April 14, 2015
- By Phil Kabler Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin is taking a cautious approach to the newly formed legislative Joint Select Committee on Tax Reform, calling on panel to be mindful of the state's "fiscally responsible policies" as it pursues any possible tax cuts. "As Senate president and as governor, Gov. Tomblin has worked hard to cut taxes for hardworking West Virginia families and the businesses that ...
- More than 200 people employed at three Murray American Energy Inc. mines in West Virginia have been laid off, the company announced April 14.
April 13, 2015
- GLEN DALE - West Virginia regulators will cite Williams Energy for "conditions not allowable in state waters" after the company's pipeline rupture allowed 132 barrels of Marcellus Shale condensate to spill into Little Grave Creek last week.
- WHEELING - Williams Energy plans to service 7 million homes from New York City to Georgia with about 1.7 billion cubic feet of Marcellus Shale natural gas daily via its $2.1 billion Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project.
- The Marcellus Shale area in West Virginia and Pennsylvania has been ranked first in the U.S. Energy Information Administration's top 100 U.S. gas fields list for 2013.
April 12, 2015
- CADIZ - Even faced with lower oil and natural gas prices, Marcellus and Utica shale processors continue building billions of dollars worth of infrastructure throughout the Upper Ohio Valley.
April 11, 2015
- By Andrew Brown Staff writer WINFIELD - As gas companies continue to develop the Marcellus Shale in Northern West Virginia, recent gas exploration in Putnam County and Eastern Kentucky have people speculating about the possibility of a future gas boom in the southwest part of the state. Last year, Cabot Oil and Gas drilled a vertical test well into the Rogersville Shale, a relatively unexplored ...
April 10, 2015
- GLEN DALE - West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection officials today are working to determine how much Marcellus Shale condensate leaked into Little Grave Creek due to a Williams Energy natural gas pipeline rupture at about 8 p.m.
April 9, 2015
- Fitch Ratings has assigned an 'AA+' rating to $137.335 million state of West Virginia general obligation state road refunding bonds, series 2015 A.
- Trans Energy, Inc. today announced the signing of an agreement to sell Marcellus assets in Wetzel County, West Virginia, for approximately $71.3 million in net proceeds, subject to adjustments to be determined ...