Tag: Pennsylvania

Water Authority Switches to Valve Automation

Warrington Township in Pennsylvania is home to 25,000 residents and over 375 businesses. The Township’s water comes from seven wells and five interconnections from another water supply district.

Shell to build petrochemical unit in Pennsylvania

After a multi-year review, Shell Chemical Appalachia LLC recently announced that it has taken the final investment decision to build an ethylene cracker and polyethylene (PE) derivatives unit along the Ohio River approximately 30 miles northwest of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Seneca to convert Marcellus drilling rigs to LNG

Seneca Resources Corporation has announced plans to complete the conversion of two of its Pennsylvania drilling rigs to cleaner-burning natural gas in an effort to displace the diesel fuel currently being used to power equipment at the well site.

Sunoco to open Marcellus Shale refinery

Sunoco has announced a pipeline project to deliver propane and ethane from the liquid-rich Marcellus Shale areas in Western Pennsylvania to Sunoco’s facility in Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania.

Curtiss-Wright awarded energy management grant

Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Company's Cheswick, PA-based EMD business unit has been awarded a USD$25,000 grant from the United States Department of Energy (DOE) sponsored Pennsylvania Technical Assistance Program.

Exelon looks to uprate Peach Bottom plant

   Exelon Nuclear will be asking the federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission to permit its Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station in Pennsylvania to increase its power production level.

Oil well celebrates 150th birthday

McClintock Well No. 1 was drilled in August, 1961 and is the world’s oldest continually producing well.

Project bringing ethane to Sarnia, Canada

Project Mariner West is a pipeline project to deliver Marcellus Shale ethane from MarkWest Liberty’s Houston, Pennsylvania processing and fractionation complex to Sarnia, Ontario, Canada.

Valve maintenance on PA nuclear plant

Unit 1 at PPL's Susquehanna nuclear plant in Luzerne County, Pa., returned to safe and reliable electricity generation Thursday March 10 after maintenance work on a valve was completed.