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Facilities like Shell’s $6 billion Shell Cracker Aren’t Possible Without Necessary Infrastructure

May 17, 2019
Yesterday in Beaver County a roundtable was hosted to foster a discussion on current and future opportunities for natural gas in Pennsylvania. A number of industry, community, and business members were provided a seat at the table to offer unique… Read More ►

Video: Pipeline Expert Discusses Safety Training at 97th Annual PSATS Conference

May 16, 2019
Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance caught up with Greg Noll, pipeline safety expert, at the 97th Annual PSATS Conference in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Greg Noll is a senior partner with Hildebrand and Noll Associates, a consulting firm specializing in emergency planning, and… Read More ►

Kickback Andy Continues to Avoid Tough Questions

May 16, 2019
Anti-pipeline champion Senator Andy Dinniman once again took to Twitter to start another battle over the Mariner East pipeline project. However this time he was quick to give up his blind crusade, though we can’t say we’re surprised. Dinniman has… Read More ►

Former PHMSA Administrator Brigham McCown Highlights the Good Job PA Regulators Have Done

May 14, 2019
Brigham McCown, Chairman of the Alliance for Innovation and Infrastructure and formerly the administrator of the Pipeline Hazardous Materials Safety Administration draws on his decades of experience working on infrastructure projects to highlight the different responsibilities that various levels of… Read More ►

Chester County Resident Corrects Sen. Dinniman on Pipeline Safety Facts

May 8, 2019
Senator Andy Dinniman has made his hay using crutches of hyperbole and fearmongering to justify shutting down important energy infrastructure projects that many of his own constituent rely on to put food on their table, heat their homes, and enjoy… Read More ►

History Lesson for Rep. Danielle Friel Otten

May 8, 2019
Pennsylvania State Representative Danielle Friel Otten’s ‘Nazi’ comment has been discussed at large in the Pennsylvania press and even garnered some national attention. Today, an op-ed in the Delco Times points to an important history lesson Rep. Friel Otten and… Read More ►

Fires and Harassing and Bears, Oh My!

May 8, 2019
Over the top and unlawful actions by pipeline opponents are finally being handed justice. Multiple times Ellen Gerhart’s tactics ended with her in handcuffs for protesting the Mariner East pipeline, trespassing the pipeline project’s site, and now, for putting pipeline… Read More ►

Statement: DEP Secretary’s Confirmation Nomination Advances

May 8, 2019
The Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee today voted overwhelmingly in bipartisan fashion to advance the nomination to re-confirm Patrick McDonnell as secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection. His nomination still requires a full vote by the Senate, which… Read More ►