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2015 Keystone Energy Forum Post-Event Report
Seventy-five business leaders, elected officials and oil & gas industry representatives attended a Keystone Energy Forum hosted by The Shenango Valley and Lawrence County Chambers of Commerce and PennNorthwest Development Corporation on October 14, 2015 in West Middlesex, PA. See presentations at bottom of this page.
Rod Wilt of the Keystone Energy Forum faciliated the event.
- George Stark - Director of External Affairs, Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, discussed the difference between wet & dry gas, production and take-away capacity and the need for better infrastructure to get Pennsylvania-produced products to market.
- Sarah Barczyk - Director of Government & Community Relations, Columbia Pipeline Group & Columbia Midstream Group discussed pipeline projects that are planned or under construction in, or near, Mercer and Lawrence Counties.
- Dan Brockett - Penn State Extension & Penn State Marcellus Education Team presented an extensive look into active wells and permitted wells in Mercer and Lawrence Counties. He also talked about business opportunities in the area, and the volume of data and resources available to business leaders interested in the local gas & oil industry. Finally, he took a lot of questions on the proposed Royal Dutch Shell Cracker Plant in Beaver County.
Women in Energy: The Voice of Experience
KEF attended the Opportunities for Women in Energy: The Voice of Experience event on Thursday, July 23, 2015 in Washington, PA. The event was hosted by the Keystone Energy Forum and the Women’s Energy Network – Appalachia. It was presented by Novak Strategic Advisors. There were over 40 women in attendance who were either employed in the energy sector or were seeking opportunities. Companies represented included Range Resources, PIOGA, Chevron, Contact Land Services, EQT, Cabot Oil & Gas, PA DCNR and others. Topics discussed included the current economic status of the Pennsylvania energy business, as well as a Q&A Session with a panel of industry experts. Field Director, Rod Wilt, as well as API representatives Josh Snyder and Stephanie Catarino-Wissman, represented KEF at the event.
Jeff Haste, Dauphin Co. Commissioner, CCAP Board Chair
The County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania is a statewide, nonprofit, bipartisan association representing the commissioners, chief clerks, administrators, their equivalents in home rule counties, and solicitors of Pennsylvania's sixty-seven counties. The Association serves to strengthen Pennsylvania counties' ability to govern their own affairs and improve the well-being and quality of life of their constituents. To this end, the Association effects the achievement of favorable state and federal legislation, programs and policies, and provides appropriate programs, services and training to its membership, county leaders, and their staff. The 2015 Annual Convention was held on August 1-5 in Pittsburgh, PA. Keystone Energy Forum Field Director Rod Wilt was there to educate the attendees on the opportunities and benefits presented by the Marcellus/Utica Shale natural gas reserves here in Pennsylvania.
Larry Maggi, Chairman, Washington Co. Board of Commissioners
PA Chamber of Business & Industry Press Conference and Rally
in Harrisburg, PA
KEF attended the PA Chamber of Business & Industry Press Conference and Rally at the Capitol Rotunda in Harrisburg on June 23, 2015. The press conference brought together a diverse coalition of more than 20 organizations to communicate to members of the General Assembly and the Wolf Administration that higher energy taxes will hinder economic growth and put good paying jobs at risk. Speakers included Gene Barr, President & CEO of the PA Chamber; Dawood Engineering, Inc. President Bony R. Dawood; Allegheny Medical Integrated Health Services Director of Corporate Health, Melissa Hodge; Dave Horn, LECET business development, LiUNA - Eastern PA District Council; and Capt. Tony Caldarelli, U.S. Army, retired. According to the Chamber, as of 2014 more than 243,000 Pennsylvanians have been employed as a result of the natural gas industry. The average core industry salary stands at $93,000 per year. Additionally, the natural gas industry has helped to generate more than $2 billion in tax revenues for the state. This is on top of the more than $850 million that has been collected under the current impact tax, which, according to the Independent Fiscal Office, is equivalent to a 4.7 percent severance tax and is benefitting local communities across all 67 Pennsylvania counties. KEF Director Rod Wilt is pictured at the Rally with Capt. Tony Caldarelli, U.S. Army, retired.
