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Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline Project
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Ensuring reliable natural gas service for years to come
Ensuring reliable natural gas service for years to come

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America's energy future is looking bright for 2017. We wish you and your family a Happy New Year!
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We’re honored to play a part in helping students grow through these internships, which will offer hands-on experience for them to develop valuable knowledge and skills.
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Our country needs to WORK TOGETHER to build 21st century energy infrastructure. Read more of Pennsylvania Manufacturers' Association's Dave Taylor and National Association of Manufacturers' Jay Timmons Op-Ed: http://bit.ly/2hsMotK
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US agricultural producers benefit from lower operating costs thanks to natural gas pipeline projects! Read More:

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The Atlantic Sunrise pipeline has the potential to heat 7 million American homes. But it can't happen without your support. Visit our action center today: http://bit.ly/2i3PGb1
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We need energy infrastructure to bring natural gas to PA consumers! Read more of this great LTE by Pennsylvania Manufacturers' Association's President, Dave Taylor:

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Affordable energy access meant 1.9 million manufacturing jobs in 2015 alone. In this video, David Taylor of Pennsylvania Manufacturers' Association talks about the positive impact natural gas has on industry across America.

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The Atlantic Sunrise pipeline will help millions more Americans gain access to affordable, reliable, domestically produced energy. Add your name to the growing list of supporters. http://bit.ly/2i3PGb1
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Do you heat your home with natural gas? The average household uses about 60,000 cubic feet of natural gas per year. That's enough to fill a hot air balloon.
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Comment below if you received a gift made from natural gas! From toys to toolboxes, natural gas is used to make more products than you think.
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