Energy Groups Mark Oil & Gas Day in Harrisburg

June 25, 2024
Dozens of energy groups descended on the state Capitol Building on Tuesday, June 25 to showcase the value of oil and gas development and the diversity of products manufactured with these natural resources.The event took place just days after… Read More ►

Bucks County Commissioner Withdraws Support for Climate Change Lawsuit

April 5, 2024
On Monday, March 25, the three Bucks County commissioners took unprecedented legal action by filing a lawsuit against BP, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Exxon Mobil, Philips 66, Shell, and the American Petroleum Institute (API), the trade association for oil and natural gas… Read More ►

PEIA Responds to Bucks County lawsuit

March 27, 2024
In response to Bucks County’s climate lawsuit filed March 25, 2024, the Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance issued the following statement from PEIA Spokesman Kurt Knaus:“These local lawsuits do nothing to address our real energy challenges. In fact, lawsuits like… Read More ►


March 4, 2024
After learning about President Biden’s LNG moratorium, nearly 60 percent of voters disagree with the policy and 41 percent saying they would be less likely to vote for him because of itPITTSBURGH, PA – A recently conducted statewide Pennsylvania… Read More ►

LNG Dominates Politics, Policy Discussions in U.S., Pa.

February 22, 2024
Energy is sometimes a divisive issue, especially amid campaign season, but even more so during a presidential election year, which is where we find ourselves today when it comes to discussions related to liquefied natural gas (LNG).It’s no surprise… Read More ►

Maintaining our Energy Advantage Means Investing in Infrastructure

January 16, 2024
Report: PA’s pipeline capacity problems persistWhat value do our energy resources have if we can’t get them to market?America produces more energy than any country in the world. Here at home, Pennsylvania in recent years has surpassed several… Read More ►

Amid Growing Global Tensions, Philadelphia LNG Task Force’s Final Report Offers Hope

November 7, 2023
Conflicts overseas have made it abundantly clear how critical domestic energy production is — not just for our own independence and security at home, but for global security and political stability as well.Pennsylvania is the United States’ second-largest producer… Read More ►

Pennsylvania Secures Grants for 2 Hydrogen Hubs

October 13, 2023
The Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance (PEIA) today issued the following statement after President Joe Biden announced that two hydrogen hub projects partially located in Pennsylvania are among those that will share $7 billion in U.S. federal grants to fuel the… Read More ►