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  • U.S. Gas Exports Set to Shake Up World Markets

    The United States is poised to shake up world energy markets with expanded liquefied natural gas (LNG) deliveries later this year as four new LNG export terminals come on line. The four terminals would be able to export a combined 70 billion cubic meters (BCM) of LNG annually.  According to the April 26 UK Telegraph, […]...
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  • $500,000 in seed grants awarded to advance Shale energy innovations

    STATE COLLEGE, PA – Innovation has been the cornerstone of the shale oil and natural gas revolution, and since its inception in 2011, the Ben Franklin Shale Gas Innovation & Commercialization Center has been helping small Pennsylvania companies create jobs by supporting their efforts to launch innovative products and services into that market. Leveraging a […]...
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  • Community colleges narrow “skills gap” with shale gas training

     U.S. economists estimate that two million jobs go unfilled each year because employers can’t find enough qualified candidates with the proper training, experience or skills — a phenomenon known as the “skills gap.” On a smaller scale, the same applies to employers in the oil and gas industry in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia. Until […]...
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  • Oil Makes a Comeback in Pennsylvania

    It wasn’t quite a Jed Clampett moment: Instead of shootin’ for some food, Samuel Kier was drillin’ for some salt in his salt wells in the appropriately named Saltsburg in Indiana County, Pa., close to Pittsburgh. He kept finding this smelly and gooey black stuff coming from the ground, fouling the salt — sometimes almost […]...
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  • Keystone Clearwater Solutions wins in Oil & Gas Awards

    Keystone Clearwater Solutions has won again, with the Oil & Gas Awards Water Management Company of the Year, Northeast 2015....
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  • Utica oil wells called Ohio’s gold mine

    Despite the recent fall in gas and oil prices, the fracking and drilling exploration of the Utica shale in Ohio is nowhere near stopping. That was the takeaway from six speakers at Utica Upstream, hosted by the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Shale Directories at Walsh University. Speakers discussed the status of current […]...
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  • Updated geologic maps provide greater detail for Marcellus formation

    Natural gas production from the Marcellus shale formation in the Appalachian basin increased to 14.4 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in January 2015, accounting for more than 36% of shale gas production and more than 18% of total dry natural gas production in the United States, according to EIA’s Natural Gas Weekly Update. Recent […]...
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  • USGS Says Appalachian Oil/Gas Resources Still Abundant

    A new release in the U.S. Geological Survey’s (USGS) Professional Paper series provides an in-depth analysis showing that oil and natural gas resources in the Appalachian Basin remain significant and are sufficient to continue contributing meaningfully to the nation’s fossil fuel needs. Oil and gas production from the basin, which includes 11 states from New […]...
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  • Marcellus shale production expected to keep climbing

    WHEELING – The Atlantic Coast Pipeline, the Mountain Valley Pipeline, the Rover Pipeline and the Leach XPress are some of the multi-billion dollar projects Corky Demarco believes will keep Marcellus shale production levels climbing for years to come – just as they jumped more than 1,000 percent over the last five years. Even as drillers […]...
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  • April 13th – Come along and apply to be part of the Keystone Clearwater Team

    Come join Keystone Clearwater Solutions for an interview at our open interviews event on Monday, April 13, 2015 from 11am to 3pm at the Hampton Inn located at 793 National Rd., Wheeling, WV....
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