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Officials with Consol Energy Inc. and Allegheny County, PA, said natural gas production has begun from six wells targeting the Marcellus Shale at Pittsburgh International Airport.
Consol Energy Inc. has begun completion operations on six wells at its flagship project at the Pittsburgh International Airport, where it has contracted with Halliburton Co. to use state-of-the-art emissions technology to power hydraulic fracturing (fracking) pumps.
California-based Clean Energy Fuels Corp. has been tapped by the Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) to develop an alternative fuel complex near the northeast corner of the O’Hare International Airport property. Clean Energy will partner on the project with travel plaza developer PMG Airport Developers.
Consol Energy Inc. has cleared its last major hurdle for plans to drill up to 45 Marcellus Shale wells on six pads in a first-of-its-kind project in Pennsylvania at the Pittsburgh International Airport.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has signed off on an environmental assessment submitted last November by Consol Energy Inc. that detailed the company's plans to develop 8,800 acres at the Pittsburgh International Airport, moving the project one step closer to reality.
Range Resources Corp. and EQT Corp. were given the go-ahead to drill under 135 acres of land on Thursday after the Washington County, PA Commissioners unanimously approved a permit for the land which sits beneath the Washington County Airport.
The Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC) should announce a new CEO by the middle of the month, according to the industry group’s chairman.
Consol Energy Inc. and Pennsylvania’s Allegheny County Airport Authority (ACAA) have unveiled a drilling proposal for Pittsburgh International Airport property that would allow 47 wells to be drilled into airport property overlying the Marcellus Shale, with the potential to explore Upper Devonian targets.
As the start of a 15-year effort to replace 70% of current generation sources, including all out-of-state coal-fired power, theLos Angeles Department of Water and Poweris preparing to repower and upgrade Scattergood Generating Station near Los Angeles International Airport. The utility said the plant is part of a multi-billion-dollar modernization program to install more renewable and natural gas-fired generation, and to eliminate the use of sea water cooling in coastal plants like Scattergood.