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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Pennsylvania and LNG to Germany

Energy isn’t sexy until the lights go out, and it looks like Germany is in for a late-autumn un-robing. A bit nippy. Can Pennsylvania help keep at least a couple Germany’s lights on and plants running? Why does it matter? Yes, Pennsylvania can contribute to a country that imports about 95% of the nearly 100 billion …

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Letter to the Editor

Home-grown energy, please As fuel prices remain high throughout the country, it’s time to embrace and support home-grown energy resources. For too long, the United States has felt the negative repercussions of being overly reliant on foreign energy sources. But it doesn’t have to be that way. We have plenty of secure, reliable energy resources …

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Kevin Sunday: Bipartisanship on energy, jobs a better path than reconciliation gamesmanship

In a surprising turnabout, Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia announced last week he has struck a deal with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer on a package of tax hikes and energy subsidies. Unfortunately, this proposal, which appears to be designed to game the Senate’s reconciliation process to pass spending bills, departs from recent congressional …

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Stephanie Catarino Wissman: Pipelines to prosperity

No issue hurts Pennsylvania families more than rising inflation and energy costs. The global mismatch between energy demand and available supply has put upward pressure on fuel prices. The world needs more energy, not less. Policies that encourage investment in energy exploration and infrastructure build-out can help boost supply while strengthening U.S. energy leadership and …

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Letter to the editor: Natural gas development benefits Pa. residents

Natural gas development is safe, well-regulated and generates significant benefits for Pennsylvanians, as the record at Allegheny County’s Deer Lakes Park proves. Rather than deprive citizens of the public benefit future development could bring, Allegheny County Council should have respected County Executive Rich Fitzgerald’s veto to maintain status quo and focus on policies that attract …

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EQT Poll Shows 60% Democrat Voter Support for Producing More Natural Gas

A poll commissioned by EQT Corp. of registered voters found that almost 70% of respondents support increasing natural gas production, and more than half agree that ramping up production could help reduce emissions. The nation’s No. 1 gas producer commissioned Democrat-leaning research firm Impact Research to survey a bipartisan sample of 1,057 registered voters, as well as …

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EU parliament backs labelling gas and nuclear investments as green

BRUSSELS, July 6 (Reuters) – The European Parliament on Wednesday backed EU rules labelling investments in gas and nuclear power plants as climate-friendly, throwing out an attempt to block the law that has exposed deep rifts between countries over how to fight climate change. The vote paves the way for the European Union proposal to …

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