Keeping the Shale Gas Flowing in Philadelphia

The major benefits of Marcellus Shale to Philadelphia suggest the City of Brotherly Love is already getting much love from its shale region brothers and should be allied with them against a severance tax, which is anything but brotherly.



Gas production up, profits down at Consol, Range Resources

More gas, less profit and lean spending plans are framing the first quarter of the year for Marcellus gas producers, showcasing the impact of Appalachia's ongoing shale gas glut.



API: Pension Funds' Oil, Gas Returns Dwarf Other Assets

For every $1 that public pension funds allocated to oil and gas assets in 2005, investors saw a return of 130 percent in 2013, about double their returns on other investments, according to a new study from the American Petroleum Institute and Sonecon LLC.



Higher Energy Taxes Will Sting Consumers

Even higher energy taxes will have a chilling effect on our region's economy, including for Pennsylvania consumers and those on fixed-incomes who continue to realize huge shale-related benefits in the form of more affordable and stable energy costs.



Energy expert to address Erie Rotary

One of the nation's leading energy economists says there's nothing unusual about imposing a severance tax on companies that remove oil or natural gas from the earth.



The economics of expanding natural gas service

Patch of Cambria County hopes to be the first to receive Peoples gas under new tariff



Beaver County partnership connects the dots between businesses and students

The 2015 Beaver County Energy and Advanced Manufacturing Day is one of the fruits of work between the Beaver County Chamber of Commerce and the Beaver Valley Intermediate Unit to "connect the dots" between students and businesses.



US to launch blitz of gas exports, eyes global energy dominance

The US Energy Department prepares a wave of LNG gas permits in the latest move to redraw the world's oil and gas landscape



Pennsylvania Severance Tax Illusions

Severance tax illusions seem to be the order of the day in Pennsylvania today among many politicians, but there are some who, thankfully, grasp the realities.



Seton Hill student tells how Pa. Gov. Wolf's tax plan will hurt her

Penny Fjellanger wasn't thinking about taxes when she enrolled at Seton Hill University last fall.