Pennsylvania Municipal League 116th Annual Convention
in Allentown, PA
KEF was an exhibitor at the Pennsylvania Municipal League 116th Annual Convention in Allentown, PA on June 24, 2015. The Pennsylvania Municipal League (PML) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization established in 1900 as an advocate for Pennsylvania’s 3rd class cities. Today, the PML represents 89 participating Pennsylvania cities, townships, town, boroughs, and home rule municipalities that all share the League’s municipal policy interests. KEF Director Rod Wilt was there to educate the local government attendees about the economic benefits of Pennsylvania’s energy industry and PA Act 13 funding to local communities. He is pictured at the Convention with Steve Stevenson, Lock Haven City Councilman (top) and Jason Monn, Mayor, City of Corry (bottom).
Keystone Energy Forum and the Manufacturer & Business Association highlight economic impact
Keystone Energy Forum hosted a forum in partnership with the Manufacturer & Business Association to highlight the economic and job impact of natural gas development in Western and Northwestern Pennsylvania. The event was held at Penn State University's Behrend Campus in Erie, PA.
At podium is Keystone Energy Forum director Bill Stewart. Panelists (l to r) were John Felmy, chief economist at American Petroleum Institute, Lou D'Amico, president of Pennsylvania Independent Oil and Gas Association and Dan Brockett of Penn. State Marcellus Center for Outreach and Research.
PA State Legislator Educational Briefing at the State Capitol
KEF, PIOGA, API-PA, and MSC combined to conduct an educational briefing to PA State Legislators on natural gas E&P and the proposed severance tax. Pictured standing is State Representative Kate Klunk of York Co, and Jonathan Brady. The event at the State Capitol building was attended by over 50 PA House members, staff, as well as numerous gas industry executives.
Pennsylvania Farm Show - Harrisburg, PA
KEF partnered with the PennAg Industries Association and the Professional Dairy Managers of PA to present a Forum on Pipelines at the annual Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg, PA.
Pictured at the podium is PA Secretary of Agriculture George Grieg. Panelists on either side left to right are Dana Aunkst, PA Environmental Secretary, Cindey Ivey, The Williams Company, Ross Pifer, Penn State Agricultural Law School, Del Voight, Lebanon Co. Penn State Extension, and Bill Stewart, KEF Director.
State College, PA
KEF partnered with the Centre Co. Chamber of Business and Industry and the Marcellus Shale Business Journal to present a Forum on the economic benefits of shale development. Pictured at the podium is Stephanie Catarino Wissman, Executive Director of Associated Petroleum Industries of Pennsylvania. Other presenters were Dave Yoxheimer of Penn State’s Marcellus Center for Outreach and Research (MCOR); Dr. Jeremy Frank, President of KCF Technologies, Inc. of State College; and Russ Bedell, Community Relations & Communications Manager for Columbia Gas.
Ag Progress Days
The Keystone Energy Forum took its educational display to Penn State University's AG Progress Days - Pennsylvania's largest annual outdoor agricultural exposition. Much of the Marcellus drilling activity has actually preserved active farming in the state. Thousands visited the 55-acre site during the expo.
Energy Smart at Williamsport Little League World Series
The Keystone Energy Forum, API, PIOGA, Energy Nation, and Energy Citizens set up their shale education displays at the annual Little League World Series. Visitors were also treated to the MEET-U mobile Drake Oil Well museum covering the history of oil & gas in PA. Shown here are two Little League fans who just successfully completed our "Energy Quiz".
PA Distribution Pipeline Forum
The Energy Forum held a Distribution Pipeline Forum at the Centre Co. Natural Gas Task Force meeting in State College, PA. Seen here is KEF Director Bill Stewart (right) introducing panelist Russ Miller, Vice President of Corning/Leatherstocking Gas company.
PA Municipal League annual meeting in Philadelphia.
KEF took its educational display to Philadelphia at the PA Municipal League's annual convention. Pictured are KEF Director Bill Stewart (center) and Associate Mike Oscar (right) with Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter (left), who stopped by to discuss shale development and the positive effects it is having on Philadelphia's refineries and shipbuilding facilities.
2014 Commerce and Education Forum, Thiel College
Panelists were (l to r) Tony Caldarelli of Wolf Energy Solutions, Stephanie Catarino Wissman of Associated Petroleum Industries of PA, Francesca Kaglar Boateng of Chevron, Derek Smith of Rex Energy, and Tony Paglia of the Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber of Commerce.
PA Farm Show Panel
For the third year the Keystone Energy Forum again partnered with the PA Dairy Managers Association and PennAG Industries to conduct an educational forum on shale gas development at the 2014 Pennsylvania Farm Show.
