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.
Berks County doesn’t sit atop Pennsylvania’s vast Marcellus shale field, but its businesses rely on it and its residents benefit from it. The county is home to a massive manufacturing base, and the abundant, affordable supply of natural gas delivered… Read More ►
In a recent edition of Chemical & Engineering News, the front page cover story featured Shell’s Cracker Plant, a plastics facility along the Ohio River in Beaver County, about 30 miles Northwest of Pittsburgh. The fully constructed facility is currently… Read More ►
Bruce Castor Jr, former acting Attorney General of Pennsylvania, recently penned an Op-Ed in RealClear Energy on the Keystone state’s potential to support domestic energy security, as well as the security of our allies. In the wake of Russia’s invasion… Read More ►