Tag Archives: Greg Matusky

April 14, 2014

by Greg Matusky

As our members and supporters know, shale development has yielded unprecedented benefits to our state and region. Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen higher and new forms of revenue for the state and our communities; strong environmental protections; new opportunities for landowners, families, and workers; and a manufacturing …

If there’s any doubt that natural gas development is transformative to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, you need not look past the restoration work underway on Dennis Farm in Brooklyn, Penn.

August 30, 2013

by Greg Matusky

This week, Andrew Maykuth of The Philadelphia Inquirer reported on a confidential study by CH-IV International that points to the possibility of converting PGW’s Port Richmond facility into a LNG conversion plant to export Marcellus Shale gas by sea. The $1.9 billion conversion is the crown jewel to any deal …

DVMA President Greg Matusky wrote a pointed post today about the most surprising aspect of last night’s debate. It had nothing to do with candidate gaffes or presumed animosities. Rather, it was both candidates’ surprisingly positive opinions of domestic energy development as each positioned themselves as more pro-drilling than the …

Recent news that the former Sunoco refinery in Marcus Hook will be reopened to process natural gas products from Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale represents the first ripples in a pond that will be felt more and more here in the Delaware Valley. The plant, which closed earlier this year, laying off …

Good news should be good news. But not in the world of Marcellus Shale development, where all too often science and fact are distorted by bias. This week brings news that Duke University researchers have released a study on isolated cases of saline contamination in select areas of Pennsylvania. Their …

A new chapter in the history of the Delaware Valley was written this past Tuesday when more than 100 local businesses and professionals attended the inaugural meeting of the Delaware Valley Marcellus Association (DVMA).
During the meeting, founding members from Gregory FCA, Duane Morris LLP, and KPMG LLP shared with the …

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 …