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December 15 hearing on Shell cracker permits
PIOGA members are urged to show their support for Shell's petrochemical facility in Potter Township, Beaver County. There is significant vocal opposition to the project, imuch of it from out of the area, along with a great deal of misinformation. It's important that we turn out and help to communicate the many ways the facility will benefit the region's economy.

Please join us on December 15 as the Department of Environmental Protection holds a public meeting from 6 p.m. until 7 p.m. followed by a public hearing from 7 until 9 at Central Valley High School in Monaca regarding both the department's intent to issue a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit amendment as well as its intent to authorize a modification to the existing Air Plan Approval for the Shell Chemical Appalachia Petrochemicals Complex.

Those who want to testify in person should contact DEP's Nora Alwine at 412-442-4137. Each individual will have up to 3 minutes to present testimony. More information about these pending authorizations, as well as other documents relating to the Shell facility can be found here.
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Also of interest:
PIOGA Cigar Dinner. We hope you'll join us after work on Thursday, January 19, for fine dining, fine cigars and fine conversation at Mallorca Restaurant in Pittsburgh. Watch your inbox for complete details and registration.

Ted Cranmer. In case you missed Saturday's email, it is with great sadness that we share the news of the death of PIOGA board member Ted Cranmer of Mount Chestnut Oil and Gas Development and TBC Consulting. Visitation will take place Tuesday in Butler, with services on Wednesday. Details of both, along with Ted's obituary, can be found here.

IPAA reaches out to Trump transition team. The presidential transition is underway in Washington, and the Independent Petroleum Association of American has provided the Trump team with a full briefing on the issues that can promote and strengthen America's independent oil and natural gas producers. The information includes a short two-page overview of the major issues the IPAA has identified as well as the full, in-depth details of those issues. The association reports that over the next few weeks, staff will continue to be in contact with various parts of the transition team and will submit additional materials as needed. They also will be meeting with policy makers on Capitol Hill and in the executive branch to discuss the implementation of policy options.

 

Chapter 78a Commonwealth Court injunction implementation advisory

The Marcellus Shale Coalition has developed an advisory for its members to clarify the injunction issued by the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania on November 8 regarding the Chapter 78a regulations being challenged by the MSC and has authorized PIOGA to provide the advisory to our members. The status of the injunction can change if DEP appeals the injunction, and the MSC will update this advisory if any changes occur.

Please consult with your own counsel if you have specific questions about your company's operations relating to the injunction.
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Read the November PIOGA Press here.
The December issue will be available Monday, December 12.

Upcoming Events


YPE/PIOGA Crew Change, December 7, Washington, 5-7 p.m.

PIOGAtech Air Quality Compliance Training, December 8, The Chadwick, Wexford. Register by 5 p.m. on Monday, December 5.

Natural Gas Power Generation - Reliability, Value, and Market Coordination, December 15, Penn State Extension webinar

PIOGA Cigar Dinner, January 19, Mallorca Restaurant, Pittsburgh. Details available soon

PIOGA 2017 Winter Meeting, February 1, Rivers Casino, Pittsburgh

 


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