Walmart Foundation supporting sustainability study

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Walmart Foundation supporting sustainability study

March 19, 2019 Updated 3/19/2019 Email Print University of Georgia Jason Locklin, director of the New Materials Institute at the University of Georgia. A substantial grant will help the University of Georgia examine multilayer plastic biodegradation in an attempt to lessen packaging waste in the environment. The Walmart Foundation is giving $800,000 to the Materials

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Ply Gem windows add dark colors, weather protection

March 19, 2019 Updated 3/20/2019 Email Print Ply Gem Building Products Ply Gem is adding more decorative options in its windows and doors, including dark colors and weather protection. Las Vegas — Trendy window profiles in black or bronze and grand patio doors that protect against hurricanes were in the product spotlight for Ply Gem

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EIA Report Shows More Growth Ahead For Permian, Appalachia

The Permian Basin is again set to lead oil production growth in the U.S., with Appalachia in the gas production driver’s seat in April, according to the latest drilling productivity report released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The report, released March 18, estimates changes in production from existing oil and gas wells in seven

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Fact Sheet: Natural Gas Is A Boon to the U.S. Economy…and Environment

The United States leads the world in carbon emissions reductions – a fact that has been widely attributed to the increased use of natural gas made possible by shale production. As EID’s latest fact sheet highlights, these incredible emissions reductions have occurred at the same time that U.S. oil and natural gas production has skyrocketed

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Report: E&P CEOs Salaries Rose 5% Last Year

Overall, a recent Alvarez & Marsal report found CEOs saw a 5% increase in average total compensation in 2018 with CFOs receiving a 12% boost. (Source: Hart Energy/Shutterstock.com) Average total compensation for CEOs and CFOs in E&P companies increased last year vs. 2017 primarily due to the value of long-term incentives, according to a report by Alvarez

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Man Killed in Accident at Hilcorp Well Pad in Lawrence County, PA

This article is provided FREE for Google searchers. In order to access all content on Marcellus Drilling News, please visit our Subscribe page. An Indiana County, PA man was working at a Hilcorp drill pad in North Beaver Township (Lawrence County), PA, helping to load “large sections of steel pipeline and drilling equipment” onto a

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Williams & Canada Pension Plan Form $3.8B JV in Marcellus/Utica

This article is provided FREE for Google searchers. In order to access all content on Marcellus Drilling News, please visit our Subscribe page. The Canadians are coming! The Canadians are coming! Actually, they’re already here. Last summer we brought you the bombshell news that Encino Acquisition Partners (EAP) had purchased all of Chesapeake Energy’s Ohio

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Revisiting PA Bill to Allow Shale Drilling Across Multiple Units

This article is provided FREE for Google searchers. In order to access all content on Marcellus Drilling News, please visit our Subscribe page. Two days ago MDN brought you news about a new bill in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, HB 247, which would allow fully leased parcels that are part of one drilling “unit”

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Ohio O&G Industry Puts Out Call for More Workers

This article is provided FREE for Google searchers. In order to access all content on Marcellus Drilling News, please visit our Subscribe page. The “great crew change” is taking place in the oil and gas industry in general, and in the Marcellus/Utica in particular. Older workers are nearing retirement and exiting the industry in increasing

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FERC Compressor Stn Hearing Near Wilkes-Barre Turns Up 1 Anti

This article is provided FREE for Google searchers. In order to access all content on Marcellus Drilling News, please visit our Subscribe page. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is conducting a series of four public meetings (called scoping sessions) for both the Williams Leidy South Project (see Williams Planning 2 New, 2 Upgraded Compressor

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GW Plastics expands in Ireland

March 19, 2019 Updated 3/19/2019 Email Print Chris SweeneyRubber & Plastics News Chris Sweeney From left: Anthony Fleszar, sales manager for North America, and Brenan Riehl, CEO and president of GW Plastics, at the firm’s MD&M West booth in Anaheim, Calif. Anaheim, Calif. —​ GW Plastics Inc. has continually reinvested in its operations during the

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Elkem shows off LSR Select to industry

March 19, 2019 Updated 3/19/2019 Email Print Chris SweeneyRubber & Plastics News Chris Sweeney From left: Chris York, North American president for Elkem Silicones; Todd Lawrence, scientist/technical service representative; Julie Harber, business development manager for REI and LSR Select; and Mehdi Abbadi, global business unit director for eXtensio Elastomers, at Elkem’s demonstration booth for LSR

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Mariner East Developer Helps Take Trout to the Classroom

Connie MellinNatural Gas NOW“PAShaleAdvocate”   Mariner East developer supports communities they work in with an $18,000 donation to the Pennsylvania Trout in the Classroom program. Energy Transfer’s Mariner East system of pipelines is designed to transport natural gas liquids (NGLs) from the Marcellus and Utica Shale regions to be processed and distributed. The Marcus Hook

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Brazil’s Lula Presalt Oil Field Nears Oil Production Milestone

RIO DE JANEIRO—The Lula Field, the first presalt oil field to enter operations offshore Brazil, could hit 1 million barrels of oil equivalent per day (MMboe/d) less than one decade after it began producing oil in 2010. The field is producing about 900,000 boe/d as operator Petrobras moves deeper into the field’s last phase of

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A Tale of Three Countries, CO2 Emissions and the Cure

  Energy Builders, the folks who deliver heat to our thermostats, tell the story of CO2 emissions, three countries and one making all the difference. Most people believe that our climate is changing, and that greenhouse gasses such as carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted from burning fossil fuels are contributing to the change. Within hours, greenhouse

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