July 14, 2017 RSS feed / News

The state of renewables

Although a small part of Pennsylvania’s energy mix, renewable energy sources continue to grow

As one of the nation’s largest producers and net exporters of coal and natural gas, Pennsylvania has long relied on fossil fuels to meet its energy needs. More...

Projects aims to keep housing costs low with high efficiency

State College, PA – Creating more energy efficient homes is key to paving the way to a clean energy future. After all, the less energy we use, the less generation we will have to replace.  More...

Report indicates market upturn while regulatory environment remains in flux

A recent report indicates that the natural gas industry should expect continued economic gains despite remaining disapproval from local community and regulatory organizations. More...

PIOGA holds 7th Annual Pig Roast event

Seven Springs, PA – Guests once again enthusiastically turned up for the annual Pig Roast, Product and Equipment Roundup, Operator’s Forum and Leadership Summit at Seven Springs Mountain Resort by the Pennsylvania Independent Oil and Gas More...

Construction for new ARL research facility has begun

State College, PA – On May 5, Penn State’s Board of Trustees gave the ‘all clear’ and approved the design and funding for construction on a new addition to its energy testing facility in Benner Township. More...

Impact Fees Round VI

This year’s were the lowest to date, but proposed projects may bolster future contributions

Based on last year’s production, Pennsylvania gas producers contributed $173,258,900 in impact fees this year - nearly $14.5 million less than fees collected in 2015 and the lowest amount since the first round of fees in 2011, which totaled nea More...

Industry professionals plan path forward at DUG East

Pittsburgh, Pa – With bigger wells and more pipeline capacity, activity is picking up in the Marcellus and Utica shale plays, shining a light on the regions’ exceptionalism and prospects for serious growth. More...

June DEP well permits report

There were 163 drilling permits issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection in the Marcellus Business Central coverage area in June. More...

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