May 2010 Vol. 237 No. 5

Features

Welcome To Pittsburgh, Natural Gas Hub of The Northeast

Murry S. Gerber has a vision for the natural gas industry and this country, one that includes the pipeline sector. In fact, if Gerber’s vision became reality, we would have the pipeline project to end all pipeline projects. Gerber is executive chairman of EQT Corporation, a 120-year-old Pittsburgh-based company that traces its history back to the drilling of the first natural gas well by George Westinghouse in 1888. Gerber’s first mission was to reorganize EQT from a regional natural gas utility into three segments: exploration & production with 14,000 gross production wells with 2009 gas volumes of 161,000 BBtus; midstream with more than 11,000 miles of gat

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