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Boomtown: The State of U.S. Energy Production in 4 Charts

Sam Becker Energy is the backbone of the American economy, and of the whole world, really. Without reliable, cost-effective sources of energy, all the economic systems in the world would eventually grind to a halt. For many years, the biggest point of contention in the United States, particularly when it comes to foreign policy, is

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UMH Properties Inc. buys 4 manufactured home communities in region

 Tim Schooley New Jersey-based real estate investment Trust UMH Properties, Inc. (NYSE: UMH) announced it has bought four manufactured home communities in the Pittsburgh area. The company paid $12.2 million for the four communities in the region that include 336 developed homes on 239 acres but didn’t provide details on the specific properties it bought.

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Wet gas means more profits for Ohio, says state

By Kathiann M. Kowalski Controversy continues over the rapid growth of high volume oil and gas operations made possible by horizontal hydraulic fracturing, or fracking. But at its “State of the Play” event at Stark State College, officials with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) had only enthusiasm for the state’s growing shale gas

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More LNG export pipelines in the pipeline

By Michael Sanserino As the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission decides whether to approve Dominion Resources’ plan to convert a liquefied natural gas import facility in Lusby, Md., to an export facility, other LNG export projects are already underway and still more are lining up for permission to start work. FERC last month authorized the construction

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PTI launching new welding program to serve oil, gas industry

Justine Coyne As demand for experienced welders has increased, Pittsburgh Technical Institute will welcome its first class of welding students in a new 21-month associate of science degree program. PTI said the program offers expanded welding training for the pipe and structural industries, as well as professional development courses. “Our welding programs respond to industry

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