Returning champions, Team Cleveland Brothers, represented by (top, from right) Jim Shawley, Phil Moser, and Aaron Moser are congratulated by Tammy Bonnice of Williams for their Grand Champion win and People’s Choice award. Hague Equipment employees (above, from left) Steve Brown, Linda Gaskill, and Dave Gaskill accept their team prizeContinue Reading

Coterra drilling engineer Frank Estes (above, left) and government affairs director Bill desRosiers (right) gave Energy Education Summit participants a tour of an active drilling site in Susquehanna County. Lisa Schwartz (top) from the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board practices backing up a big rig in a simulator at the SusquehannaContinue Reading

Celebrating the unveiling of a natural gas wellhead at the Lackawanna College Towanda Center and the announcement of the start of Petroleum & Natural Gas classes there in January are (from left) Janenne Goliash from Sen. Gene Yaw’s office, Towanda Center director Kelly White, Chesapeake Energy employees Toby Connor, RicContinue Reading

Employees of Chesapeake Oil & Gas (top) show Oilfield Experience students large apparatus at the Lackawanna College Tunkhannock Center that are common on Marcellus shale gas pads. Above, Coterra’s Ben Whitaker and Bill desRosier explain the workings of a completed gas pad in Susquehanna County to participants in NTIEC’s Energy &Continue Reading

IU18 instructors and administrators visited an active Coterra Energy drilling pad and a production site during their educator/industry event coordinated by the Lackawanna College School of Petroleum & Natural Gas and Coterra Energy. Participants included (front, left) Sue Kuhl; (middle, from left) Alexandra Tompkins, Katie Lykon, Colette Check, Nicole Gaetano,Continue Reading

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