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.
The state legislature continues to move closer to enacting a bill that would regulate natural gas drilling in Pennsylvania.
Scientists are exploring a new concern about gas extraction in Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale beds: Earthquakes.
Governor Tom Corbett told Talk Radio 1210 WPHT that he will draw up his own legislation to impose impact fees on natural gas drillers.
Imposing impact fees is among the dozens of recommendations approved Friday by Governor Corbett’s Marcellus Shale Commission on a wide range issues related to natural gas drilling.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie has unveiled a draft of a new energy master plan for the Garden State which looks, in some ways, like the one it is designed to replace.
The group says natural gas extraction poses two potential threats: the soup of toxic chemicals and the huge amount of water pumped down wells so natural gas comes up.
A natural gas industry group has created what it calls a “roadmap” to putting Pennsylvania’s huge Marcellus Shale natural gas reserves to use in transportation.
Governor Corbett says he’s willing to discuss ways to compensate local Pennsylvania communities affected by natural gas drilling, but he remains opposed to any state-level tax on gas extraction.