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Friedman “Lawyering Up.” Does He Get a Discount for Frequent Flying?

July 13, 2020
Anti-pipeline activists have a long history in Pennsylvania and beyond for pushing untested theories only to be debunked by reality. Eric Friedman like many others get furious when these theories prove false and they always revert to their same tactical… Read More ►

Cancellation of Atlantic Coast Pipeline Will Impact Northeast Energy Sector

July 7, 2020
Over the weekend, the American energy sector suffered a major setback as the developers of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) announced the project’s cancellation due to higher than expected costs caused by an excessive permitting process and a deluge of… Read More ►

Pipeline Foe Ginny Kerslake Loses Primary in Pennsylvania’s House District 167

June 25, 2020
Unofficial results from the Secretary of State’s office determined that Ginny Kerslake lost to incumbent Democrat Rep. Kristine Howard by 19 points. This is the second time in as many years she was soundly defeated by a fellow Democrat. Kerslake… Read More ►

Video: Natural Gas Powers Locally Owned Business and Some of Our Favorite Foods

June 24, 2020
The Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance has long praised the many uses of natural gas, especially beyond the traditional connotations. Many associate natural gas with the heating of our homes or its use to generate electricity, and recently many have come… Read More ►

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Reports: Pipeline Technician Pleads Guilty; to be sentenced in August

June 23, 2020
Per Pittsburgh Post – Gazette reporter Torsten Ove a former pipeline technician and current Scottsdale, Pennsylvania resident Joshua Ringer has pled guilty to one charge of falsifying government documents between May 2017 and June 2018. The charge, originally brought one… Read More ►

Completion of Mariner East Will Help Supplement Drop in 2019 Impact Fees for PA Communities

June 23, 2020
Due to a drop in the average price of natural gas from 2018 to 2019, Pennsylvania communities received $42.6 million less in Act 13 Impact Fees this year compared to last year, which are fees paid annually by natural gas… Read More ►

Energy Infrastructure Helps PA Municipalities and State Agencies Receive Over $200 Million in Impact Fees

June 18, 2020
Yesterday, the Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission (PUC) released data related to their collection of impact fees from energy producers in the state.  County and local governments as well as state agencies are set to receive over $200 million in total,… Read More ►

CEA Energy Industry Update III

June 17, 2020
The Consumer Energy Alliance, a longtime PEIA member, and Shale Directories hosted a panel discussion with Tom Gellrich from TopLine Analytics and Michael Marr from Shell Chemical Co. on the topic of “The Future of Petrochemicals post COVID-19 in the… Read More ►