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Anti-Pipeline Activists Incite Civil Disobedience at Mariner East Protest

December 2, 2019
Anti-pipeline activists went out of their way to disrupt Sunoco’s Mariner East pipeline construction on Saturday morning. About 40 activists entered the construction site, forcing Sunoco/Energy Transfer to temporarily shut down construction. However, barriers at construction sites are there for… Read More ►

ICYMI: Energy Issues Unite Political Parties in Western Pa.

November 22, 2019
County officials from both sides of the aisle on Wednesday issued a statement showing support for natural gas and petrochemical development in western Pennsylvania in the continuing wake of comments by Pittsburgh’s mayor at the Climate Action Summit. Officials signing… Read More ►

Refinery Jobs are Good Jobs

November 22, 2019
Philadelphia City Council’s Committees on Legislative Oversight and Environment held a joint hearing today to assess options for the future of the refinery complex owned by Philadelphia Energy Solutions, which closed in the summer. Jim Snell, Business Manager of Steamfitters… Read More ►

High Domestic Demand for Propane

November 15, 2019
Today, members of the House Agricultural Committee raised alarm about a shortage of critical propane. While propane is used to heat homes in Pennsylvania and elsewhere, it is also used to help dry crops such as corn in the agricultural… Read More ►

Nottingham Twp. Pleased with Mariner East and Final Restoration Projects

November 11, 2019
Seven years since the original introduction of Mariner East in Nottingham Township (Washington County), Energy Transfer recently provided the Board of Supervisors an update on their restoration projects, following construction of Mariner East. Township officials and members of the project… Read More ►

Successful Remediation in Washington County Sets an Example for PA

November 8, 2019
Shell Chemicals’ wetland restoration project in Washington County was a success and will continue to be monitored for ongoing results. Shell was obligated to restore the land impacted by construction in order to obtain the permit necessary to build its… Read More ►

PEIA Welcomes New Leaders After PA Elections

November 6, 2019
Congratulations to the candidates who won their elections throughout Pennsylvania yesterday. Your dedication and commitment to ensuring a better life for all Pennsylvanians is admirable and the Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance looks forward to working with you to provide those… Read More ►

Energy Transfer Supports Safety Awareness Events Continue in Lower Chichester

October 31, 2019
As the Delco Times reported this week a variety of emergency services worked in conjunction with Energy Transfer representatives in a day-long fair and demonstration. Emergency personnel from Boothwyn, Claymont, and Chester Township Fire Departments, the Delaware County Sheriffs Department… Read More ►