These are boom times for shale gas exploration but towns and municipalities like South Fayette Township are concerned that it should be controlled and limited, adopting zoning ordinances that would keep drilling away from schools and residential areas.
Utility crews throughout the region have their work cut out for them as the extreme cold continues to pose challenges.
Pennsylvania’s public utility regulators have an idea to save money on Black Friday.
West Virginia authorities are trying to find the source of a natural gas explosion that destroyed a home on Elderville Road near Follansbee Friday, killing 13-year-old Hannah Mozingo and injuring her mother, father and sister.
Dozens of alternative fuel vehicles were on display today and it was all part of an event called “Odyssey Day.”
Rob Pratte was joined by Rick Price from ProGas and Dave Dudo from BeeMac Trucking to discuss the upcoming Odyssey alternative fuel event.
The planes will continue to take off and land at Pittsburgh International Airport — but they’ll have company.
Representatives from the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport say deals to allow natural gas drilling can be beneficial, but they aren’t always quick.
The National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), with two big facilities in South Park and Morgantown, is not well-known, but — working with local universities — it’s America’s fossil fuel research lab.
Matt Pittzarella of Range Resources joined KDKA’S Robert Mangino to discuss the steady job growth within the Marcellus Shale industry.
Matt Pittzarella of Range Resources joined KDKA’s Robert Mangino, to discuss the recent purchase Range Resources made for 180 natural gas powered vehicles.
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.
President Barack Obama’s Climate Change speech praised renewable energy, conservation – and fracking for natural gas.
New research in Pennsylvania demonstrates that it’s hard to nail down how often natural gas drilling is contaminating drinking water: One study found high levels of methane in some water wells within a half-mile of gas wells, while another found some serious methane pollution occurring naturally, far away from drilling.