The Pennsylvania Energy Infrastructure Alliance supports investments to modernize energy infrastructure to ensure reliable access to low-cost energy to power our local economy and ensure the utmost safety and health of our communities.
Yesterday, the Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission (PUC) released data related to their collection of impact fees from energy producers in the state. County and local governments as well as state agencies are set to receive over $200 million in total,… Read More ►
The Consumer Energy Alliance, a longtime PEIA member, and Shale Directories hosted a panel discussion with Tom Gellrich from TopLine Analytics and Michael Marr from Shell Chemical Co. on the topic of “The Future of Petrochemicals post COVID-19 in the… Read More ►
Last week Reuters reported that the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) had released a study suggesting that the Shell Cracker plant, more formally known as the Pennsylvania Petrochemical Complex, in Beaver County faces “oversupply” and “a low… Read More ►