Eco-Activist Promotes ‘Sabotage’ on Energy Projects, Gets Warm Media Welcome

September 30, 2021
This week, the NH Journal published a piece by Chris Woodard discussing Andreas Malm’s book “How To Blow Up a Pipeline.” In this book, Malm urges his fellow environmentalists to abandon their non-violent protests and embrace what he calls “intelligent… Read More ►

PennEast Pipeline Development Canceled Despite Desperate Need

September 28, 2021
As of today, the PennEast pipeline will no longer be moving forward. Just three months after securing a crucial win before the Supreme Court, the project was canceled by its developer. The regulatory hurdles to develop the pipeline were far… Read More ►

PennEast Update & Kurt Knaus Statement

September 27, 2021
Developers of PennEast Pipeline between northeastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey today announced that they are ending development of the 116-mile project. The decision to pull the plug comes just three months after the project team secured a key win before… Read More ►

OpEd on Pipeline Safety by Bill Godsey

September 17, 2021
This week, The Center Square featured a piece by Bill Godsey covering the increased safety measures regarding the state’s oil and gas pipelines like the Mariner East. Thanks to Congressional action, Pennsylvanians can expect even stricter safety measures moving forward.… Read More ►

Pennsylvania’s Energy Industry Produces Jobs

September 8, 2021
For many, Labor Day is an excuse to spend the long weekend travelling or hosting a get together to celebrate the traditional end to the summer. The intent of the weekend is to celebrate workers and the history of the… Read More ►

PEIA Partners with Beaver County Chamber to Discuss Energy Infrastructure

August 26, 2021
Members of the Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance (PEIA) spent a few days in western Pennsylvania earlier this month discussing several energy infrastructure and pipeline projects that are helping to drive economic growth and environmental gains in the region. PEIA spokesman… Read More ►

Pipelines in Pennsylvania necessary despite shared climate concerns, industry says

August 19, 2021
Earlier this week, the Pennsylvania House Environmental Resources and Energy Committee held a two-hour hearing to investigate the economic benefits of the Keystone State’s 1,000-plus miles of gas pipelines. The consensus was, Pennsylvania’s extensive network of natural gas pipelines will… Read More ►

What Are Anti-Pipeliners For? DingDongs?

August 17, 2021
The days of unbiased reporting are long gone. When news outlets depend on deep-pocketed funders like the William Penn Foundation, they have to produce content to justify their compensation and keep the checks coming.  Yesterday, WHYY published an article that… Read More ►