When you think about Marcellus Shale natural gas development in Pennsylvania, Shady Maple Farm Market and Smorgasbord is probably not what comes to mind.
Month: May 2015
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposed severance tax could stop the statewide growth of the natural gas industry dead in its tracks, local business and government officials said on Friday during an energy roundtable discussion.
A state House subcommittee taking testimony Thursday on Pennsylvania’s business climate got an earful about what works and what not to do.
Emphasizing the natural gas industry’s positive impact on Pennsylvania’s economy, a coalition of business leaders conveyed a formal letter to Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration Wednesday urging serious consideration of a potential gas tax hike’s consequences.
Sometimes, amid the back and forth of discussions over energy policy, it’s helpful to talk about the real-world impacts of various policy choices.
Industry leaders from Northeast Pennsylvania had a request for state lawmakers Thursday: don’t pass a natural gas severance tax proposed by Gov. Tom Wolf.
This week, the American Chemistry Council (ACC) released a new report touting the shale-powered resurgence of American manufacturing.
On behalf of a diverse group of interests representing a broad array of businesses, industries and consumers throughout Pennsylvania, we are writing to express our unified opposition to the imposition
of an additional tax on the state’s natural gas industry.
In a letter to Pennsylvania legislators and Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration, a consortium of business owners, community leaders and association executives on Thursday implored the government to reconsider before hiking natural gas industry taxes.
Letter urges lawmakers to consider impact of proposed severance tax on jobs and the economy