At the MarkWest processing plant in Houston, Pa., they separate different types of gases and burn off the excess in towers.
On this week’s edition of the Marcellus Shale Hour, Robert Mangino is joined by Matt Pittzarella of Range Resources, and CEO of American Natural, Jennifer Pomerantz.
Matt Pitzarella hosted the Marcellus Shale Hour with Robert Mangino, they were joined by Steve Everley of American Solutions and Steve Forde of the Marcellus Shale Coalition.
Cecil Township Supervisor Elizabeth Cowden had a very personal reason for making the four-hour trip from Washington County to Harrisburg Tuesday.
A new movie focusing on the dangers of natural gas drilling in Pennsylvania will air on HBO July 8, but Pittsburghers can catch a free showing at the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial in Oakland on June 20.
On this week’s edition of the Marcellus Shale hour, experts in hydraulic fracturing gave their opinions on the federal government’s involvement with natural gas drilling.
Several local municipalities will soon be paid hundreds of thousands of dollars in Marcellus Shale gas drilling fees.
Murrysville officials say they have not been contacted by a drilling company regarding the Marcellus Shale drilling rights on land at the community park.
Range Resources’ Mark Wendell joined KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino for the Marcellus Shale hour. They were joined by Executive Vice President of Heckmann Water Resources John Lucey and Principal Geologist of Stantec Consulting Mike Teeling.
It’s the latest chapter of the Jesse White saga. He’s the local state representative who admitted to using online aliases to bully constituents.
A KD Investigation into state Rep. Jesse White has prompted calls from both political parties for ethic investigations.
A state lawmaker accused of using fake names online to criticize supporters of gas drilling is saying he’s sorry.
There are new developments after a KDKA investigation uncovered accusations that a state lawmaker is hiding behind online aliases to attack supporters of Marcellus Shale drilling in the area.
If you’re one of the 263,000 customers of Columbia Gas in this region, some bad news: the Public Utility Commission has approved a 16 percent increase in your natural gas bill.
When Janice Gibbs started posting her pro-gas views on local websites she was soon shocked at how nasty things got. First, State Rep. Jesse White allegedly posted Gibbs’ real identity. Then, someone posting under the name “Prouder American” called her an “industry troll.”