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  • House, Senate Take Up Dueling Marcellus Shale Bills.

     
    With just weeks to go in their fall voting session, the state House and Senate were expected to spend Tuesday debating and voting on dueling bills intended to help counties and municipalities deal with the local impact of natural gas......
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: State Grant To Second Mile On Hold.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The Corbett administration approved a $3 million grant this summer to The Second Mile, the charity founded by accused child molester Jerry Sandusky, despite knowing about the investigation into the former Penn State...
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: House Continues Shale Fee Debate Today.

     
    The state House convenes at 9 a.m. today to continue debate on the 5,765 (not really, but it seems that way) amendments that have been filed to a bill imposing a local impact fee on Marcellus shale natural gas drillers. And as debate on the fee drags into...
  • Corbett: Norquist And I Have "A Difference Of Opinion" Over Impact Fee.

     
    It Ain't Exactly Martin Luther ... ... nailing his list of grievances to the cathedral door, but Gov. Tom Corbett put some daylight between himself and GOP tax enforcer Grover Norquist this afternoon, telling a packed house at the Pennsylvania......
  • New drilling could bring highway money, GOP leaders say

     
    Congressional Republican leaders are drafting legislation that would steer money from new offshore energy production into highway construction....
  • ISRAEL: Neighbors watchful as Israel demarcates maritime borders with Cyprus

     
    Huge gas fields discovered recently under the Mediterranean seabed have raised high hopes in Israel, a small, high-consumption country seeking alternative energy resources and a greater degree of independence from imports. In a different geopolitical...
  • NTSB issues 'urgent' recommendations in wake of San Bruno explosion

     
    Federal safety officials probing the San Bruno natural gas blast issued several "urgent" recommendations on Monday aimed at improving gas pipeline safety. The September blast in the San Francisco suburb killed eight people and destroyed dozens of homes....
  • ‘Addicted to Energy’ : A venture capitalist's plans for efficiency

     
    A venture capitalist gives tips for efficiency...
  • PAKISTAN: Short on natural gas, locals are shivering and angry

     
    Pakistan always seems to be short of something. Not long ago, a dearth of flour and sugar sent prices for those staples sky high. Farm fields parched by the country's severe water-supply shortage were submerged and silted over in last......
  • Swearing-In Day Notebook.

     
    UPDATED AT 2:15 P.M.: Republican Tom Corbett became Pennsylvania’s 46th governor on Tuesday, vowing to rein in state spending, enact government reforms and to “do the right things, for the right reasons, even in the most challenging on times....
  • Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell: 'Our state is on sound footing'

     
    Republican Gov. Sean Parnell proposes to suspend the state's eight-cent per gallon fuel tax....