The response to the formation of the Delaware Valley Marcellus Association (DVMA) has been outstanding! Since news of the Association broke nine days ago, we have received 45 applications for membership and 53 RSVPs to our inaugural meeting.
We’ve been contacted by other associations around the Commonwealth who are excited to …

May 29, 2012

by Frank Luchak

Some say there are too many industry organizations that have been formed in the wake of the Marcellus Shale play and ask “why do we need one more?” However, the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity presented by Marcellus Shale affects not only the energy industry, but all businesses in the Commonwealth. The Delaware …

May 12, 2012

by Greg Matusky

Welcome to a new chapter in responsible Marcellus Shale development in our Commonwealth. The Delaware Valley Marcellus Association (DVMA) has been formed to communicate the value of this vast, domestic, cleaner energy source to Delaware Valley businesses, professionals, investors, and suppliers.
Marcellus Shale development is transforming the economy of Pennsylvania, creating enormous opportunities. …

It’s difficult to underestimate the damage done to American energy policy from the 2010 documentary, Gasland. In the Oscar nominated film, director Josh Fox makes a number of allegations against the industry that have since been roundly disproven. His iconic shot of a Colorado homeowner lighting tap water on fire …

Two articles recently caught my eye about natural gas development that cast an interesting perspective on natural gas development. The first comes from an article, “Natural Gas Too Little, Too Late for Upstate?,” written by Neil Vitale. Vitale is an organic dairy farmer in the southern tier of New York, where …