Shale industry's problem: An excess of success

Too much success is becoming a problem for Marcellus shale drillers. Shale formations such as the Marcellus are producing so much natural gas that the nation's gas supply will exceed its demand by 2014, according to research released on Tuesday by Bentek Energy LLC.



Firefighters get training in natural gas industry

The techniques needed to fight a natural gas fire or contain a hazardous material leak are much different than what firefighters face when they come upon a fully engulfed home.



Labor Market Information for Pennsylvania's Shale Related Economic Activity

PA Department of Labor & Industry provides current snapshots of labor market information through their monthly Fast Facts publications.



Cleared for landing: Job creation estimated for airport drilling project

Called "the billion-dollar deal," the recently inked contract between Consol Energy and the Allegheny County Airport Authority has big plans. But will the jobs created match up?



Games bring energy to county fairgrounds

From an obstacle course to a heavy equipment rodeo, the inaugural PA Energy Games gave those in the energy industry and the public an opportunity to enjoy a day of music, education and festivities at the county fairgrounds Saturday.



Webinar to focus on latest Marcellus Shale natural gas estimates

The volume of natural gas reserves in the Marcellus Shale formation will be the subject of a Web-based seminar offered by Penn State Extension.



Giant Eagle brings CNG to Cranberry GetGo

Giant Eagle's latest compressed natural gas filling station was unveiled Thursday at a GetGo location in Cranberry Township.



Supervisors give 5 gas wells green light

Pine Township remains host of a natural gas drilling company.



Study: U.S. Oil And Gas Revolution To Increase Income, Boost Trade

The economic and employment contributions from U.S. unconventional oil and gas production are now being felt throughout the U.S. economy, increasing household incomes, boosting trade and contributing to a new increase in U.S. competitiveness in the world economy, a new study by IHS finds.



As real data accumulates, shale decisions rely less on predictions

The American people, regular consumers, are the latest target of IHS Global Insights.