The natural gas industry and our state are stronger today than they were yesterday. IOGAWV and WVONGA members have overwhelmingly voted to merge into one organization, approving the name: Gas and Oil Association of WV, Inc. (GO-WV).
IOGA recently met with representatives from the WV Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and the WV Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) to discuss the recent changes to AST Zone Mapping and Extended Effective dates. Information from that meeting can be found on this link.
News from Shale Crescent USA on US energy being the key to revitalizing manufacturing and a new program from IPAA's launch of the ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) Center.
Recognizing twenty-one volunteer fire departments for their service As part of EQT Corporation's continuing efforts to financially support communities in its core operational footprint, today the Company announced $210,000 in donations to local first responders. The donations were made to 21 volunteer fire departments identified as a primary first responder in the Company's current operations [...]
Equitrans Gathering Will Change Equitrans L.P. (Equitrans) is determined to do something with its gathering lines. Equitrans sold some gathering lines in the southern part of its system, but according to a recent study still holds a gathering system that extends through Monongalia, Marion, Taylor, Harrison, Wetzel, Tyler, Ritchie and Doddridge counties of West Virginia, [...]
Those who suffer from Substance Use Disorder do not have to suffer the road to recovery alone. To see Charlie Burd's remarks, click here.
The status of the proposed Appalachian Storage and Trade Hub, as well as the oil and gas industry in general, was a primary topic Wednesday at the 2019 winter meeting of the Independent Oil & Gas Association of West Virginia. IOGAWV President Brett Loflin said the two-day conference likely set a record in terms of [...]
Energy Speaks and West Virginia Roundtable presented the first Energy Infrastructure Summit, a free event at Embassy Suites in Charleston, designed to share information and ideas about West Virginia's growing oil and natural gas industry. Presenters and panelists discussed the Appalachian Storage Hub Update, working together to grow the industry, the economic impact of the [...]
The U.S. Department of Energy named a new director of the agency’s National Energy Technology Laboratory. The new director, Brian Anderson, comes from West Virginia University’s Energy Institute. Read more...