Archive for 'Delaware County (PA)'

Report by Philly Antis Proves Mariner East 2 Pipeline is Safe

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Latest Bizarre PR Attack on Mariner East 2 Pipeline

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Mariner East 2 Pipeline Constructions Begins Across PA

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Middletown PA Decides to Blow $45K (not $100K) on Mariner 2 Study

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Mariner East 2 Tells PA Town: You’re Flushing $100K Down Toilet

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PA Town’s Angst Over Mariner East 2 Pipeline Near School, Park

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Business & Labor Unions Join Forces to Promote Pipelines in PA

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Happy Ending? ULS Awarded $24.3M from PVR for Unpaid Invoices

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PA Dems: No Leg to Stand on Criticizing $75M Forest Drilling Plan

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PA’s Ranking Dem on House Enviro Committee Big-Time Anti-Driller

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Marcellus to the Rescue: Marcus Hook Refinery to Reopen

The Marcus Hook Refinery in the Philadelphia, PA area was closed down in April. Owned by Sunoco, it is one of three refineries in the greater Philly area. A few weeks ago MDN told you about a study that Marcus Hook and Delaware County spent $100,000 on detailing potential uses and markets for the refinery […]

Will Marcellus Shale Save Philly Marcus Hook Refinery?

Last year the Philadelphia region was hard-hit when both Sunoco and ConocoPhillips announced they would shut down a combined three refineries in the area. Since then, ConocoPhillips sold its refinery for $180 million to Delta Air Lines which will convert and use the plant for jet-fuel production. Sunoco is in talks to sell its one […]

Philly Frack Sand Company Expands, Buys WI Company

Preferred Sands, a privately-held company headquartered in the Philadelphia suburb of Radnor, PA, has just bought out another sand company—Winn Bay Sand, located in Blair, Wisconsin—for $200 million. Preferred Sands is a frack sand and proppant company launched in 2007. It’s the largest frack sand producer in Canada, and one of the top three in […]

 

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