Participants in a round table discussion and tour of the Lackawanna College School of Petroleum and Natural Gas on April 12 included (top, from left) Tunkhannock Center director Brad Reid, Bill desRosiers of Coterra Energy, Lackawanna College vice president for college advancement Brian Costanzo, Sen. Pat Toomey, School of PetroleumContinue Reading

Edited from Submitted Materials Pennsylvania House Republicans on Tuesday announced their legislative plans to divest from Russian financial assets and invest in freedom by empowering Pennsylvania’s energy producers to meet new oil and gas demands. House Majority Leader Kerry Benninghoff (Centre/Mifflin) noted the importance of divesting from Russian financial assets. “SinceContinue Reading

Editor’s note: State Sen. Gene Yaw of Pennsylvania’s 23rd District and U.S. Congressman Fred Keller, representing Pennsylvania’s 12th District, have been warning us for years that reversing or halting the progress of natural gas production and exportation would undermine national security. This past week, they have doubled down on theirContinue Reading

The team representing Scott & Longacre Trucking (top) took first place on Course #1, and team member Kyle Falkenberg (second, from left) was the top male shooter on the course during the Sept. 23 Sporting Clay Tournament hosted by the Lackawanna College School of Petroleum & Natural Gas. Williams compression technicianContinue Reading

RLE employees (above, from left) Gary Morcom, Joe Gentile, and Justin Birtch take a short break during a move of a rig last week from the Housel pad in Lenox Township to the Warriner pad near Montrose. While many businesses in northeastern Pennsylvania have benefited from natural gas production, severalContinue Reading