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Charges dismissed in ChesCo Constables Witch Hunt

January 19, 2021
Worthwhile news over the long holiday weekend was the decision by Chester County common pleas court Judge Jeffrey to dismiss all charges against James Murphy, a Harrisburg resident charged in connection to an alleged ‘buy a badge’ scheme concerning the… Read More ►

DEP Holds Virtual Hearing on PennEast Pipeline in NEPA

January 13, 2021
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) tonight hosted a virtual public hearing on two permit applications for construction of Phase 1 of the PennEast Pipeline project in northeastern Pennsylvania, where the company plans to deliver natural gas by November… Read More ►

Propane, Pennsylvania Important to Energy Near and Far

January 12, 2021
A recent story in the Delaware Valley Journal reported on the high demand propane industry in Pennsylvania. Propane, a derivative of natural gas, has many uses in Pennsylvania including home heat. Energy production in the Marcellus Shale has increased the… Read More ►

2020 Year in Review – Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure

December 31, 2020
All year we have heard variations of phrases seeking to capture how unusual of a year 2020 has been. None of them does the job. But as PEIA looks back on the year there are a number of energy infrastructure… Read More ►

Energy Infrastructure Comes Together for Toilet Paper Plant in Chester County

December 21, 2020
A recent headline in the Philadelphia Inquirer read: “Scott’s toilet paper plant is on a roll in Chester thanks to the pandemic,” but there is much more to the Kimberly-Clark Corporation’s 570-employee plant’s success than the COVID-19 pandemic. Moreover, the… Read More ►

Pipeline Systems Deliver Regional Benefits

December 21, 2020
A recent Delaware Valley Journal article covered Energy Transfer’s latest earnings call and any information related to the company’s Mariner East pipeline system, a longtime staple of Pennsylvania’s energy infrastructure (and recent successes). Perhaps the most notable takeaway of the… Read More ►

Pennsylvania – New Jersey pipeline destined for Supreme Court?

December 11, 2020
The PennEast pipeline is back in the news thanks to judicial movement. Designed to run from Luzrene County, Pennsylvania to Mercer County, New Jersey the 120-mile pipeline project remains halted after New Jersey officials questioned aspects of eminent domain uses… Read More ►

Sunoco’s Mariner East Cumberland County Public Meeting Takeaways

December 4, 2020
Tuesday night, Sunoco Pipelines hosted a virtual public meeting for Cumberland County and Pennsylvanians at large to discuss and update the public on its Mariner East pipeline project. Mariner East and Sunoco have long been neighbors to Pennsylvanians. The Mariner… Read More ►