Tim offered a brief overview of Marcellus Minute, and some of their outreach:
Yes. I track legislation, news stories and other items of interest to produce the newsletter and website. I tweet the news stories and other developments.
What led you to become the editor of Marcellus Minutes?
I came up with the concept for Marcellus Minutes after attending a State Senate Policy Committee meeting in 2008. I listened to the testimony of two gentlemen who were doing something similar in Texas. After I started publishing the newsletter requests by policymakers and others to receive the newsletter came pouring in.
How do you stay so current with all the Marcellus news?
I am a lobbyist in Harrisburg with Bigley & Blikle, LLC and follow all of the legislation that could affect natural gas development. I interact with policymakers that could have an impact on the industry to learn in advance of their thoughts on additional policy. I also am constantly reviewing news items that may be of interest, tweeting them and including them in the weekly newsletter.
What is a fun fact about Marcellus Minutes?
Marcellus Minutes has followers from many countries outside of the U.S.
Where can we go to learn more about Marcellus Minutes?