Delaware Valley Marcellus Association starts off with a bangJune 13, 2012
|ENERGIZED: We power up
the first meeting of the DVMA
Three years ago, I realized that the world was about to change and the epicenter for that change would soon occur in a place near and dear to my heart. Originally from Western Pennsylvania, I became enamored by early stories of vast reserves of clean-burning natural gas deep below the ground in a geologic formation called The Marcellus, running underneath my family’s original homes in that part of the state.
The more I studied, the more I became convinced that regardless of controversy, The Marcellus is good news for our economy, for our environment, and for a more stable world. And now lots of people in Southeastern PA agree with me.
In fact, more than 100 of them attended the inaugural meeting of The Delaware Valley Marcellus Association, a new group Gregory FCA has founded along with three other founding members: Duane Morris, KPMG, and ModSpace. Our mission is to help connect local businesses with real, live business opportunities sprouting throughout the state. And Tuesday’s breakfast meeting, featuring keynote speaker and Penn State Professor Dr. Terry Engelder, was a first, important step toward that end.
We would like to thank all of those who attended Tuesday’s meeting, and we’re excited to help serve as an important new voice for responsible development of The Marcellus. To learn more about the association or to become a member, visit the Delaware Valley Marcellus Association blog.