Much discussion about shale gas and the job market has been in the news, but finding current and helpful information on long-term careers and financial and growth opportunities in the field may not be as easy to find.
This month's Drilling Productivity Report estimates some unprecedented production figures in the US natural gas regions.
Tools industry uses for monitoring pipeline integrity
The Energy Information Administration (EIA) recently released a report based on natural gas production in the northeast and the effects on the region's gas inflow.
Penn State Extension's traditional expertise extends into unique national and international shale energy arenas that benefit all.
The flaring off of gas from wells has been a part of oil and gas production and processing throughout the world. Learn more about this process
The Energy Information Administration released a report looking at the lower 2012 carbon dioxide emissions and what attributed to it.
A breakdown in the various renewable energy sources and where they stand in electricity generation.
A look at the use of natural gas in transportation for rail and marine transportation
The Conference held in Pittsburgh highlighted shale considerations faced by Extension across the nation.
Current research on actual methane emissions on natural gas sites
PA Department of Labor & Industry provides current snapshots of labor market information through their monthly Fast Facts publications.
Come Join us! The 2013 Natural Gas Utilization Conference looks at global and regional impacts and trends of natural gas use as our nation continues with natural gas development. What does it mean for you?
A look at how natural gas is priced and how market changes affects pricing. Part 2 of a 2-part series
A look at the benefits, challenges and options of natural gas for transportation. Part 1 of a 2-part series
Governmental preliminary research indicates no groundwater contamination from one well’s analysis.
Since 2008, Mexico has been importing more natural gas and decreasing gas production. The US has been a close country to import from, and not in LNG form.
EPA supports State of Wyoming in further water quality studies in Pavillion while it will continue with its national research program on hydraulic fracturing
The US Energy Information Administration (EIA) has released an updated assessment of shale formations found throughout the world, looking at more shale formations and countries than previously reported in the 2011 report.
The American Chemistry Council reviewed current chemical industry projects, ethane production from shale development and the economic impacts.