WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump will nominate a prominent coal lobbyist and former Senate aide, Andrew Wheeler, to serve as the Environmental Protection...
The PUC's determination that the Mariner East project is a public utility has withstood legal challenges, allowing private property to be taken for the Marcellus Shale gas-liquids conduit.
The International Energy Agency says Marcellus drillers will produce more gas with fewer, more efficient rigs, and that much of the new production will be exported.
The owners of the three-wheeled vehicle for sightseeing said they did not have the resources to appeal the state's denial of a license.
Citing safety concerns, state regulators denied the request by TukTuk Lancaster to operate an auto rickshaw for tourists.
The dust-up is the latest controversy over Sunoco's $2.5 billion Mariner East 2 gas-liquids pipeline.
The company says it is moving quickly to provide clean water to families whose private water wells were impaired by its Mariner East pipeline construction.
West Whiteland asked Sunoco to pay to connect residents to municipal water after its pipeline construction contaminated water wells.
The 56-year-old Centre County resident, one of two Republicans on the five-member PUC, has focused on public safety efforts.
The company suspended installing its contentious Marcellus Shale pipeline last week after some Chester County residents complained their private water wells were affected.
It suspended drilling its $3 billion Mariner East 2 pipeline near Exton after about a dozen residents complained that their private well water was affected.
An analyst says fortunes have improved unexpectedly for Philadelphia Energy Solutions, while labor leaders say they may strike unless PES restores cuts it imposed last year.
Replacement of aging underground gas mains is accelerating. Are utility customers being gouged by contractors and municipalities cashing in on the construction boom?
The Brazilian company, with U.S. headquarters in Philadelphia, opted to expand in Texas rather than Marcus Hook.
Whistle-blowers sought the ouster of Liz Robinson, the founder of the Energy Coordinating Agency. Board members argue she gave her all to the nonprofit she founded.