Left to right: Rob Boulware, Seneca Resources, ANGA member; Karl Brown, Executive Secretary, PA State Conservation Commission; David Callahan, MarkWest; Dan Devlin, DCNR; PODIUM - Bill Stewart, Keystone Energy Forum; John Frey, Center for Dairy Excellence; Kelly Heffner, Deputy Secretary, Department of Environmental Protection; Tom Murphy, Penn State Marcellus Center for Outreach and Research
A completed Marcellus well head was displayed by Seneca Resources and ANGA in the Farm Show Main Building.
Marcellus Shale Educational Seminar, Pittsburgh, PA
KEF Director Bill Stewart leads a discussion on shale gas facts with a group of Energy Citizens at the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall in Pittsburgh, PA.
Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs, Harrisburg, PA
For the third year KEF partnered with the Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs to bring up to date shale gas information to the outdoor sports community conference in Harrisburg, PA. Panelists were (l to r) Devin DeMario, PA Fish & Boat Commission, Mike DiMatteo, PA Game Commission, Tyler Courtney, Westmoreland Co. Commissioner, Jeff Woleslagle, DCNR Bureau of Forestry, and Bruce Snyder, Range Resources Compliance Specialist.
State of Shale Gas in Pennsylvania, Latrobe, PA
The Westmoreland Co. Chamber of Commerce and the Keystone Energy Forum sponsored a State of Shale Gas in PA forum in Latrobe PA. Standing is Chad Amond, Chamber President. Seated are (l to r) Bill Stewart, KEF Director, Ken Fleeman, Albarta Energy, and Stephanie Catarino Wissman, Executive Director of API-PA. Approximately 50 Westmoreland Chamber members and a number of local citizens attended the event.
Johnstown Chamber's Business, Energy, and Technology Expo
KEF Director Bill Stewart explains the hydro fracking video to an Expo visitor at our educational exhibit. Approximately 300 passed through the annual Chamber of Commerce event.
Energy Games, Lycoming County, PA
The Keystone Energy Forum educational exhibit was a popular spot during the day long inaugural 'Energy Games' at the Lycoming Co. Fairgrounds. The family oriented event was sponsored by the oil & gas, wind, solar, coal, and nuclear industries along with related vendors and suppliers. Fun competitions for kids and adults alike were a treat for the thousands of attendees. The day was capped with an evening concert by top Country & Western artists and a fireworks display.
Little League World Series, Williamsport, PA
The Keystone Energy Forum (KEF) returned for the second year to the kickoff parade and street fair for the annual Little League World Series.
The KEF tent featured our displays with educational materials and a fun Energy IQ quiz prize wheel. Attendance was in the thousands.
Pennsylvania Municipal League Annual Convention
The Keystone Energy Forum exhibited at the Pennsylvania Municipal League Annual Convention held on the Penn State Campus, State College, PA. Over 170 local government officials from all over PA attended this 2 day event. KEF offered its usual array of educational materials on all things Marcellus.
The Comcast Cable Network was on site providing extensive coverage of the event.
Northern Tier Oil & Gas Expo
The Keystone Energy Forum continued its education and outreach efforts with its Marcellus information booth at the day long Northern Tier Oil & Gas Expo held at the fairgrounds in Troy, PA, Bradford County. Over 500 visitors stopped by to discuss shale issues and picked up Marcellus fact sheets.
Keystone Energy Forum's Marcellus Summit
PA Governor Tom Corbett addresses the audience at the Keystone Energy Forum's Marcellus Summit held at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. Panelist on the left is Joe Grace, Director of Public Policy, Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and at right is Renato Monteiro, Vice President of Business Development for Braskem America Inc. Other panelists were John Felmy, Chief Economist for the American Petroleum Institute, Joe McGinn, Senior Public Affairs Manager for Sunoco and Sunoco Logistics, Mike Schurr, Education Director of the Mid-Atlantic Finishing Trades Institute, and Craig White, President and CEO of Philadelphia Gas Works.
Tri-County Oil & Gas Expo, Washington County
The Keystone Energy Forum (KEF) was a key educational exhibitor at the day long Tri-County (Greene, Fayette, Washington) Oil & Gas Expo at the Washington Co. Fairgrounds. KEF Director Bill Stewart is pictured discussing the hydraulic fracturing video with Expo visitors.
Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
The Keystone Energy Forum conducted a Marcellus Shale and Supply Chain 101 Forum for the Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Pictured are Stephanie Wissman (standing, above), Associated Petroleum Industries of PA and J Michael Trevino (standing, right), President of Trevino and Company.
Panelists also (left) included Frank Luchak Esq of Duane Morris, Lou D'Amico of PIOGA, Wissman, and Shari Williams from the Marcellus Shale Coalition.
