Content related to ‘Natural Gas’

Cover Story: New Energy Powers Growth


An energy revolution is sweeping across the U.S., creating thousands of jobs and making it likely we’ll achieve the long-sought goal of energy independence by 2020 or sooner.

BUSINESS REPORT: Fracking Boom Spurs Growth Of Supply Chain In Upstate NY

Marcellus Shale Formation (Credit:

Alita USA Holdings has chosen Buffalo as the site of its new $102-million steel pipe plant, which will supply natural gas drilling operations in the multi-state Marcellus shale formation.

U.S. Natural Gas: In The Midst of A Change That Will Alter Flows, Prices


The report focuses on supply and demand fundamentals and highlights regional market changes afoot for more than a dozen natural gas production basins.

BUSINESS REPORT: Maryland — SSA’s New Data Hub Moves Forward In Urbana

The new SSA Data Center, situated atop a pastoral landscape, will blend seamlessly into the surrounding site.

The National Support Center Project includes a new $192-million data center, which will replaces a 34-year-old facility, as well as office and warehouse space.

Clean Energy Investments In Pennsylvania Will Create Jobs, Leverage $109 Million

PMF's 120,000 square foot facility in North Central Pennsylvania.

The CFA approved 13 projects, through the state’s Alternative and Clean Energy Program including five Compressed Natural Gas and Liquefied Natural Gas fueling stations which have the benefits of reducing emissions, fuel savings and utilizing the large domestic source of natural gas available in Pennsylvania.

10-Year Plan Upgrades Natural Gas Infrastructure, Creates Jobs For Illinois


Under the Natural Gas Modernization, Public Safety & Jobs Act (SB 1665/HB 2414), Ameren Illinois will invest $330 million and create 250 jobs to accelerate its ongoing efforts to strengthen and update its natural gas business in central and southern Illinois.

Study Finds New Natural Gas Development Could Create More Than 45,000 Jobs And $9 Billion In Economic Development In Illinois


Study is first comprehensive look at Illinois jobs that could be created using hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling technologies