Registration Open For Shale Insight 2017 ConferenceThe Shale Insight 2017 Conference and Exhibit is coming to Pittsburgh this fall and registration is now open.
Pittsburgh Hosting 2-Day Conference On Natural Gas IndustryNatural gas production is the topic of discussion at a two-day conference in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Marcellus Shale Impact Fees Invested In Community ImprovementsThe Center for Rural Pennsylvania released a new report recently analyzing how Marcellus Shale Impact Fee, also known as Act 13 dollars have been invested.
Warm Weather, Falling Natural Gas Prices Mean Savings For ConsumersEven though it hasn't exactly felt like winter so far, when it does, you'll be spending a lot less to heat your home.
Marcellus Gas Slowdown Sends Ripples Through Local EconomyShale gas production companies and their suppliers have cut back and laid off a lot of workers, sending ripples through the economy.
KD Investigates: As Drilling Ramps Up, So Do The LawsuitsGary Andreis's house in Chartiers-Houston is just downhill from a natural gas compressor station which he says has flooded his yard and poisoned his well, forcing him and his family to live on bottled water.
Study: Marcellus Shale Created 45,000 Trade JobsHow many jobs is the shale gas industry creating?
Beaver County Braces For Shale Gas InfrastructureDon Kretschmann loves being an organic farmer in Beaver County, but now he says that way of life is under threat.
Ethics Complaint Over Deer Lakes FrackingProtect Our Parks has filed a formal complaint with the Pennsylvania State Ethics Commission over the role of Councilman Futules in the Deer Lakes fracking plan.
High Court Strikes Down Zoning Limits On Gas DrillingThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court is striking down provisions that stripped the power that municipalities had over where natural gas drilling activity could occur.
Fitzgerald And Wagner Feud Over Party InviteFitazgerald and Wagner discuss the party on Friday and Rich continues to talk about Range Resources.
Pa. Gas Industry: Change Endangered Species LawsMajor oil and natural gas industry groups in Pennsylvania are backing efforts to change the state's endangered and threatened species laws, despite objections from some sportsmen's and environmental groups.