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By Joe Barone started as in 2010 was created to connect gas workers to local Pennsylvania businesses.
By Joe Barone has made free apps for the iPhone and Droid smart phones available in mid-September.
By Joe Barone
Penn State’s College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering has just released its “The Economic Impacts of the Pennsylvania Marcellus Shale Natural Gas Play: An Update.”
By Joe Barone is preparing to host the first in a series of Penn State Marcellus Shale Webinar Series on June 2.
By Joe Barone
As development of Marcellus shale natural gas grows in Pennsylvania, businesspeople statewide are being invited to a series of breakfast seminars to learn how it may create opportunities for their businesses.
By Joe Barone
While almost all gas workers have direct deposit for their salary, their expenses are paid via checks sent to their Pennsylvania addresses or delivered to the field or regional offices.
By Joe Barone
PAGasDirectory recently completed the first survey of over 100 gas workers and their spouses in the Marcellus Shale area. This survey gives insight into the lifestyle preferences of gas industry families as they adjust to living in Pennsylvania.
By Joe Barone
Marcellus Shale drilling activity has brought a number of new gas workers from Texas, Colorado, Oklahoma, Wyoming and Louisiana to the Southwestern counties of Pennsylvania.
By Joe Barone
Drilling for natural gas in the Marcellus Shale region has made commercial real estate a commodity almost as valuable as natural gas itself.
By Joe Barone
Business is strong for those who have already joined the, a website that provides a bounty of information to gas industry employees and their families about the goods and services available through businesses within the community.
By Joseph Barone
Early usage trends on the web site are starting to emerge. Gas workers are using this web site to look for local companies that can help them on the job at drilling locations, building pipelines, and other tasks.
By Joe Barone
Early advertisers on the new web site,, are seeing more activity from gas companies in the form of phone calls and bid requests.

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