Elk Lake School District superintendent Ken Cuomo (top, left) and district energy manager Kim Guiton are thrilled with the efficiency of their new natural gas-powered boilers for heating the entire campus in Dimock Township. Montrose School District facilities director Chris Tripp (above, left) and superintendent Chris McComb reported triple digitContinue Reading

Relieved to finally have the public natural gas project for Tunkhannock underway are (above, from left) PA Department of Community & Economic Development executive secretary Scott Dunkleberger, Wyoming County commissioner Tom Henry, Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce president Gina Suydam, and UGI director of business development Don Brominski. Photos andContinue Reading

Photo by Rick Hiduk (Also published in the Rocket-Courier) A large crowd gathered at the Wyoming County Emergency Operations Center on Tuesday for a presentation by the partner organizations and entities that worked together to bring Tunkhannock’s first natural gas line to fruition. Excavators will start digging the trench fromContinue Reading

By Rick Hiduk (Also published in the Rocket-Courier) After years of planning and meetings with corporate officials and municipal leaders, The Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that ground will be broken on Tuesday, Oct. 16 for the installation of a natural gas line to bring serviceContinue Reading

Natural gas supporter and Republican candidate for Pennsylvania governor Scott Wagner (above, second from right) was a special guest on Energy Night at PNC Field on June 21, where he joined natural gas partners like (from left) Bill desRosiers of Cabot Oil & Gas, Jay Cleveland of Cleveland Brothers andContinue Reading

Bill desRosiers (above, left) of Cabot Oil & Gas facilitated Think About Energy, a panel discussion about the future of the production of natural gas and other energy sources in Pennsylvania, at Stonehedge Country Club on June 21. Panel members included (continuing from left) Thomas Pyle, Gene Barr, and DavidContinue Reading

Submitted Article A public hearing for the Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline Project will be held on Monday, June 12, at the Tunkhannock Middle School Auditorium from 6 to 9 pm. Rep. Jonathan Fritz (Susquehanna/Wayne) is encouraging interested residents to attend the hearing. The proposed pipeline would run through northeast and central Pennsylvania andContinue Reading

Xpress Natural Gas will receive $200,000 from the Alternative Fuel Incentive Grant (AFIG) program to purchase 10 compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles, Rep. Jonathan Fritz (Susquehanna/Wayne) announced today. Xpress Natural Gas will use the CNG vehicles to collect stranded gas from gathering systems in Susquehanna County, and then compress andContinue Reading

Pennsylvania State Representative Tina Pickett was pleased with the news that Shell Chemical Appalachia will build a petrochemical refinery and complex in western Pennsylvania, thereby increasing demand for Pennsylvania-produced natural gas. “As part of the plastic manufacturing process, this type of plant will need huge amounts of natural gas toContinue Reading