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02.21.18

What do the Olympics have to do with Veterans or Energy production?

The Olympics as founded were basically tests of military skills. Messengers ran foot races, Spearman threw the Javelin and wrestling mimicked hand to hand combat. Even in today's Olympics, sports like the various shooting competitions, Judo and the other "combative" sports and the Biathlon (cross country skiing and rifle marksmanship combined) are skills useful to the military.

 

02.21.18

Scores rally for state's thriving natural gas industry at State Capitol, Carmichael: 'This state is powering the nation'

Hundreds of people from across the state traveled to the steps of the state Capitol Wednesday for a rally in support of the oil and gas industry and its impact on employment and the overall economy.

 

02.20.18

PRO: North American energy trade boosts our economic and energy security

The job-creating, economy-boosting resurgence in U.S. natural gas and oil production shows no signs of slowing down.

 

02.20.18

North American energy trade boosts our economic and energy security

Canada is both our No. 1 source of crude oil imports and the No. 1 market for our crude exports. Mexico is our largest outlet for natural gas exports and the No. 1 export market for U.S. finished motor gasoline...

 

02.16.18

Interior Announces Date for Largest Oil and Gas Lease Sale in U.S. History

Deputy Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt announced that the Department will offer 77.3 million acres offshore Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida for oil and gas exploration and development.

 

02.16.18

EIA: US gas reserves increase at yearend 2016, crude remains flat

The US Energy Information Administration said average first-of-the-month prices used to calculate US reserves dropped in 2016 compared with 2015. Natural gas and crude oil decreased by a respective 6% and 15% during the period.

 

02.14.18

Natural gas driller gives inside look at seismic testing

A vibroseis truck is one piece of equipment Monroeville driller Huntley & Huntley Inc. is using to conduct seismic testing in Western Pennsylvania.

 

02.08.18

Budget deal envisions largest oil stockpile sale in history

In an effort to partially pay for new spending, the budget agreement would sell 100 million barrels of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) in the next decade.

 

02.07.18

NJ governor backs regional fracking ban

The commission has held four public hearings in Pennsylvania on the matter, with two more scheduled.

 

02.06.18

Pennsylvania governor renews call for lawmakers to pass severance tax

Officials from both the Pennsylvania Independent Oil & Gas Association (PIOGA) and Associated Petroleum Industries of Pennsylvania (API-PA) immediately responded that the existing impact fee which producers pay serves the same purpose.