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Frac Sand Flap – Pittsburgh Logistics Co. Sues Texas Sand Co.

This article is provided FREE for Google searchers. In order to access all content on Marcellus Drilling News, please visit our Subscribe page. On Friday, Arrow Material Services (based in Sewickley, PA) filed a lawsuit against Superior Silica Sands, also known as Emerge Energy Services (based in Fort Worth, TX) in Allegheny County Court for

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WV Governor Inexplicably Vetoes Bill to Plug Abandoned Wells

This article is provided FREE for Google searchers. In order to access all content on Marcellus Drilling News, please visit our Subscribe page. What happened? Just a few weeks ago MDN told you that the West Virginia legislature had passed a bill with bipartisan support (and support from both the drilling industry and surface owners)

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PA Anti Group Seeks to Block New NatGas Elec Plants with New Law

This article is provided FREE for Google searchers. In order to access all content on Marcellus Drilling News, please visit our Subscribe page. The radical group Citizens for a Healthy Jessup is floating a plan to try and prevent any new Marcellus gas-fired electric plants from getting built in the Keystone State. Aided and abetted

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Boyett pushes beyond her comfort zone

April 1, 2019 Updated 4/1/2019 Email Print Linda Boyett Boyett The mold that Linda Boyett, global design manager at Americhem Inc., is breaking is growing out of her comfort zone and always stretching herself. “If I’m not, I’m not growing,” she said in her Women Breaking the Mold survey. “A career in R&D is a

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Capps helps Par 4, employees grow

April 1, 2019 Updated 4/1/2019 Email Print Crystal Capps started injection molder Par 4 Plastics Inc. of Marion, Ky., with her family in 1990 and helped bring it to the 200-employee business it is today. Her areas of expertise, as a seasoned veteran, include finance, sales, production control, materials and human resources. “We started from

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Bryce Custer, Ohio River Corridor, Comments on Marathon Decision

Bryce Custer, one of the leading commercial realtors in the Appalachian Basin, weighed in Marathon Petroleum’s decision to evaluate building a storage hub near Hopedale in Harrison County, Ohio. The possibility of an underground storage facility in Harrison County is great news for Ohio River Valley and the Appalachian Basin. Here’s the news about it.

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Bryce Custer, Ohio River Corridor, Encouraged by Beech Bottom Expansion

Bryce Custer, one of the leading commercial realtors in the Appalachian Basin, commented on the decision by Jupiter Aluminum to expand in Beech Bottom. Jupiter’s decision will give a boost to investments along the Ohio River. This move is more evidence that the appeal of the Ohio River Valley and the Appalachian Basin. Here’s the

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Don’t Be Fooled: Gas Cuts Emissions Nearly 13:1 Compared to Solar/Wind

K.J. RodgersCrownsville, Maryland   …. ….  K.J. Rodgers writes to Maryland Public Service Commission noting conversions of coal power plants to gas have reduced emissions 13 to 1 versus renewables.  The Charles P. Crane Generating Station, a 400 megawatt coal power plant located in Bowleys Quarters, Maryland, 14 miles east of Baltimore was closed in June

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Shale Gas News – March 30, 2019

Bill desRosiersExternal Affairs Coordinator, Cabot Oil & Gas … … The Shale Gas News, heard every Saturday at 10 AM on 94.3 FM, 1510 AM and Sundays on YesFM, talked about LNG, offshore drilling, the Shell ethane pipeline and much more last week. The Shale Gas News has grown again; welcome Gem 104 as our FOURTH station!

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Bankruptcy judge approves Dip loan for PG&E

Bankrupt California power provider PG&E Corp. won court approval last week for a $5.5 billion loan to help maintain electricity and natural gas delivery and for investments to reduce the risk of wildfires as it reorganizes. The financing will comprise a $3.5 billion revolving credit facility, a $1.5 billion term loan and a $500 million

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Citgo secures $1.2B in long-term financing

 U.S. refiner Citgo Petroleum said last week it received $1.2 billion in financing via a five-year Term Loan B, with participation from roughly 35 financial institutions. As part of the transaction, Citgo’s $320 million accounts receivable securitization facility and $900 million revolver, with maturities in May and July, 2019, respectively, were retired, Kallanish Energy reports. “The significant interest in

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Japanese refiners halt Iran oil imports as waiver draws near

Japanese refineries have stopped importing Iranian oil after buying 15.3 million barrels between January and March ahead of the expiration of a temporary waiver on U.S. sanctions, according to industry sources and data on Refinitiv Eikon, Reuters reported. The waiver, which allowed Japan to buy crude from Iran for an extra 180 days, expires in early May,

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US Judge Rules Against Trump Order Opening Parts Of Arctic, Atlantic To Drilling

Editor’s note: Check back for continuing coverage and updated commentary on this story. A federal judge in Alaska has overturned U.S. President Donald Trump’s attempt to open vast areas of the Arctic and Atlantic oceans to oil and gas leasing. The decision issued late Friday by U.S. District Court Judge Sharon Gleason, who was appointed by President Barack Obama,

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Some Clear Energy Common Sense on “Clean Energy”

Tom ShepstoneNatural Gas NOW … …  Mark Mathis produces yet another excellent video from the Clear Energy Alliance and dispenses with the “clean energy” myth at the heart of that huge scam. The “clean energy” scam is all about money. It’s really green rent seeking from ratepayers and taxpayers. It uses global warming as an

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