Archive | February, 2012

A Traffic Jam or A Parking Lot?

Posted on 29 February 2012

The future of energy is one of the most talked about subjects. Whether you are learning about energy usage in school, working in politics, or a member of the community worried about rising energy costs.

Energy Education tweeted, “You don’t have to believe in climate change to solve it,” says Lovins. “Everything we do to raise energy efficiency will make money, improve security and health, and stabilize climate.” “will make money, improve security & health & stabilize climate” – Amory Lovins.

Some people are still not convinced that global warming exists, which you don’t necessarily need to believe in global warmer to conserve energy.

Drilling Impact fee in Pennsylvania

Posted on 09 February 2012

Pushed by Pennsylvania’s Republican Governor, Tom Corbett, the first-ever drilling fee on Pennsylvania’s natural gas drilling industry will be instated. The bill passed by congress with much debate, but in a move to support the oil and gas industry, the Pennsylvania state Senate and House voted in favor of Marcellus Shale legislation.

Environmental groups, local officials, public health experts and tens of thousands of residents have questioned the motives of the oil and gas industry – worried about the side effects, the environment, and the economy. Pennsylvania Fracking has regular updates on the fracking industry as a whole and what it means for the state of Pennsylvania.

Washington – API Workshops Begin this Week

Posted on 02 February 2012

In Pennsylvania alone, Pennsylvania Fracking could support 156,000 jobs and generate $12.8 billion in economic activity.