02 Apr
21 Aug

Fleet Energy went to Argentina!

In May Fleet Energy America’s president Perry Babb along with business partner RAM Industrial traveled to Buenos Aires Argentina. Fleet Energy and RAM hosted three other companies to travel with them to the Galileo Headquarters. Check out the picture gallery to see what amazing things that Galileo is doing with its’ tehnology

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28 May
28 May
24 May
22 May

Fleet Energy at the PA Municipal League Annual Conference

{03BBACDB-AAFB-4BBD-9A58-DBCE9D7B7C63} Fleet Energy will be attending the 115th annual PA Municipal league Annual Conventions in Philadelphia. There will be a Nano box demonstration a long with our consultants. The conventions will take place in the Philadelphia Marriott Hotel and PA convention Center on Wednesday June 18th. If you are a municipality leader and would like to attend the conference. Click here for the registration and information page.

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22 May

Fleet @ Hunts for Healing Annual Tournament

5135_104261011136_8051257_nOn June 13,Fleet Energy America will be sponsoring a station in Laceyville, PA at the Hunts for Healing 2nd Annual Sporting Tournament. The tournament’s mission is “Healing wounded warriors with outdoor challenges”. The program benefiting injured soldiers returning stateside from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.   For more information about the events you can check out the Hunts for Healing Facebook page. 

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20 May
19 May

PSU Marcellus Web

Penn State Extension has scheduled a series of webinars for May, June, July and August on a variety of topics related to Marcellus Shale development.  Here’s a list of upcoming events:– May 15: World Oil & Gas Resources, Consumption and Trends;– May 19: Natural Gas Opportunities In West Central PA;– June 10: Making Sense of Natural Gas Pipeline, Right-of-Way Agreements;– June 19: Utica and Point Pleasant-Where Are We Now?– July 17: Industry Workforce and Training;– July 31: Shale Mineral Management for the Landowner; and– August 21: Natural Gas Processing and Effects on Royalty Income Streams. For more information, visit Penn State Extension’s Natural Gas Webinar webpage.

 

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01 Oct

Natural Gas Futures Advance as Storm Threatens Gulf of Mexico

Natural gas futures climbed in New York for the fourth time in five days on speculation that a tropical weather system will enter the Gulf of Mexico, causing pipelines and platforms to shut.

Gas gained as much as 1.7 percent. An area of low pressure over the western Caribbean Seahas a 50 percent chance of becoming a tropical cyclone over the next five days, the National Hurricane Center in Miami said in an 8 a.m. outlook. The storm will move over the southern Gulf later this week, according to the hurricane center.

“The bottom line for the market is the concern that this storm could be a problem maker,” said Bob Yawger, director of the futures division at Mizuho Securities USA Inc. in New York. “Traders are looking to take prices a little higher.”

Natural gas for November delivery rose 3.6 cents, or 1 percent, to $3.596 per million British thermal units at 9:37 a.m. on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Trading volume was 15 percent above the average for the time of day. Prices have advanced 7.3 percent this year.

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