Trish McFarland, President of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce, was published in the Philadelphia Inquirer, promoting the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Alliance McFarland emphasized the economic benefits of developing energy infrastructure in Pennsylvania, specifically mentioning the Mariner East project. Read the entire piece here.
Promoting businesses, large and small, is the focus of the Washington County Chamber of Commerce. With more than 1,100 businesses that employ nearly 23,000 people in the Energy Capital of the East, the Washington County Chamber of Commerce has grown into the largest business association in Washington County and the second largest Chamber of Commerce […]
The Pittsburgh Business Times published an article about the formation of the Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance, a partnership formed by the Washington County Chamber of Commerce, Delaware Chamber of Commerce, Laborers International Union of North America, and Local 66 of the International Union of Operating Engineers. The alliance highlights the direct and indirect benefits of pipeline infrastructure in Pennsylvania. In […]
Marcellus Shale development has created a resurgence of economic activity in our state. The direct and indirect benefits of this multi-billion dollar industry have revived our manufacturing industry, while providing new economic opportunities for businesses throughout the state. According to the Department of Labor and Industry, 28,155 people work directly in the oil and gas […]
Pennsylvania has been a hotbed of economic activity in recent years, due to our thriving energy sector. As this growth continues, we need to ensure that these energy resources are being transported in the safest, most efficient way possible. Research has unequivocally shown that pipelines are the safest way to transport our energy resources. According […]