Choose Energy Leadership in Pennsylvania

This fall, Pennsylvanians will cast their ballots for Senate, governor, and other key races. As the costs of energy and most items have continued to tick up, the stakes couldn’t be higher. To put it simply, the global energy crisis is caused by demand outpacing available supply. Other factors – Vladimir Putin’s reduction of energy …

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LETTER: Vote pro-energy, growth

This November, voters will have the opportunity to significantly impact the makeup of both our state and federal governments. With a number of high-profile offices on the ballot this year – including governor, U.S. Senate, the entire congressional delegation, half of the state Senate and all of the state House – this election could have …

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Natural gas solution to many problems

Abundant, reliable, environmentally friendly, economically boosting energy that also enhances our national security and stabilizes the global marketplace. Sounds like a dream, right? But in fact, it’s a reality that is closer than many realize. You don’t have to look farther than the ground under your feet to find the answer in the form of …

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Pennsylvania needs to capitalize on energy reserves: Opinion Column by Erick Coolidge

As the “Keystone State,” Pennsylvania has a long history as an energy powerhouse. That distinction remains true today thanks in large part to the development of the commonwealth’s prolific natural gas reserves. As second in the nation in overall production, natural gas has been a bright spot for the state’s overall economy, providing reliable, affordable …

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Energy = Jobs and Growth: Two PA Leaders Make the Case for State’s Energy Sector

The natural gas and oil industry in Pennsylvania supports 500,000 jobs across the state, with more than $40 billion in total payroll. As a result, oil and gas together contribute $78.3 billion to the PA economy. Those facts are from Stephanie Catarino Wissman, Pennsylvania Executive Director for the American Petroleum Institute; and PA Chamber of …

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Game-changing natural gas needs support

As the “Keystone State,” Pennsylvania has a long history as an energy powerhouse. That distinction remains true today thanks in large part to the development of the commonwealth’s prolific natural gas reserves. As second in the nation in overall production, natural gas has been a bright spot for the state’s overall economy, providing reliable, affordable and clean …

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Vital and proud

With energy demand soaring and supply struggling to keep up, discussion has centered on new development in the natural gas and oil industry. Energy development can have a global impact but also a local one as highlighted in the article “Can environmental violations define oil and gas companies as bad actors? A judgment awaits” (Aug. …

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Poor energy policy is hurting Americans

In an op-ed, Lancaster County Commissioner Josh Parsons argues for the expansion of oil and gas production in Pennsylvania. Inflation continues to wreak havoc on American workers, small businesses and families, with the consumer price index rocketing up to 9.1% since last year. A year ago, I testified before the U.S. Senate Banking Committee and warned …

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