Pennsylvania’s gas rig count drops by 3 – Pittsburgh Business Times (blog)

Pennsylvania’s gas rig count drops by 3 – Pittsburgh Business Times (blog)

Pittsburgh Business Times (blog)Pennsylvania's gas rig count drops by 3Pittsburgh Business Times (blog)Pennsylvania saw three oil and natural gas rigs go offline last week as the energy industry continues to retrench amid low prices. There were 19 rigs working in Pennsylvania the week ended Friday, down from 22 reported the week before in the Baker …and more » View original post here: Pennsylvania’s gas rig count drops by 3 – Pittsburgh Business Times (blog) Share...
Coal-to-Gas Transition Alters Pennsylvania Water Consumption – Duke Today

Coal-to-Gas Transition Alters Pennsylvania Water Consumption – Duke Today

Coal-to-Gas Transition Alters Pennsylvania Water ConsumptionDuke TodayDURHAM, N.C. — Extraction of coal and natural gas and power generation from both fuels contributed to a yearly 2.6 to 8.4 percent increase in water consumption in Pennsylvania during the early stages of the coal-to-gas transition from 2009-12. However … Read more: Coal-to-Gas Transition Alters Pennsylvania Water Consumption – Duke Today Share...
Home heating assistance availability for Pennsylvania residents – WTAE Pittsburgh

Home heating assistance availability for Pennsylvania residents – WTAE Pittsburgh

WTAE PittsburghHome heating assistance availability for Pennsylvania residentsWTAE PittsburghThe program helped approximately 400,000 Pennsylvania households stay warm during last winter, including hundreds of thousands of homes with older Pennsylvanians, children, and individuals who live with a disability. Online applications can be …and more » See original here: Home heating assistance availability for Pennsylvania residents – WTAE Pittsburgh Share...

Pennsylvania power unscathed, but not for lack of hackers trying – Press of Atlantic City

Pennsylvania power unscathed, but not for lack of hackers tryingPress of Atlantic CityNO MAJOR BREACHES: Regulated power companies like PECO Energy, PPL Electric Utilities, West Penn Power and Duquesne Light are required to tell the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission if hackers cause a power outage or more than $50,000 in … Originally posted here: Pennsylvania power unscathed, but not for lack of hackers trying – Press of Atlantic City Share...
Pennsylvania power companies unscathed by hackers – York Dispatch

Pennsylvania power companies unscathed by hackers – York Dispatch

York DispatchPennsylvania power companies unscathed by hackersYork DispatchThe Brunner Island coal-burning power plant in York Haven was the third-largest source of a smog-causing pollutant in Pennsylvania in 2011, according to a Sierra Club report released this year. (John A. Pavoncello – jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com) (Photo …and more » Go here to read the rest: Pennsylvania power companies unscathed by hackers – York Dispatch Share...