July 25, 2016

Former USFWS Deputy Chief Argues Against Regulatory Overreach

During the federal approval process of natural gas infrastructure projects, a range of agencies have the opportunity to provide input and make recommendations regarding their planning. This should be a constructive process that leads to the outcome of a safer, more comprehensive plan for pipeline projects. However, in recent years regulators have seized upon the […]

July 18, 2016

Rover Pipeline Can Ease Regional Gas Surplus

In recent months, our region’s energy industry has found itself with a surplus of natural gas. The Exponent Telegram covered this issue in an article titled “Oil and gas companies in north central West Virginia are optimistic despite industry decline,” highlighting the state’s ongoing issue of production exceeding demand in local markets. The piece features […]

July 18, 2016

Anti-Pipeliners Favor Foreign Imports Over Domestic Energy

A new article published by Bloomberg Business paints a startling new picture of an anti-American energy campaign being waged under the guise of environmental stewardship. According to the article, activists in New England favor the region prolonging its dependence on foreign energy imports rather than investing in infrastructure necessary to link up with domestically produced […]

July 11, 2016

Rover Pipeline Will Benefit Ohio Manufacturers and Ohio Residents

Bryan Times — The majority of people might not give much thought to the origin of the many everyday items in their homes and businesses. Further, they probably aren’t aware of the connection between the plastic Tupperware in their kitchens and the fertilizer used in their gardens. Members of the Ohio Manufacturers Association, however, are […]

June 1, 2016

Studies Detail Benefits of Natural Gas Access

Michigan Chemistry Council — There has been much written about the importance of natural gas to the members of the Michigan Chemistry Council. Natural gas heats and powers homes, generates electricity, and is even used to create fertilizer, plastics, pharmaceuticals, dyes, and detergents, among a litany of everyday products consumers rely on. There are two recent […]

May 26, 2016

Pipelines Are the Way To Go — Economically and Environmentally

Washington Examiner — Thanks to America’s ongoing energy revolution, oil isn’t the only source of energy that’s selling at bottom-of-the-barrel prices. Natural gas is too – and it’s saving consumers some big bucks. A recent study by IHS Economic, commissioned by the National Association of Manufacturers, says that record-sized increases in U.S. shale gas production and its accompanying […]

May 17, 2016

Plenty of Natural Gas, But No Way to Move It

There’s no shortage of natural gas being produced in Appalachia, but without the necessary infrastructure, the benefits of this valuable domestic resource can’t be enjoyed. As noted by a recent article in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, drillers operating in the Marcellus and Utica shale regions have long awaited the development of new pipelines necessary to accommodate […]