People who live in a 10-story apartment building in Dormont were forced out of their homes after a natural gas leak Tuesday night and they had no idea they were in danger.
Two experts in the national gas industry spoke with KDKA Radio’s Rob Pratte Saturday.
In case you missed the Thursday edition of the KDKA Afternoon News, here’s a recap of the action.
The Allegheny County Airport Authority opened bids Wednesday morning from gas exploration companies vying to drill in Marcellus Shale deposits at two airports.
An Allegheny County Police official said Wednesday night that nothing has been ruled out, but it appears a possible murder-attempted suicide was involved when police found a woman dead inside of a Stowe Township home.
This week on the Marcellus Shale Hour, KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino is joined by Matt Pitzarella from Range Resources to discuss the impact of the election on shale energy and natural gas, among other things.
How would you like to save on your oil, electric or natural gas bill this year? Who wouldn’t! There’s a deal out there right now that sounds almost too good to be true. Customers getting some of those services for free.
A dental office in McKees Rocks had to be evacuated Wednesday afternoon when several people became ill from fumes.
With Marcellus Shale drilling rigs dotting our region, the price of natural gas has dropped to a ten-year low.
About 12 people on the North Side were forced to evacuate their homes after construction crews struck a natural gas line Thursday night.
Are you tired of rising gasoline prices? Maybe you’d be interested in a car powered by natural gas. It’s cheaper than gasoline and the cars are now becoming available in our area.
Rob Pratte was joined by Rick Macklin, president of Beemac Trucking Sunday morning. They talked about how the trucking industry been affected by oil and gas prices and how they have to pass some of that cost on to the consumer.
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino is joined in studio with Matt Pitzarella, director of corporate communications for Range Resources.
What if someone told you that you could fuel up your car for less than $2 a gallon? You could if you were driving a car powered by natural gas.
Join us on October 11 for an expo and town hall meeting at the Western Pennsylvania Marcellus Shale Expo.