Cabot & Williams Partner For Donation To Columbia-Montour AVTS

Cabot & Williams partner for donation to Columbia-Montour AVTS

On Wednesday afternoon a large truck rolled up to Columbia-Montour Area Vocational-Technical School carrying $30,000 in materials for students of the school's welding program. WNEP was on hand to capture the delivery: SOUTH CENTRE TOWNSHIP -- Students in a vocational welding program have something to look forward to when they go back to school this fall. Two natural gas companies gave the school in Columbia County a big donation which directly helps the welding program. The materials are normally something you'd see on the way to a natural gas company. Instead, it was all delivered to the Columbia-Montour Area Vocational-Technical School near Bloomsburg.…

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Show Your Support For Atlantic Sunrise

Show your support for Atlantic Sunrise

The following is a guest post by Mike Atchie, the manager of public outreach for Williams, the company that will build and operate Atlantic Sunrise. For updates on the project, you can follow @AtlSunProject, like the page on Facebook, watch videos on YouTube or connect on Google+. --- Show your support for Atlantic Sunrise – a vital pipeline for America’s energy needs Every day, Americans take warm showers, charge their electronics and do a number of things that require reliable energy. But how often do we take a moment to consider where our energy comes from? One source of abundant, American…

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Here’s What Shell’s Ethane Cracker Means For Western PA

Here’s what Shell’s ethane cracker means for Western PA

The following is an original post by Adam Larson - a Staff Writer for Shale Media Group, a Petroleum & Natural Gas Engineering student at Penn State, and a Field Intern with EQT Corporation. This piece has been republished with his permission. ---- Published on June 8, 2016 Adam Larson - Field Intern at EQT Corporation The oil and gas industry took off in Western Pennsylvania right around 2008. Digging deep into the Marcellus and even deeper into the Utica, operators are biting away at vast layers of shale. Turning the drill bit ever so slightly and kicking out into the lateral, producing natural gas has…

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