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Natural gas plant may rise where coal once fell in Masontown

Wouldn't this be exciting news for our region? There's a public information meeting on April 5th, 2017 between 5 and 8 pm at the Carmichaels & Cumberland Township Volunteer Fire Department, hope to see you there!

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Energy Slowdown???

While many people are focusing on the slowdown in our region, others are still making hay while the sun shines.  With the announcement of Shell’s multibillion-dollar petrochemical plant, one energy consultant has stated the tri-state region “is certainly the best...

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Shell Cracker Ripple Effect

R.T. Walker, VP of the Energy Facilities Group at CBRE, says we can expect a 150 mile ripple effect from the Shell project announced earlier this week.  See what other government officials and business leaders are saying...

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U. S. Energy Information Administration Shale Gas Production Report

While we have watched natural gas production from shale plays rapidly grow from 10% to almost half of the U.S. total dry natural gas production, by 2040 that number will ...

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Wolf decides against vetoing GOP budget

by Paul J. Gough, Digital Producer, Pittsburgh Business Times

The eight-month-old budget stalemate in Pennsylvania is just about to over as Gov. Tom Wolf has decided...

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Canonsburg natural gas company launches with $800M commitment

by Paul J. Gough, Digital Producer, Pittsburgh Business Times, March 23, 2016

A Canonsburg company started by a former Rice Energy executive and with up to $800 million in private equity backing from Apollo Global Management LLC is jumping into the oil and natural gas business in the Marcellus and Utica shales..

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Act 13 fee funds will be reviewed

by Mike Jones, Greene County Bureau Chief, March 11, 2016

The state auditor general announced Thursday he will investigate whether municipalities are properly spending their Act 13 natural gas drilling impact fee money and if the state Public Utility Commission should be the agency tasked with overseeing distribution of the funds.

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