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  • Natural Gas Pipelines = Union Jobs, Consumer Savings, Manufacturing Growth

    Through the brutally cold winter of 2013-14, consumers in eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey could have saved as much as $893 million if the PennEast pipeline were in place, according to a new Concentric economic study. This new study reflects the clear fact that critical infrastructure projects are the linchpin to broadening the benefits of […]...
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  • FERC: 2014 a Record-Breaking Year for Natural Gas

    WASHINGTON — Natural gas demand and production both set records in 2014, while gas trading declined for the fourth straight year, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission reported last week. Natural gas developments dominated FERC’s annual State of the Markets presentation in a year that also saw higher electric prices. Demand and Production The coldest winter […]...
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  • Open House for CDL Drivers on April 2nd in Holiday Inn, Washington PA

    Please join Keystone Clearwater Solutions for an interview at our Open House event for CDL Drivers this Thursday, April 2, 2015 from 10am to 2pm at the Holiday Inn located at 810 Highland Meadows Drive, Washington, PA....
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  • Shale Fuels Pa.’s Economic Resurgence

    Throughout the entire Commonwealth, responsible shale development is fueling Pennsylvania’s economic revitalization. This clear fact is reflected, once again, in two new studies. Academics at both Pennsylvania State University (PSU) and Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) examined shale’s broad economic benefits, including job creation, and the findings couldn’t be more encouraging. Washington County – home […]...
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  • Open interviews on Thursday, March 26 at Hampton Inn – Waynesburg

    Join us at the Hampton Inn, Waynesburg between 10AM-3PM on MARCH 26TH for face to face interviews for CDL Class A/B drivers....
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  • Executive advocates for Phila. to become energy hub

    As the chairman of the Greater Philadelphia Energy Action Team (GPEAT), Philip Rinaldi is striving to establish the region as an energy hub. GPEAT is a coalition of about 80 executives, government officials and leaders from higher education who are pushing for expansion of the energy, petrochemical and manufacturing sectors in the region. Rinaldi addressed […]...
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  • For some, electric bills expected to decrease

    Area municipalities such as Watsontown that purchase power wholesale to resell to residents will enjoy lower rates in the coming years, according to projections. The expected decrease is due mainly to the increasing amount of power produced by natural gas from the Marcellus Shale. Watsontown Borough Councilman Harry Hefty told council Monday night the American […]...
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  • Export steel pipe supplier announces new jobs

    The Marcellus shale industry has enabled an Export company to expand its footprint in the Pittsburgh area and add 150 jobs. Officials of Dura-Bond — a supplier of steel pipe, protective pipe coatings and pipeline products — announced Monday plans to hire 150 workers at the company’s Steelton facility to fill an order for more […]...
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  • US gross gas output hits record in December: EIA

    Houston, 27 February (Argus) — US gross natural gas production rose to an all-time high in December of more than 83 Bcf/d (2.4bn m³/d) as producers brought new wells on line and restored production from shut-in wells in the Marcellus shale and in Texas. Output from the 48 contiguous US states, which includes production that […]...
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  • Editorial: Our energy pipeline

    President Barack Obama vetoed the Keystone XL Pipeline bill Tuesday, but an energy project that promises more benefits to North Carolina is quietly advancing. It’s the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, which will carry natural gas 550 miles from West Virginia across Virginia and through North Carolina on a north-south line roughly tracking Interstate 95. Surveying is […]...
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