Prices are high, but technical barriers remain for increasing Pennsylvania natural gas production.
By Anthony Hennen
But Pennsylvania can do more to impede Putin’s ability to wage war and continue his quest for increased dominance in Eastern Europe.
By Rep. Kerry Benninghoff
A Texas-based company will be building a mammoth natural gas plant in Luzerne County. Unheralded by the media, it’s time to celebrate a monumental investment for workers in Northeast Pa.
By Carl Marrara
Partisan politics are disrupting growth in the energy sector–and Pennsylvanians are suffering for it.
By Stephanie Catarino Wissman
A 2010 moratorium on fracking in the Delaware River Basin was made permanent in February, resulting in a lawsuit filed by local counties and Republican lawmakers. The suit has split locals who want energy jobs and those who worry about potential environmental concerns.
By Ezra Solway
As Pennsylvania and other parts of New England brace for a brutal winter, the region’s lack of natural gas infrastructure may prove to be a substantial problem for millions of residents.
By Todd Shepherd
For some, increased energy costs would be a nuisance, but for many in Pennsylvania, the financial burden would be unbearable.
By Tirzah Duren