Energy Day, Scranton, PA
The Keystone Energy Forum organized "Energy Day" with API/PA, PIOGA, the Marcellus Shale Coalition, ANGA, as well as government and industry officials. About 300 people turned out for the event designed to acquaint business and civic leaders in Northeast Pennsylvania with the process and opportunities for natural gas.
Scranton, PA Mayor Chris Doherty gives the welcoming remarks.
Lou D'Amico, President and CEO of PIOGA, and Stephanie Wissman, Executive Director of API of PA.
St. Francis University, Loretto, PA
The Keystone Energy Forum and PIOGA made Energy and Marcellus presentations at an educational forum conducted by St. Francis University. Pictured, fielding audience questions, is Dan Weaver, PIOGA's Outreach Director.
Shale Summit III Expo, Butler, PA
The Keystone Energy Forum participated in the Shale Summit III Expo held at the Slippery Rock University student center in Butler County.
Pictured above and to the right is Keystone Energy Forum Director, Bill Stewart, discussing Marcellus issues with booth visitors during the day long event.
PA County Commissioners Association Spring Conference, Harrisburg, PA
The Keystone Energy Forum, API, and PIOGA held a joint hospitality reception for County Commissioners at the PA County Commissioners Association Spring Conference in Harrisburg,PA.
All Energy Now, Bentleyville, Washington County
Operators, contractors, vendors, drill workers, and the media came together to share information on Marcellus and Utica activity. Pictured are Stephanie Paluda, Outreach Director of PIOGA and Bill Stewart, Director of the Keystone Energy Forum.
Indiana Co. Chamber of Commerce Expo | Indiana, PA
The KEF participated in the Indiana Co. Chamber of Commerce Expo held at the Indiana Mall. Pictured below is KEF Director Bill Stewart discussing Marcellus issues with 2 of the hundreds of booth visitors during the day long event.
Above he is pictured with Ron Nocco, Field Representative for US Congressman Bill Shuster who stopped by to talk about natural gas exploration and production in PA.
Pennsylvania Legislature Breakfast in Harrisburg, PA
The Keystone Energy Forum, Associated Petroleum Industries of Pennsylvania (API/PA), and the Pennsylvania Independent Oil & Gas Association (PIOGA) hosted a breakfast and gave Marcellus Shale educational presentations for the newly elected members of the Pennsylvania Legislature.
Pictured speaking are Stephanie Wissman, Executive Director of API/PA (right), and Lou D'Amico, President and CEO of PIOGA (above)
2nd Annual Natural Gas Agricultural Forum at the Pennsylvania Farm Show
KEF, partnering with the Professional Dairy Managers (PDMP) and PennAG Industries, held its second annual Agricultural Forum during the PA Farm Show in Harrisburg. Panelists gave an overview of the Marcellus gas play and specific information on pipeline development to transport the gas to market. Pictured at podium is US Rep Glenn GT Thompson. To his left are KEF Director Bill Stewart and Pat Henderson,the Governor's Energy Executive.
Pictured at podium (right) is John Felmy, Chief Economist for the American Petroleum Institute (API). Other panelists were Rik Hull, PUC Counsel, Dave Callahan of MarkWest Energy, and Karl Brown of the PA State Conservation Commission.
KEF Supply Chain Forum, Erie, PA
Lou D'Amico, President of the Pennsylvania Oil & Gas Association and Stephanie Wissman, Executive Director of Associated Petroleum Industries of PA. This Forum was held in partnership with the PA Manufacturer & Business Association help businesses better connect their goods and services with the drilling industry.
Greene County Township Officials Fall Convention
The Keystone Energy Forum continued its program of outreach and education to local government officials and made a presentation to the Greene Co. Township Officials Fall Convention. Also on the program was local State Senator Tim Solobay (pictured).
Keystone Energy Forum's Outdoor Sports Marcellus Forum, Johnstown, PA
Keystone Energy Forum Director, Bill Stewart (standing), moderates an outdoor sports forum held in conjunction with PFSC's bi-annual convention. Also pictured are panelists (l-r) Brian Grove, Chesapeake Energy; Joe Leighton, API/PA; Justin Leventry, PA DCNR; and Bruce Snyder, Range Resources. Other panelists during the day included PA Game Commission; PA Fish and Boat Commission; and County Conservation Districts.
PA Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs (PFSC) Fall Convention, Johnstown
Mike Zagata, former New York State Commissioner of Environmental Conservation and past president of the Ruffed Grouse Society, speaking at the KEF PFSC Fall Convention. Mike was one of the founders of the Conservation Alliance of New York.
