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NGVAmerica Updates NGV Maintenance Facility Guidelines

By NGV Global U.S. natural gas vehicle trade association NGVAmerica has released an updated version of Guideline for Determining the Modifications Required for Natural Gas Vehicle Maintenance Facilities, originally created by the Clean Vehicle Education Foundation in 2012. The updated document was produced by the NGV Maintenance Facility Modifications Working Group that is part of…

Tough market pushes O&G workers from rigs to classrooms

By _Offshore_Energy_Today_ Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen City Councils have adopted a new innovative approach to teacher recruitment as a group of former oil and gas workers begin their inductions to become secondary school teachers. Aberdeenshire Council said on Wednesday that the new Transition into Education Scheme (TIES) is a partnership between Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen City Councils,…

CEA launches Pipelines for America public education campaign

The Consumer Energy Alliance launched a multistate public education campaign emphasizing the importance of new pipelines and other energy systems in keeping future retail prices low and protecting the environment. Pipelines for America reflects the more than 400,000-member group’s concern that despite its abundant natural resources, the nation lacks the pipelines and transmission lines required…

API praises House committee proposals highlighting grants for STEM education and funding for regional pilot offshore energy permitting offices

Article Abstract: WASHINGTON, November 5, 2015 ─ API today issued support for proposals within the Land and Water Conservation Fund reform package introduced by the House Committee on Natural Resources. The proposals could help allocate much needed resources for regional offshore energy permitting offices and secure funding for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) related…

Gov. Wolf’s $1 billion natural gas myth – LancasterOnline

Article Abstract: LancasterOnline Gov. Wolf’s $1 billion natural gas mythLancasterOnlineDuring Tom Wolf’s campaign for governor, he proposed a severance tax on natural gas drilling in Pennsylvania. The severance tax was supposed to raise $1 billion in revenue for education. At current price levels for natural gas, the governor’s own …and more » from natural gas –…