Pennsylvania’s top energy official says the natural gas industry in the state has changed in recent years, but remains strong.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s decision to prosecute a driller for a 2010 mishap that resulted in a 50,000 gallon waste water spill is simultaneously being with met with praise and disdain.
The proposed pipeline would travel south of Millville for 22 miles to Upper Township in Cape May County.
South Philadelphia Residents Eagerly Await ‘Green Light’ To Reenter Homes Along Street Where Explosion Destroyed 3 Houses
Some residents along 4th and Daly Streets are searching for answers to questions like when will they be able to get back into their homes? Several neighbors have been home since an explosion destroyed three homes in their South Philadelphia neighborhood.
Starting Saturday, PECO Energy customers are paying more for natural gas.
Nicholas DeBenedictis, CEO of Bryn Mawr-based Aqua America (at lectern in photo), says he is committed to transitioning several of the water company’s dump trucks and vans to compressed natural gas (CNG).
One of the key issues in the Presidential campaign is US energy policy, but the natural gas industry, at least, thinks it’s sitting pretty.
Outside the Pennsylvania Convention Center, several hundred people gathered for a rally demanding an end to “fracking.”
Many New Jersey residents will be spending less to stay warm this winter.
Philadelphia Gas Works is increasing the rate it charges its customers for the next three months, because of natural gas market conditions.
Three companies are proposing to build a billion-dollar natural gas pipeline through Pennsylvania and other states to ship natural gas from the Marcellus Shale formation to mid-Atlantic markets.
By Jim Donovan: The Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW) today announced that it will decrease what residential customers pay for natural gas. The average residential heating customer will pay about 6.6 percent less per month for […]
The mayor’s announcement follows the release of a study that found selling PGW makes sense for the city. Unionized workers vow a fight.
The price of natural gas is falling and that is good news for those in the Delaware Valley who use it to heat their homes.
The 24-page PUC report concludes that PGW failed to follow many of its own safety procedures on site, including taking too long to shut off gas and electricity in the area where gas was leaking.