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03.13.19

Texas report: Pennsylvania 2nd only to us in natural gas production

Texas may be the biggest natural gas producer in the country, but Pennsylvania isn't far behind - and it's gaining.
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02.21.19

Increased energy taxes do not help Pa.

The Post-Gazette's Feb. 13 editorial "Paying Their Fair Share" calling for a severance tax perpetuates a trend among certain elected officials to go after specific industries for taxation in order to pay for more government spending.
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01.31.19

Wolf wants to fund infrastructure with shale tax; Republicans say nope

Gov. Tom Wolf is asking the Republican-controlled state House and Senate to sign on to a sweeping new infrastructure plan.
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01.27.19

OP-ED: America cannot afford to keep it in the ground

Infrastructure is the framework upon which our lives are built.
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01.24.19

Natural gas impact fee revenue expected to be up this year, agency says

A state agency projects that natural gas impact fee collections for 2018 will exceed those from 2017 by $37.4 million.
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01.24.19

Pa. impact fees on shale wells projected to break record this year

Pennsylvania's impact fee on shale gas wells is expected to raise a record $247 million this year, driven in part by the anticipated receipt of millions of dollars in past fees that the state plans to collect after winning a state Supreme Court case last month.
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01.24.19

Fiscal office: 2018 impact fees hit record high

Impact fees on unconventional natural gas operations in Pennsylvania hit a single-year high in 2018, according to the state's Independent Fiscal Office.
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01.24.19

Impact fee collected from gas drillers expected to reach new record

The fee Pennsylvania collects from natural gas drillers is expected to reach a record $247 million this year, according to figures released Thursday by the state's Independent Fiscal Office.
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01.08.19

Gov. Wolf Says For PA To Have A Strong Natural Gas Industry; We Need Pipelines

Pipelines are safer than tank cars as long as they are built the right way.
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01.06.19

Budget, severance tax, opioid issues on lawmakers' agendas

The continued push for a natural gas severance tax and safeguards against opioid addiction may well be taken up in the state Legislature this year.
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12.18.18

Infrastructure Lost: Why America Cannot Afford to Keep it in the Ground

In recent years, anti-energy groups have rallied around a singular theme: "Keep it in the Ground."
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11.26.18

We need to energize Pennsylvania's economy

Now that the Amazon show is over, let's take full advantage of our world-class energy reserves
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11.07.18

Want more manufacturing jobs in Greater Philadelphia? Tap into Pennsylvania's top energy resource

It should come as no surprise, that our state has abundant energy resources.
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10.11.18

Study: Energy industry could transform state's economy

Pennsylvania's population and economic growth are stagnant, but a report published Thursday has a solution: capitalize on the "historic opportunity" presented by the state's natural gas reserves to craft a "new, vibrant and growing" state.
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10.11.18

Business coalition launches new shale-gas promotional campaign

A Pennsylvania business consortium launched a new campaign Thursday to boost the state's economy by expanding the uses of natural gas in manufacturing, power production and exports.
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