This week’s Inside Shale highlights Dominion Energy’s plan to reduce their GHG emissions by 50%! Check out the pod… https://t.co/WS6nrkuX0x
- Dominion Energy to Reduce Methane Emissions from Natural Gas Infrastructure by 50 percent Over the Next Decade
- Natural Gas Industry Calls for Changes to Deep Well Spacing Laws
- Pipeline Construction Drives Gas Industry Employment Growth in WV
- Anne Blankenship: Oil and gas do good things for WV
- WVONGA to Host “Embracing Energy” Women’s Conference Dec. 13th in Charleston
- Dominion Energy West Virginia Warehouse First in State to Achieve Environmental Milestone
- Natural gas and industry innovation continues to help drive U.S. GHG emissions reductions
- Strength in numbers: Diversifying America’s petrochemical industry bolsters security
- Anne Blankenship: Higher natural gas severance is a tax on WV's future (Gazette Opinion)
- Energy companies commit to reducing environmental impact of pipeline construction
- Poll finds favorable view of oil and gas industry
- ExxonMobil and Employees Contribute More Than $287,000 To West Virginia Colleges and Universities
- MarkWest Sherwood Plant helps growth and development in Doddridge County
- Fracking study shows no water well contamination
- Study Finds No Evidence of Groundwater Contamination Attributable to Natural Gas Development
- Howard Swint: Midstream key to West Virginia's economic growth (Daily Mail)
- Letter: Natural gas growth wonderful news for West Virginia (Daily Mail)
- Propublica-funded Article On W. Virginia Shale Development Is More Scare Tactic Than Objective Journalism
Nearly 360,000 West Virginians depend on food stamps to make ends meet — that’s 19.5 percent of the state’s population. For these households, paying for food and necessities like clothing and shelter is already a daily struggle, let alone paying an electricity bill that could have been much lower with the right set of policies.
That’s because keeping the lights on, and their homes warm, takes a bigger bite out of the budget for this these households than it does for the average family.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the bottom fifth of households spent 22 percent of their take-home pay on residential utility bills and gasoline in April 2016. That’s significantly higher than the 6 percent experts say is “affordable.”
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A federal judge on Friday granted approval for the Mountain Valley Pipeline to move ahead with eminent domain on properties along the project’s path in northern West Virginia counties.
The decision stands to give the pipeline developers access to disputed property even before fair value is assessed.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — An annual report issued by Antero Resources projects that oil and gas production will increase by 20 percent in 2018.
“So we’ll drill, in West Virginia, 120 wells, but in 2012 terms, that’s 250 wells because we’ve developed twice as many minerals by extending the lateral length out twice as much,” Chief Administrative Officer and Treasurer Al Schopp said Wednesday on MetroNews “Talkline.”
Additionally, Schopp said that Antero Resources will pay close to $70 million in taxes this year to the state.
FAIRMONT, W.Va. — Pierpont Community & Technical College is one of four institutions receiving funds from Chevron Appalachia as part of the company’s ongoing commitment to area workforce development.
Since 2014, Chevron has invested more than $2.1 million in ShaleNET programs the region’s community and technical schools, including Pierpont, as well as Westmoreland County Community College and Pennsylvania College of Technology in Pennsylvania, and Stark State Community College in Ohio.
The latest investment, totaling $630,000 in ShaleNET education programs, comes as the energy industry matures and ShaleNET’s curriculum adapts to reflect the region’s need for a highly-skilled workforce. Today’s program model focuses on transferrable skills that enable successful careers across the growing energy and advanced manufacturing industries.