Clarion County Township Officials Fall Convention, Knox, PA
Keystone Energy Forum Director Bill Stewart made a Marcellus presentation to the Clarion County Township Officials Fall Convention at the Knox Fire Hall, Knox, PA.
Cambria Somerset County Chamber of Commerce Business and Energy Expo, Johnstown, PA
Keystone Energy Forum (KEF) Director, Bill Stewart, speaks with a visitor at the Cambria Somerset County Chamber of Commerce Business and Energy Expo.
National Wild Turkey Federation, Williamsport PA
The Keystone Energy Forum (KEF) continued its partnership with the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) sponsoring their second "Fueling Conservation" event. KEF has established a close working relationship with the NWTF and other outdoor sports groups.
Indiana PA Gas Expo, Indiana PA
Keystone Energy Forum (KEF) Director, Bill Stewart, talks about the Marcellus Shale with a visitor to the KEF booth at the Kovalchick Convention Center.
2012 PA Business and Education Symposium, Youngwood, PA
KEF partnered with Westmoreland Co. Community College, Chamber of Commerce, and ShaleNet to conduct a Marcellus Shale Business, Education, and Government Symposium.
Panel 1: Pictured are panelists (l to r) Former Congressman Phil English, State Rep. Eli Evankovich, Tom Logan, Hempfield Twp. Supervisor, Tyler Courtney, Westmoreland Co. Commissioner. Moderator at the podium is Chad Amond, President of the Westmoreland Co. Chamber.
Panel 2: An industry panel at the Symposium was (l to r) Rex Moore, PA College of Technology (formerly with Chesapeake), Nate Calvert of Chevron, Tara Howey of WPX Energy, and Stephanie Wissman, Executive Director of API/Pennsylvania
National Association of Counties, Pittsburgh PA
The Keystone Energy Forum made a presentation to the National Association of Counties (NACo) on the Pennsylvania Marcellus experience. Their annual meeting was held at the Pittsburgh, PA Convention Center.
Troy Gas Expo, Bradford County, PA
Visitors to the Troy Gas Expo discuss Marcellus drilling at our KEF booth. Nearly 2,000 people came through the Bradford Co. Troy fairgrounds, which featured 250 drillers and associated businesses and organizations.
Tri-County Gas Expo, Washington County, PAThe Keystone Energy Forum booth was very busy providing Marcellus informational materials and answering drilling questions at the Tri-County Expo. Over 2000 visitors came through the Expo held at the Fairgrounds.
Marty Durbin, Executive VP of the American Petroleum Institute, stopped by the KEF display booth at the Washington Co., PA Gas Expo and Vote4Energy rally.
Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors (PSATS) Annual Convention, Hershey, PA
The Keystone Energy Forum (KEF) was a sponsor of the PSATS Annual Convention. Pictured is Stephanie Paluda, Outreach Coordinator for the Pennsylvania Independent Oil & Gas Association (PIOGA). The Conference was attended by local government elected officials from all of PA's 67 Counties.
Butler County Gas Exposition, Butler, PA
Keystone Energy Forum (KEF) Director Bill Stewart (left) listens to concerns about hydrofracking from an environmentalist who stopped by the KEF booth at the Butler, PA Gas Expo.
PA Snowmobile Association Spring Meeting, State College, PA
Bill Stewart of the Keystone Energy Forum addresses an audience of 100 members of the Pennsylvania Snowmobile Association at their annual Spring meeting.
Marcellus Shale Ag Forum, Harrisburg, PA
Pennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture George Greig speaks at the Agricultural Forum hosted by the Keystone Energy Forum in partnership with the Professional Dairy Managers of PA and Penn AG Industries.(seated L to R) Art Cantrall of Caiman Energy, Dawn Hintz of the SRBC, Rick Mykitta of Shell Appalachia, Bill Stewart KEF Director.
Deputy Secretary of the PA Dept. of Environmental Protection, John Hines, addresses the audience at the Keystone Energy Forum's Agricultural Forum at the Farm Show. Panelists seated (L to R) are Dawn Hintz of the Susquehanna River Basin Commission, Scott Perry, Deputy Secretary of the DEP's Office of Oil and Gas Management, Rick Mykitta of Shell Appalachia, and Bill Stewart, Director of the KEF. The Forum was organized and sponsored by the Keystone Energy Forum, the Professional Dairy Mangers of Pennsylvania, and PennAg industries.
