January 21, 2016

Pipeline Would Fuel Michigan’s Chemical Industry

Michigan Chemistry Council — One could say that the chemical manufacturing industry makes the world go round. More than 96 percent of all manufactured goods are directly touched by the business of chemistry. Every new home built in the U.S. contains over $15,000 of chemistry products, while every light car produced in the U.S. contains over $3,500 of chemistry products. For […]

January 6, 2016

FERC dragging it’s feet on Marcellus Pipelines

Exponent Telegram — For a state that is reeling from the loss of more than 11,000 coal mining jobs, plus thousands more in support industries, the promise of more than 18,000 jobs tied to the construction of six interstate gas pipelines is the last hope for prosperity for a generation of Mountain State residents. Yet once again it […]

January 4, 2016

Letter: Supports Rover Pipeline

Wooster Daily Record — I write to you today to express my support for the Rover Pipeline project, and to voice disappointment following the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s recent announcement to extend the review process for Rover. The natural gas pipeline stands to benefit not only the state of Ohio, but this region as a […]

December 30, 2015

Pa.’s Promising Energy Future

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review — When it comes to energy, 2015 has been a good year for Pennsylvania — and the future outlook is just as promising. Marcellus shale has led Pennsylvania to become the second-largest natural-gas-producing state in the nation, behind only Texas, driving the Keystone State toward recognition as an energy hub.

December 29, 2015

A New Job Pipeline for Steelworkers

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette — Made in America by union workers” has long been the rallying cry of the United Steelworkers and thousands of other union tradesmen and women. Many responsible companies have adopted this philosophy in helping to create family-sustaining jobs. It is with great pride that we thank Sunoco Logistics for making a commitment to […]

November 24, 2015

Pipelines May Cut Costs to Farms

Napoleon Northwest Signal — A new report issued by two economists at Hillsdale College indicates new natural gas pipelines could help save family farms in the Midwest. The report, ”Natural Gas Infrastructure and its impact on Michigan and Ohio Agriculture,” was commissioned by the Ohio State Grange, which describes itself as an advocate agency for family […]

November 19, 2015

Study: Proposed Natural Gas Pipelines to Benefit Michigan Farmers

Detroit Business – Two new proposed natural gas pipelines will benefit agricultural producers in Michigan and other states in the Midwest with stable energy prices, says a study released today by the Ohio State Grange, an agricultural advocacy group.

November 19, 2015

Ohio State Grange Report Supports New Gas Pipelines

Canton Repository – Building interstate natural gas pipelines will help farmers in Ohio and Michigan spend less on energy, fertilizer and pesticides, according to a report commissioned by a farm advocacy group.

November 14, 2015

Our states can’t afford to delay pipeline projects

Canton Repository – While we are currently enjoying the last days of the fall season here in the Midwest, we should not forget that winter looms ahead. Record cold spells this past winter drove up demand for natural gas and electricity across the United States. In the last decade, demand for natural gas has skyrocketed. […]

November 11, 2015

Hendrix: Coming together to build our energy future

Detroit News – It’s rare in today’s politics that there are issues that can bridge the divide between Republicans, and Democrats, labor unions and business groups, rural farms and urban industry. But support of energy infrastructure projects has brought all of these different voices together. This diverse partnership has come together to support the responsible expansion […]