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  • Corbett Impact Fee Proposal Calls For 75/25 Split With Local Governments.

     
    Three Quarters Of The Revenue ... ... in a Marcellus shale impact fee would be channeled to local governments, under a fee proposal that Gov. Tom Corbett rolled out in Pittsburgh this morning. "This natural resource will fuel our generating......
  • Monday Morning Coffee: Corbett ExpectedTo Announce Shale Fee Plan Today.

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett travels to Pittsburgh this morning for an 11 a.m. at the Carpenters Training Center on Ridge Road where he's widely expected to finally announce his plan for an impact fee on Marcellus shale natural gas drillers. Corbett will appear at...
  • Supreme Court rejects builders' challenge to pollution rule

     
    The U.S. Supreme Court today refused to review a case in which builders in the San Joaquin Valley sought to overthrow restrictions on greenhouse gas emissions associated with sprawl. The heavily agricultural San Joaquin Valley, along with the Los...
  • Federal biofuel mandate flawed, report finds

     
    A National Research Council report Tuesday said a federal requirement to add some 16 billion gallons of cellulose-based ethanol to the nation's fuel supply by 2022 won't be met unless innovative technologies are developed or policies changed. The report...
  • Marcellus Shale Coalition Staffs Up.

     
    The Influential Gas Industry ... ... pressure group has added some bodies -- and just in time for this fall's wrangling over an impact fee for drillers. The new players are: Amber Benzon, Director, Government Affairs. She'll be based in......
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Shale Reaction Pours In.

     
    Reaction poured in fast and furious yesterday in the wake of Gov. Tom Corbett's announcement of an impact fee on natural gas drillers. As you might expect, reaction to the proposed fee depended largely upon which side the fence one finds themselves on the...
  • Australia moves closer to law establishing carbon tax

     
    The Australian parliament on Tuesday passed a package of 18 bills that would establish a carbon tax and lead to carbon trading....
  • L.A. Metro gets $25 million in grants for natural gas buses

     
    California transit agencies including the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority were among the top beneficiaries of a new round of federal grants totaling $928.5 million, officials announced Monday....
  • Despite Kadafi's end, Libya will need time to boost oil exports

     
    The demise of former Libyan strongman Moammar Kadafi is a welcome development for a fledgling government still trying to get on its collective feet. But it may be several months, if not years before the country returns to its former prowess as one of...
  • U.S. has a long way to go to reduce reliance on fossil fuels

     
    At 407 pages, the Energy Department's just released Annual Energy Review contains more than you'll ever want to know about power consumption and production in America. On the other hand, you'll never be at a loss for words, or facts, on the subject....
  • Former Keystone pipeline lobbyist hired by Obama campaign

     
    President Obama's re-election campaign has hired a former top lobbyist for the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline as a senior adviser....