The guest editorial addressing the Tom Wolf budget proposal underscores many of the flaws in the draft, but draws an incorrect conclusion.
Natural gas development in the commonwealth continues to be an absolute game changer for every one of our 67 counties, bringing positive progress and broad-based benefits to all Pennsylvanians.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposed budget includes new funding for an array of energy projects fueled by both traditional and renewable resources, and it relies heavily on one energy source – natural gas – to pay for it.
Corky Demarco believes West Virginia’s 5 percent severance tax on oil and natural gas production is one of the main culprits driving the number of Marcellus and Utica shale drilling rigs throughout the state down to 17, compared to the 29 working at this time last year.
Gov. Tom Wolf is looking to borrow money to inject millions of dollars in subsidies and grants into Pennsylvania’s renewable energy industry.
Lunch crowds in the Hardwood Cafe used to be packed with dozens of workers from the natural gas industry.
A Feb. 22 editorial claiming the “Extraction tax on natural gas should be considered,” fails to acknowledge critical facts about new energy taxes and the basic economic realities associated with such policies, especially as it relates to capital investment and continued job growth.
A Pittsburgh facility that provides safety equipment to the oil and gas industry will be shut by the summer of 2016, its parent company announced Thursday.
Delaware County Council toured the Marcus Hook Industrial Complex (MHIC) on Feb. 3 to witness first-hand the revitalization of the former refinery and discuss Sunoco Logistics’ plans for further development at the site.
Total natural gas production in Pennsylvania grew by 14.7% in the first quarter of 2019 compared to the same period last year, a report by the Pennsylvania Independent Fiscal Office said.