Using Natural Gas To Reduce Energy Poverty

Using Natural Gas to Reduce Energy Poverty

The following is an article by Tisha Schuller, Principal at Adamantine Energy and Strategic Advisor for the Natural Gas Initiative at Stanford University, which ran in Scientific American on March 3, 2017. It has been republished here with permission. - - - - Using Natural Gas to Reduce Energy Poverty It’s not carbon-free, but it has a transformative role to play in energizing developing nations Life without access to energy is simply miserable. The most mundane task, such as heating water to cook rice, can require an entire day’s labor to gather both water and firewood. That labor can be physically…

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Mobile Energy Learning Unit Comes To Pennsylvania

Mobile Energy Learning Unit Comes to Pennsylvania

Cabot is excited to announce the Mobile Offshore Learning Unit, or MOLU, is visiting Pennsylvania. This unit, created by the Offshore Energy Center, features six self-contained learning centers with curriculum-based, hands-on activities about energy and the technologies and sciences involved with the oil and natural gas industry with a curriculum based on state and national standards. During a typical MOLU visit, students will explore a plethora of topics including geology, physics, and engineering, and robotics, environmental stewardship in an engaging and attractive way. Students will also have the opportunity to sort through the number of everyday consumer products made possible by…

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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 of Laborers’ International Union of North America (LiUNA), Scott Bush with Borton-Lawson, David Taylor with Pennsylvania Manufacturers' Association (PMA) and George Stark and…

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