Heinz, William Penn the Money Behind PA’s RGGI Carbon Tax Push

June 11, 2021
Marcellus Drilling News published an article, “Heinz, William Penn the Money Behind PA’s RGGI Carbon Tax Push,” covering the recent findings of massive, tax-exempt organizations, Heinz Endowments & William Penn Foundation, engaging in overt politicking. Through funding political green groups,… Read More ►

Mariner’s Emergency Response Plans Work

June 2, 2021
On Monday night a small methane leak was detected at a pipeline facility on the Mariner East line. As required by the pipeline operator’s emergency response plans, when the leak was detected, the proper authorities were notified, and responded. Isn’t… Read More ►

Earl Baker: A New Energy Revolution in PA

May 27, 2021
Earl Baker, former two-term Republican senator in the Pennsylvania General Assembly, penned an op-ed for the Trib Review highlighting the significance of the recently-opened Revolution Pipeline, which is already advancing Pennsylvania’s energy network. As Pennsylvania seeks to build up the… Read More ►

Politicization of the Legal System is a Slippery Slope

April 23, 2021
One of the downsides of having elected district attorneys are the politicization of the legal system. This is what we have clearly seen in Chester County over the past two years. In hopes to win election in 2019, former Chester… Read More ►

New York Post: Canonsburg, PA’s Economic and Environmental Benefits from the Shale Boom

April 21, 2021
Recently, Salena Zito authored a piece in the New York Post, “Pennsylvania town saved by fracking fears Biden will kill its prosperity,” which profiles the town of Canonsburg in Washington County. As a result of the discovery of Marcellus Shale… Read More ►

Washington County Chamber of Commerce and Pittsburgh Works Host a Virtual, Bipartisan Discussion on Infrastructure Investment

April 20, 2021
Is true bipartisanship possible when it comes to addressing Pennsylvania and the nation’s infrastructure and energy needs? That was the theme of a recent live webinar hosted by PEIA founding member, the Washington County Chamber of Commerce, along with Pittsburgh… Read More ►

New Plan Submitted for Pipeline Work near Marsh Creek in Chester County

April 20, 2021
The developer of the Mariner East pipeline network recently submitted plans to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to modify the method of construction for a portion of the line in the Marsh Creek area in Upper Uwchlan Township,… Read More ►

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 ►