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PEIA Testifies before State Senate Committee Examining Energy Infrastructure

April 14, 2021
The state Senate Committee on Community, Economic and Recreational Development convened the second of two informational hearings Wednesday, April 14 in Harleysville, Montgomery County, as part of a review of critical infrastructure in Pennsylvania. The first day focused on technology… Read More ►

The Biden Administration’s New Infrastructure Plan Should Consider Pipelines

April 2, 2021
On Wednesday March 31 in Pittsburgh, President Biden unveiled a sweeping infrastructure and jobs plan that aims to reinvigorate the country’s economy and make significant investments in clean energy. The American Jobs Plan includes spending to rebuild school buildings, hospitals,… Read More ►

Pennsylvania’s Propane: Affordable, Clean and Reliable for Keystone’s Farmers

March 16, 2021
Chris Herr, Executive Vice President of PennAg Industries Association, recently penned an op-ed for The Patriot-News, (“Abundant, affordable propane powers Pennsylvania agriculture” March 15, 2021) detailing how propane is the primary heating source for Pennsylvania homes, and remains an affordable… Read More ►

Misleading or Just Pandering?

March 5, 2021
Today, The Philadelphia Inquirer published an editorial aimed to kowtow to fringe idealists who wish to revert back to a pre-industrial Pennsylvania, than to provide information founded on reality. The editorial board appears to misunderstand the paper’s own reporting by… Read More ►

Braskem’s Marcus Hook Facility Rises to the Challenge During COVID-19 Pandemic

March 3, 2021
In a recent piece in BIC Magazine, “Whitesell leads Braskem’s Marcus Hook site during COVID-driven ‘live in’” by Dillon Lowe 3/1/2021, Braskem’s polypropylene facility in Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania is profiled for their role in combating COVID-19. From the onset of… Read More ►

Revolution Pipeline Marks Another Milestone in PA’s Infrastructure Development

March 2, 2021
Energy has provided the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania tremendous economic growth over the past decade. While we are still far behind with regard to pipeline infrastructure to help support this industry, progress is occurring. Yesterday, the Revolution Pipeline was put into… Read More ►

New Op-Ed: We can ‘walk and chew gum at the same time’ with energy exports by Earl Baker

February 16, 2021
Recently published in the DelcoTimes, Earl Baker, former two-term Republican Senator in the Pennsylvania General Assembly, writes about the important role Pennsylvania plays in the energy industry, and its ability to provide an abundance of natural resources to support both… Read More ►

New Data: Pittsburgh’s Air Quality Dramatically Improves With Increased Natural Gas Usage

February 12, 2021
Pittsburgh Works a coalition of business, labor, and civic leaders working together to build a brighter economic future for the Pittsburgh region, released an encouraging report this week demonstrating the impressive strides Pittsburgh has made in improving its air quality… Read More ►