoco Logistics supplies Braskem “moves what [Sunoco] makes”, effectively maintaining “a highway for natural gas liquids”. With the […]


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