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Editorials from around Pennsylvania

IT’S UP TO TRUMP TO UNITE REPUBLICANS, May 5 With both Ted Cruz and John Kasich ending their campaigns for the presidency, it now appears certain that Donald Trump will become the Republican Party’s nominee. What seemed far-fetched when the “braggadocious” real estate tycoon announced his candidacy last year has become a reality that threatens to tear apart the GOP. ...

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Rex Energy announces well results

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Yesterday, Rex Energy Corp. shared its initial production test results from its first two wells in the Moriane East Area, Pennsylvania. Rex Energy recently completed its operations on its four-well Renick pad.  The pad consists of three Marcellus shale wells and one Upper Devonian Burkett well. The wells the company has shared production tests results for are the Renick 2H ...

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Bill seeks tax exemption of P&G gas wells

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HARRISBURG – A new effort is being made to offer a tax break to Procter and Gamble’s Mehoopany plant, as a severance tax on natural gas production looms over the state budget debate. Rep. Mike Carroll, D-118, Avoca, introduced legislation that would exempt most of the gas produced by Marcellus Shale wells located on the P&G plant’s property in Wyoming ...

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Dallas Twp. opposes PennEast pipeline

DALLAS TWP. — Township officials passed a resolution Monday formally opposing a planned natural gas pipeline, joining other Pennsylvania and New Jersey municipalities potentially affected by its construction. Penn East Pipeline Co. LLC plans to construct a $1 billion, 108-mile, 36-inch diameter pipeline from Dallas Twp. to Hopewell Twp., N.J., where it will connect with the Transco interstate pipeline to ...

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