Natural Gas Lease Forms and AddendumPresented for informational and educational purposes only.Consult with an attorney familiar with gas law before signing any lease.OVERVIEWUnderstanding what is in…Continue
Oil and gas industry groups oppose the measure. By Stacy Moniot MORGANTOWN -- The Morgantown City Council plans to vote Tuesday night whether to support a state…Continue
*** THE ARTICLES POSTED ON THIS SITE DO NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT THE VIEWS OF THE AUTHORS OF THIS SITE***In times when oil prices are on the brink of huge increases and radiation leaks from Japanese…Continue
The Marcellus shale natural-gas rush hasn't brought oil and gas companies rushing to Erie.Nor has it sent Erie residents prospecting for riches in Hop Bottom, Wyalusing or other Marcellus boom…Continue
The abundant supply of North American natural gas has resulted in increased attention to one part of the development process, hydraulic fracturing. Hydraulic fracturing is an advanced technology that has brought energy production into areas that are less familiar with this work, including the heavily…Continue
AMERICA needs a new political discourse on energy. This would recognize the emerging reality that the United States has turned around as an energy producer and is on a major upswing. And the impact will be measured not…
A subsidiary of Chesapeake Energy Corp., the country's second-largest natural gas producer, has agreed to let more than 4,400 New York landowners renegotiate old gas leases for more favorable financial and environmental terms, state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Thursday.
Chesapeake Appalachia also agreed to pay $250,000 to cover the state's investigation costs under the agreement.
Chesapeake had tried to extend the…Continue
By DONALD GILLILAND, The Patriot-News
With natural gas prices slightly more than half of what they were a year ago and drilling rigs moving out of the state to more lucrative plays, the Marcellus Shale Coalition is touting job growth for Pennsylvanians.
At a rally on the Capitol steps Monday, the industry group attempted to counter two of the most persistent criticisms leveled at its jobs claims: that the jobs are temporary, nonunion work and too often go to out-of-state…Continue