Energy production in the United States and abroad is changing rapidly. It wasn’t long ago that coal-fired plants accounted for more than 50 percent of the electricity in the United States. By 2017, plant retirements had reduced that share to just a little over 90 percent. Predictions are that coal will fall to 15 percent or less of electrical generation by 2040. READ MORE >
Bryce Custer, one of the leading commercial realtors in the Appalachian Basin, weighed in Marathon Petroleum’s decision to evaluate building a storage hub near Hopedale in Harrison County, Ohio. READ MORE >
There’s a myth circulating throughout the Marcellus, Utica and Ohio River Valley that there is a shortage of suitable properties for development. The prolonging of this myth is danger to the entire Appalachian Basin.
Royal Dutch Shell is building a $6 billion cracker plant in Monaca, Pennsylvania. PTTGC America and Daelim are about to make their Final Investment Decision (FID) for its $7 billion cracker plant in Belmont County, Ohio. READ MORE >