Lt. Governor Mike Stack Presents To Think About It Crowd

Lt. Governor Mike Stack presents to Think About It crowd

February is Career and Technical Education® (CTE) Month which celebrates the achievements of CTE programs across the United States. --- Last month we recapped a Think About It event held at Lehigh Career & Technical Institute (LCTI) where we were joined by about seventy-five business leaders, educational professionals, and elected officials to discuss the trends and topics in the energy industry and how they are affecting the Commonwealth. In addition to several great speakers like Pamela Witmer of UGI Energy Services, Abe Amoros…

Expanding Infrastructure = Expanding Opportunity

Expanding infrastructure = expanding opportunity

The investment in expanding infrastructure to move natural gas produced from the Marcellus shale is having big benefits for northeastern Pennsylvania residents and businesses. Senator John Blake joined us for this Power to Save segment to highlight some of the projects in the region taking advantage of the close proximity to the natural gas supply, like the $1.2 billion Lackawanna Energy Center project which will be one of the most energy-efficient power plants in the United States. Because of the investment in…

Pipelines: Safe And Cost-efficient

Pipelines: Safe and cost-efficient

The abundant production coming from the Marcellus isn't a secret - in fact we just posted about Cabot's recent milestones including a cumulative production of 2.5 TCF. But what tends to get lost is just how the natural gas makes its way from the wellhead to the burner tip in your home or business. WNEP recently joined George Stark and Jim Scheel, Senior Vice President for Williams Northeast to talk more about the safe, reliable way this natural gas is…

Pennsylvania Is An Energy Leader

Pennsylvania is an energy leader

Pennsylvania has historically been a tremendous leader in energy. -Gene Barr - President & CEO of Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry The Commonwealth has a very rich history of innovation and a reputation as an energy leader. It includes the Drake Well, the first commercial oil well in the United States and a long history with anthracite coal in the northeastern region, but continues today with cutting-edge technology at Carnegie Mellon University around biology-powered fuel cells. And now, the natural gas being produced from…

Power To Save: Water Management

Power to Save: Water Management

This WNEP Power to Save video takes a look at some of the the practices and technology Cabot uses to help with water management. Water is an important component in the creation of any form of energy, and our experts have implemented these specific water management systems to meet our operational needs all while minimizing our impact.