Johnstown Chamber of Commerce, Harrisburg, PA
Richard Ranger of API addresses the Johnstown Chamber of Commerce Marcellus Shale meeting. This event was the 8th in a series of Marcellus presentations to Chambers of Commerce statewide in a coordinated educational project of the PA State Chamber, API, PIOGA, and the Keystone Energy Forum.
State of Energy Forum, Harrisburg, PA
Governor Tom Corbett delivers opening remarks at the State of Energy Forum hosted by the Keystone Energy Forum.
Panelists (L to R) discuss PA energy: Jack Gerard, Pres./CEO, API Patrick Henderson, Energy Executive, Office of the Governor; George Ellis, Pres.t, PA Coal Assoc.; Thomas V. Chiomento, III, Director, Govt. Affairs, Exelon Generation, LLC; Phil English former US Congressman.
American Petroleum Institute Chief Economist, John Felmy PhD (left), and Pennsylvania Chamber of Commerce President, Gene Barr, participated in a panel discussion on the economy, energy, and Marcellus Shale at the Greater Johnstown Chamber's Economic Summit. This event was another in a series of Energy Forum educational outreach efforts to Chambers of Commerce statewide.
Butler County Marcellus Exposition
Keystone Energy Forum Director Bill Stewart discusses the Forum's activities with Lorie Jackson of XTO Energy at the Butler County Marcellus Exposition. Looking on is John Boyle, former aid to Congressman John Murtha.
Keith Hite (left), former Executive Director of the PA State Association of Township Supervisors, introduces former PA Congressman, Phil English,at the Greene County Association of Township Officials Annual Fall Conference.
Congressman Phil English conducts presentation about the Keystone Energy Forum at the Fall Conference.
7th Marcellus Tradeshow. As Marcellus activity grows, trade shows and shale gas educational expositions proliferate throughout the drilling areas. The Keystone Energy Forum participates in and co-sponsors many of these to help improve public knowledge of natural gas exploration and production in Pennsylvania.
The Keystone Energy Forum exhibited at the Western PA Natural Gas Expo sponsored by CBS Radio held at the Cranberry Township Learning Alliance Center, Pittsburgh, PA.
Scott Perry, Director of the PA Dept. of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Oil & Gas Management speaks at the Pennsylvania Outdoors Forum hosted by the Keystone Energy Forum and the Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs (PFSC). On either side of Scott are Tim Shaffer and Dave Spotts from the PA Fish and Boat Commission. The event opened lines of communication between the Marcellus Industry, regulators, and the outdoor sports community.
Ted Onufrac, President of the Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs, (light green shirt) looks on at the Marcellus Outdoor Forum co-hosted by the PFSC and the Keystone Energy Forum.
Bill Capouillez of the Pennsylvania Game Commission speaks at the Outdoors Forum. To his left are panelists Seth Cassell, PA DCNR Bureau of Forestry, and Bruce Snyder of Range Resources.
Keystone Energy Forum Director Bill Stewart makes a presentation at the PIOGA Marcellus Expo held at the Monroeville Convention Center.
Keystone Energy Forum Director Bill Stewart stands with Bob Eriksen, Director of Conservation Operations for the National Wild Turkey Federation at their Fueling Conservation dinner held in Williamsport, PA. The Keystone Energy Forum was a sponsor of the event attended by over 400 outdoor enthusiasts.
Jim Penna (right), District Director for US Rep Mark Critz, 12th District visits the Keystone Energy Forum booth at the Indiana County Gas Expo in July, 2011.
Keystone Energy Forum Director Bill Stewart prepares educational booth for the NorthCentral Oil & Gas Expo at the fairgrounds in Troy, PA.
Lt Governor Jim Cawley, Chairman of Governor Corbett's Marcellus Advisory Commission, was the featured speaker at our Housing Forum held in Harrisburg. Over 100 participated in panel discussions of housing shortages in the drilling areas.
Ed Troxell, President of the Pennsylvania Boroughs Association speaks at an event hosted by Keystonee Energy Forum in Harrisburg to discuss Marcellus housing issues. Seated are Dan Close (Troy Borough Manager), Erick Coolidge (Tioga Co. Commissioner) and Scott Tompkins (Talisman Energy).
The Keystone Energy Forum announced its education and outreach mission at a press conference in the rotunda of the State Capitol. Standing next to State Director Bill Stewart is Rocco Ali, Secretary of the Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs, Chad Harvey Executive Director PA Modular Building Systems Assn, and Nick DiFrancesco, President Pa Community Bankers Assn. -- all Energy Forum partners.