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Shale Summit 2017

The Keystone Energy Forum 2017 Shale Summit was held at Westmorland County Career and Technology Center this year on Thursday, March 30th. The panel discussed the impact Utica and Marcellus shale activity has on local businesses, communities and educational institutions. Westmorland County Commissioner Ted Kopas hit home with his opening statement, “We really can maximize this great opportunity. There are jobs galore out there and there are ways to do this responsibly, there are ways to do this right.” The Shale Summit comprised diverse panels of local and national business leaders in natural gas, as well as advocates of the…

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Think About Energy series stops by Misericordia University

Economic and Environmental Benefits of Pennsylvania Natural Gas Highlighted at “Think About Energy” Briefing DALLAS, Pa. (May 24, 2017) – Borton-Lawson, Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, UGI Energy Services, UGI Utilities, and Williams, in conjunction with ACT for America and the Back Mountain Chamber of Commerce, hosted a “Think About Energy” Briefing today at Misericordia University. The briefing was the 11th in a statewide series now entering its fourth year. The latest northeast Pennsylvania session drew nearly a hundred attendees seeking information about the current state of Pennsylvania’s shale gas revolution and what to look for during the second half…

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What if America’s energy renaissance never happened

The following was originally posted to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for 21st Century Energy’s blog by Christopher Guith, Senior Vice President for Policy on September 22, 2016.  For more information on the U.S Chamber of Commerce, follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. - - - - - - Sitting here in late September 2016, it’s pretty difficult to imagine what the U.S. would look like if the staggering energy renaissance of the last decade had never occurred.  It’s almost like trying to imagine what if Donald Trump had stuck to real estate or if Lebron never returned…

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