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Energy Transfer Donates New Equipment to Powhatan Point Fire Department in Ohio

December 15, 2021
Just in time for Christmas, it has recently been reported the Powhatan Point Fire Department will be receiving new protective gear thanks to Energy Transfer’s First Responder Fund. Since 2016, Energy Transfer, one of North America’s largest and most diversified… Read More ►

Major Modification Project Has Been Approved for Mariner East Pipeline

December 6, 2021
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection(DEP) has announced the approval of the Mariner East pipelines’s major modification project that will alter the construction method of one portion of the pipeline. The piece of the pipeline at hand runs through the… Read More ►

DEP Approves Marsh Creek Modifications in Chester County

December 6, 2021
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) today approved the major modification for a portion of Mariner East running through the Marsh Creek area in Upper Uwchlan Township, Chester County. In April, the pipeline developer submitted plans to DEP for… Read More ►

Middletown Township appeals ruling on Mariner East pipeline records

November 18, 2021
Recently, WHYY News covered a Philadelphia suburb embroiled in a fight brought on by Not In My Back Yard (NIMBY) activists, regarding a court order to release communications between municipal officials and the developer of a natural gas pipeline. Although the… Read More ►

PUC OK’s Revolution Pipeline Settlement

November 18, 2021
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission today voted unanimously, 3-0, to adopt a settlement outlined earlier this year with the developers of the Revolution Pipeline in western Pennsylvania. Several members of the Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance weighed in on the proposed… Read More ►

‘Build Back Better’ Plan Includes Higher Costs for Heating Oil, Natural Gas

November 16, 2021
Today, the Delaware Valley Journal published a piece by Chris Woodard outlining why the “Build Back Better” plan may not be better for the energy sector.  In the coming days, Congress is expected to vote on its version of the… Read More ►

Kotula: “Energy infrastructure key to energizing the market”

November 4, 2021
This past week, The Observer-Reporter published a piece by Jeff Kotula, president of the Washington County Chamber of Commerce in Pennsylvania, regarding the criticality of energy infrastructure in both state and national economies. Throughout Pennsylvania, in Washington County specifically, the… Read More ►

Nacero Picks Luzerne County, Promises 4,000 Construction Jobs, 400 Positions

October 29, 2021
Houston-based Nacero Inc. today announced plans to build a $6 billion manufacturing facility on the site of a former coal mine in Luzerne County, where the company will produce low- and zero-lifecycle carbon footprint gasoline made from natural gas and… Read More ►