Statement: Response to Legislative Town Hall on Mariner East

March 29, 2019
Several southeastern Pennsylvania legislators convened a town hall meeting Wednesday night to ensure residents know how to protect their homes and property during pipeline construction, focusing on Mariner East. The lawmakers had with them a local township solicitor who offered… Read More ►

Energy Infrastructure Enemies Guilty of Mis – interpretation and representation

March 22, 2019
Pipeline opponents continue to grasp at straws to make any sort of argument against pipeline infrastructure, particularly against their favorite target – Mariner East. A recent StateImpact Pennsylvania article stated that there are “new safety concerns” over the Mariner East… Read More ►

Energy Infrastructure Remains Good for Communities, Unions and Taxes

March 20, 2019
Yesterday morning a number of Pennsylvania elected officials, union members and business leaders gathered in Harrisburg to highlight the economic and public safety benefits of pipeline infrastructure. Both State Senator Bartolotta and Representative Nelson had all positive points to touch… Read More ►

Statement: Capitol Event Spotlights Pipeline Safety, Economic Benefits of Infrastructure Projects in Pa.

March 19, 2019
HARRISBURG, Pa. (March 19, 2019) – Members of the Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance today joined legislators and business leaders from around the state to spotlight the safe, responsible development of the state’s pipeline network and related infrastructure and the economic… Read More ►

Statement: Pipeline Fuels D.A.’s Re-Election Efforts

March 12, 2019
Delaware County District Attorney Katayoun Copeland has jumped on the political bandwagon with Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan in seeking an investigation of the Mariner East pipeline network — and all the media attention that comes with such an… Read More ►

Incumbent District Attorneys Have Begun Running for Reelection

March 12, 2019
Mariner East 2 went through what the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection deemed, the “most strenuous” permit approval process, yet politicians across the Commonwealth do what they do best: make baseless political assertions in order to try to win reelection.… Read More ►

Fake News Hits Harrisburg

March 12, 2019
Pipeline opponents continue to rely on Hail Mary attempts in hopes to halt the natural gas industry in Pennsylvania. A recent letter to Governor Wolf signed by 14 local elected officials, including the usual suspects of Sen. Dinniman, Rep. Friel… Read More ►

Video: Economic Expert Kevin Gillen Weighs In On Consumer Savings Facilitated through NG Pipelines

March 1, 2019
Consumer savings associated with infrastructure projects may be difficult to grasp at first. After all, how are big energy infrastructure projects expected to put money back in consumers’ wallets? Fortunately, Kevin Gillen – a Wharton PhD educated economist – can… Read More ►