Lawmakers and natural gas industry representatives are meeting Monday in Charleston, W. Va., to discuss the future of drilling in the Marcellus shale region.
Harry and George Kehm stopped by the studios to talk about the oil business and where it is going and the use of natural gas in the future.
Gov. Tom Corbett says he’s adopting some major recommendations of his Marcellus Shale Natural Gas Commission. If the legislature approves, it will include a new impact fee on shale drilling.
Republican County Executive Candidate D. Raja says it’s time to convert the county’s bus system to natural gas.
Thousands of drivers have made the switch to hybrid cars, which run on gas and electricity. But there’s a push now to get more people into cars powered by natural gas. One of the region’s largest retailers is offering compressed natural gas, but who really benefits from it?
Emergency officials say the Eat ‘N Park in Banksville was evacuated this morning over reports of a natural gas smell.
On Tuesday’s show, Mike spoke with David Meieran about a recent meeting where supporters and protestors of Marcellus Shale drilling clashed.
Pittsburghers Murry and Cindy Gerber have been touring the country in a vehicle that runs on natural gas.
He has been criticized statewide for his stance, but he says the industry can help revive the state’s struggling economy.
A family was evacuated because of a broken natural gas line in New Kensington.
There are growing concerns about the safety of Marcellus Shale drilling in our area. Now, Pennsylvania is considering legislation to put stricter safety requirements on the industry.
Police in Castle Shannon say the man who was found unresponsive and later pronounced dead inside of a home in Castle Shannon Tuesday night suffered from numerous health issues. Officers were called to the home in the 3200-block of McRoberts Road around 6:45 p.m.
A man in his early 30’s was found dead inside a home in Castle Shannon Tuesday evening.
The president of the Marcellus Shale Coalition, which represents natural gas companies, said the group now believes the natural gas exploration industry is partly responsible for rising levels of contaminants found in area drinking water.
Energy independence was once again the recurring theme; spike in natural gas stocks and the promise to expand U.S. oil production and exploration.