Tribune Live: Pipelines to the future

October 6, 2015

Douglas Berkley, a resident of Cranberry, published a letter to editor in The Tribune Live, highlighting the economic benefits of energy development and urging Pennsylvania to take advantage of the booming shale industry through pipeline development. Berkley notes that pipelines “are crucial to keeping the boom moving forward” and moving energy resources across the state. […]

Local Residents Discuss Impacts of Mariner East 2 in Their Communities

October 5, 2015

Last week, the Pipeline Safety Coalition hosted a public forum about pipeline safety in Chester County. During the event, five panelists gave brief presentations on various topics, including the different types of pipelines and their outlooks towards Mariner East pipeline projects. Unfortunately, the presentations missed the complete story about how the Mariner East projects and […]

It’s Manufacturing Week in PA – A Time Recognize Energy Infrastructure’s Role

October 1, 2015

As Pennsylvania wraps up Pennsylvania Manufacturing Week, the Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance wants to call attention to the important role pipeline and energy infrastructure projects play in supporting our state’s proud manufacturing sector and the jobs it creates. As showcased on our resources page, a 2013 report by the Philadelphia Manufacturing Task Force found that […]

Chester County Community Deserves Fair Assessment of Pipeline Infrastructure

September 30, 2015

As part of our work to be part of the discussion about pipeline infrastructure development in Pennsylvania, several of our members attended a pipeline panel discussion in Chester County this week hosted by the Pipeline Safety Coalition.  Community events like this can be an important part of the process, but this particular forum seemed more […]

Secretary Quigley Convened Third Meeting of Governor Wolf’s Pipeline Infrastructure Taskforce

September 24, 2015

The third meeting of Governor Tom Wolf’s Pipeline Infrastructure Taskforce, chaired by Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Secretary John Quigley, took place Wednesday, September 23. The meeting included a group of 48 experts and stakeholders to recommend policies and best practices. The U.S. Department of Transportation and the Nature Conservancy made presentations at the meeting. […]

Tribune Review: Energy leaders tout Marcus Hook as vital to taking advantage of boom

September 22, 2015

Over the weekend, an article originally posted by the Tribune-Review highlighted the benefits of the Marcus Hook Industrial Complex as a catalyst to making the region an energy hub for future generations. The piece discusses the recent shale-related events occurring throughout the state, and how officials have called the region as the “Energy Capital of the East” due […]

The Start of the 2015 Shale Insights Conference

September 17, 2015

We were excited to spend the last couple of days at the 2015 Shale Insights Conference! This conference is a time when thought leaders, elected officials, and industry come together to map out a path forward for energy development in our state. The Marcellus Shale has given Pennsylvania a tremendous opportunity for economic growth and […]

Philadelphia Inquirer: Marcus Hook looks at gas for rebound

September 14, 2015

Over the weekend, the Philadelphia Inquirer highlighted the rebound of the Marcus Hook Industrial Complex and the positive impact that the facility has had on the local community. Most notably, the piece highlighted the renewed hope of the region for future economic growth. The story of loss and rebirth of the Marcus Hook Industrial Complex […]