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Manufacturing Tour Makes a Stop in Pittsburgh

The State of Manufacturing Tour 2017 made a stop in Pittsburgh on February 28, 2017. The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), in partnership with ... read more >

Supreme Court Puts Clean Power Plan On Hold

On Tuesday, February 9, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 to put on hold or stay the implementation of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power ... read more >

PA Introduces New Bills To Protect Landowners

In January, State Senator Gene Yaw (R) has reintroduced Senate Bill 147 and Senate Bill 148, which were then both approved unanimously by the PA Senate ... read more >

Colorado Passes New Regulations on Fracking Emissions

While Colorado is now receiving recognition as the first state to approve regulations that restrict that amount of emissions at oil and natural gas drilling ... read more >

Now That We Have the Natural Gas, What Do We Do With It?

For the past few years we have all heard plenty about Marcellus Shale and more recently about Utica Shale. As drilling continues to occur in Pennsylvania, ... read more >

Join Us at the Eastern Oil & Gas Conference

The Schneider Downs Energy Group will once again serve as an exhibitor at this year’s PIOGA Eastern Oil & Gas Conference and Trade Show, which ... read more >

Marcellus Midstream Showcases Job Growth in Pittsburgh Region

The Marcellus Midstream Conference and Exhibition was held in Pittsburgh March 19-21 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. There were more than 1,000 ... read more >

Marcellus Shale Creating Additional Benefits for the Area

The big news in the greater Pittsburgh area this week is the announcement that Shell has selected a location in Beaver County to build a cracker plant. ... read more >

Energy Matters - A Free Newsletter from Schneider Downs

Energy was a top story in our region during 2011, and there is no doubt it will continue to make headlines in 2012. Essential topics such as the Marcellus ... read more >