Newspapers on Jobs See Shale Impact Differently

In an article Tuesday, the Post looked to the future with a report, “European industry flocks to U.S. to take advantage of cheaper gas,” while the Times complained Monday that the “Jobs Boom Built on Cheap Energy Has Yet to Appear.”

April 4, 2013

EPA Delays Pavillion Report Again, Seeks More Public Comment

For the fourth time, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has extended the public comment period for its investigation into groundwater contamination near Pavillion, WY, this time until Sept. 30.

January 14, 2013

Industry Briefs

GasKey, a marketer to more than 20,000 residential and smallcommercial customers in Georgia, won the dubious award of being themost complained-about gas supplier in the state last month, theGeorgia Public Service Commission said in a new online report cardpublished earlier this week. GasKey, which recently sold its customersto Georgia Natural Gas Services (GNGS), compiled 45.14 complaints per10,000 customers last month. Second on the list is the now bankruptPeachtree Natural Gas, which received 26.43 complaints per 10,000customers. Shell Energy Services bought Peachtree’s 170,000 customerslast month. The two largest suppliers in the market, GNGS and Scanareceived relatively few complaints, ranking No. 11 and No. 13respectively out of a total of 17 utilities. For more information onthe ranking see the PSC’s web site.

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