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Efficiencies, pipelines help propel Pa. gas production in 2018

More pipelines coming online, coupled with high production, means the industry’s focus is shifting to how it can best use the region’s natural gas.

By Amy Sisk

Solar co-ops grow in western PA

By Amy Sisk

Trump lifts steel quota Toomey said could hurt Shell’s ethane cracker

The action will allow pipes made with Brazilian steel, held up in U.S. customs, to head for the western Pennsylvania construction site.

By Reid Frazier

Updated: August 29, 2018 | 9:28 pm

FirstEnergy to close Bruce Mansfield, state’s largest coal-fired power plant

The company says there is still time for a federal bailout to save its struggling coal plants
By Reid Frazier

In the Poconos, a fight simmers over ‘exceptional’ streams

Six creeks recently gained special protection from the state. But some local businesses and landowners say the rules go too far.

By Catalina Jaramillo

Trump’s plan for LNG exports to Europe may not have much impact in Pennsylvania

Marcellus Shale production is expected to continue, an industry analyst said, and “we’re rapidly approaching a point where you may need to build capacity out of the Marcellus all the way to the Gulf Coast, and that’s an expensive proposition.”

By Susan Phillips

Report: Attracting solar farms vital to bolstering renewable energy

Clean energy advocates and environmental officials say bringing solar farms to Pennsylvania needs to happen if the state wants to significantly boost how much energy it gets from the sun.

By Amy Sisk

Pennsylvania’s gas impact fees rise to $209 million this year

Money goes to local governments, but there is little oversight of how it's spent
By Marie Cusick


Solar installers in Pennsylvania weather tariff upheaval

Smaller-scale projects less affected by materials cost
By Amy Sisk
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