Shale Economics Bullish If ‘Dark Side’ Addressed, Wyoming Report Says

Continued shale gas development can be a win for consumers and the economy if industry and policymakers more aggressively address the negative externalities of the production boom, according to a University of Wyoming (UW) economic research paper to be published later this year.

February 20, 2015


In the story, “Report Recommends States Encourage Use of Long-Term Gas Contracts,” which appears in Tuesday’s Daily GPI, Donald L. Mason, chairman of the Gas Committee of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, should have been identified as a commissioner with the Ohio Public Utilities Commission.

October 26, 2005

Poll Finds Montana Voters Concerned about Rates, New Plants

The poll, taken Dec. 14-17, was conducted by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research Inc. of Washington, DC, with 625 registered voters polled. The margin of error is plus or minus 4%.

January 7, 2002


Columbia Propane named Donald F. Schalk president and CEO ofColumbia Petroleum Corp. He reports to A. Mason Brent, ColumbiaPropane president and CEO. Columbia Petroleum is a wholly ownedsubsidiary of Columbia Propane, an affiliate of Columbia EnergyGroup. Richland, PA-based Columbia Petroleum acquired the assets ofCarlos R. Leffler, Inc. and certain affiliates on May 11 andcurrently serves 36,000 customers in Pennsylvania, Delaware, NewJersey, Maryland, and Virginia. Schalk’s most recent position waspresident, retail services for Agway, Inc. in Syracuse, NY.

July 29, 1999