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Marcellus Shale Well

Happy Birthday, Marcellus Shale!

March 3, 2015 // 0 Comments

*This article originally appeared in the Pennsylvania Oil & Gas Magazine* This month marked the 10-year anniversary of the first well ever drilled into the Marcellus Shale. Today, with over 8,000 Marcellus wells developed in Pennsylvania, the state now produces over 16 billion cubic feet of [...]
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Philly Set to Become State’s Next Energy Hub

March 3, 2015 // 0 Comments

*This article originally appeared in the Pennsylvania Gas & Oil Magazine* Since the first successful Marcellus Shale well was developed by Range Resources in Washington County, we’ve seen townships and cities across Pennsylvania change. This change is fueled by the cheap, abundant energy [...]
Deer Lakes Park

Environmental Activist: Deer Lake Park Lease is a Win-Win-Win-Win

April 10, 2014 // 0 Comments

I recently attended an informational meeting regarding a proposed lease to develop shale resources beneath Deer Lake Park in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. You can read my full write up from the meeting here, which was published by Energy In Depth.  The meeting brought out community members from [...]
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Emma Watson Falls Victim to Big Green Radicals.

March 24, 2014 // 0 Comments

This past week while doing some work related research, I stumbled across this article, titled, Emma Watson: Noah left me exhausted, delirious and ill.  The article covers a situation that occurred on set of her new movie, Noah. Noah’s director, Darren Aronofsky considers himself to be so [...]
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Clean natural gas benefits U.S.’s air, environment and economy

February 25, 2014 // 0 Comments

*Note: This blog post was originally posted here* Prior to 2005 natural gas production here in the United States remained relatively flat. However, after 2005 we saw a surge in domestic natural gas production fueled by technological advancements in hydraulic fracturing. This glut of clean natural [...]