The Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC) released the results
of its annual workforce survey The findings – based on 2013 data – were
provided by a large majority of MSC member companies, representing nearly 95% of
Pennsylvania's shale production. For more information on the findings, please visit NaturalGasNow.org. (August 12, 2014)
Energy sector job growth outpaces national average-by Pittsburgh Business Times (February 24, 2014)
NACE's September 2013 Salary Survey--mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction was far and away the top-paying industry for Class of 2013 graduates who earned bachelor's degrees.
Natural Gas Vehicles are Coming to Pennyslvania News Article by Matt Henderson (Harrisburg Patriot News)
ShaleNET pre-employment training. ShaleNET’s primary goal is to link talent to opportunity, by effectively training local people and placing them into jobs that can lead to successful careers in the natural gas industry.
Shale Training & Education Center (ShaleTEC) is a collaboration between Pennsylvania College of Technology and Penn State Extension established to serve as the central resource for workforce development and education needs of the community and the oil and natural gas industry.
Pennsylvania Statewide Marcellus Shale Workforce Needs Assessment (Summer 2011) Conducted by ShaleTEC
Economic Impacts of the Marcellus Shale in Pennsylvania (August 2011) Conducted by ShaleTEC
Pennsylvania’s Department of Environmental Protection’s Office of Oil and Gas Management
Range Resource's Horizontal Drilling Video.