October 2020, Vol. 247, No. 10

Features

U.S. Northeast: Taking a Fresh Look at an Old Region

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor Just a week before Labor Day in the heart of the Marcellus Shale’s unconventional natural gas bonanza, Pennsylvania state officials were predicting another quarter of declining production, the first back-to-back quarterly declines and lowest year-over-year growth in three years.  The Mariner East II pipeline construction site in 2019, Chester County, Pa. This outcome pre-pandemic was unexpected, but when the numbers crunchers uncovered a 49.7% decline in gas prices between the start of 2019 and the end of this year’s second quarter, the falloff in output was inevitable. A few days earlier, the Nor

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