Allegheny Conference - Apresentação sobre Pittsburgh e o xisto

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Allegheny Conference - Apresentação sobre Pittsburgh e o xisto

  1. 1. Energy and Pittsburgh: A Long History Bill Flanagan Executive Vice President-Corporate Relations March 17, 2014
  2. 2. A Snapshot of the Pittsburgh Region 10 counties = 7,200 sq. mi Population = 2.6 million Gross Regional Product = $119 billion “Pittsburgh stands as a bold example of how to create new jobs and industries while transitioning to a 21st century economy. As a city that has transformed itself from the city of steel to a center for high-tech innovation... Pittsburgh will provide both a beautiful backdrop and a powerful example for our work.” -President Barack Obama, Pittsburgh (G-20) Summit
  3. 3. • “Hell with the lid off.” • Streetlights at noon • Extra white shirts to work The Steel City (1870s-1970s)
  4. 4. Renaissance City 1940s-1970s •Public-private partnership •Smoke control •Urban redevelopment A Story of Transformation The Renaissance began in the 1940s with the formation of the Allegheny Conference on Community Development, a non- profit organization designed to bring together private sector leadership to work in partnership with government to improve the region. Together they cleaned the skies and rivers and transformed the city itself with the first urban redevelopment programs in the United States.
  5. 5. The Steel Bust •Foreign imports •Industry restructuring •National recession •Regional depression A Big Setback in the 1980s
  6. 6. 1,050,000 1,100,000 1,150,000 1,200,000 1,250,000 1,300,000 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013* * 12 month rolling average through June 2013. Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics, Local Area Unemployment Statistics, 10-county region 1,082,300 1,285,400 A Great American Comeback Total Employment Reaches Record High, 1970-June 2013
  7. 7. We’re Hiring! 24,000 Open Jobs!
  8. 8. The World is Paying Attention
  9. 9. What’s Ahead? • Enormous Opportunity • A portfolio approach • Collaboration to innovate • In a word:
  10. 10. Our Rich Energy History
  11. 11. Our Rich Energy History
  12. 12. A New Center of American Energy
  13. 13. Opportunities in Our Energy Economy
  14. 14. Energy Companies Growing in the Pittsburgh Region
  15. 15. We Are an Energy Innovator $1 billion + Government Universities Corporate NETL Bettis Pitt CMU CONSOL Westing- house Eaton WVU Penn State Coal Nuclear Systems Source: Allegheny Conference analysis PPG
  16. 16. National Energy Technology Laboratory • Full service DOE federal lab • Dedicated to energy R&D, domestic energy resources – Fossil energy – Support offices of electricity and energy efficiency • Fundamental science through technology demonstration • Unique industry-academia-government collaboration • Tech Transfer Program – Transfer of research and patented technologies to industry, entrepreneurs, universities and other government agencies NETL Program Areas: Strategic Center for Coal Carbon Capture, Carbon Storage, Advanced Energy Systems, Cross- Cutting Research Strategic Center for Natural Gas Deep & Ultra Deep Water Oil, Unconventional Gas, Methane Hydrates, Enhanced Oil Recovery Project Management Center Building Technologies, Distributed Energy, Vehicle Technologies, Weatherization
  17. 17. Marcellus Shale • The Marcellus Shale geological formation is one of the largest unconventional natural gas reserves in the world: – Pittsburgh is the largest metro atop the Marcellus Shale – 95,000 square miles of approx. 60% of Pennsylvania’s land mass – Marcellus Shale contains 141 trillion cubic feet of recoverable natural gas – In the Marcellus Shale play alone, an estimated 7,000+ wells will be drilled between 2011-2014 – Prompted 150+ companies to expand their exploration, drilling or service operations in the Pittsburgh region since 2007
  18. 18. Utica Shale – The Natural Gas Giant Below the Marcellus Shale • The Utica Shale is located a few thousand feet below the Marcellus Shale – Potential to become an enormous natural gas resource • More geographically extensive and thicker than Marcellus Shale • Already proven its ability to support commercial production – Liquids-rich play…oil – Early testing indicates it will be a very significant resource • The Utica Shale has a much higher carbonate content and a lower clay mineral content than the Marcellus Shale
  19. 19. 150+ Natural Gas-Related Companies Have Expanded into the Pittsburgh Region Since 2007 Accelergy Corporation Allied Technology Allis-Chalmers Energy, Inc. Baker Hughes Oilfield Operations BJ Services Co. Bowles Rice, LLP Burleson Cooke, LLP Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. Calfrac Well Services Carrizo Oil & Gas, Inc. Chesapeake Energy Complete Production Services, Inc. Core Laboratories, LP Crescent Directional Drilling Cudd Energy Services Direct Energy EOG Resources, Inc. Express Energy Services, LP Exterran Holdings, Inc. Fagen, Inc. Flotek Industries, Inc. Flow Data, Inc. FMC Technologies, Inc. FTS International Fulbright & Jaworski Green Field Energy Services Halliburton Energy Services Hunting Energy Service Key Energy Services, Inc. Kimzey Casing Service, LLC Kinder Morgan Energy Partners Marathon Oil Co. McJunkin Red Man Corporation National Oilwell Varco Newfield Exploration Royal Dutch Shell Sadler Law Schlumberger Limited Seneca Resources Smith International Spectra Energy Corp. Stallion Oilfield Services Swift Worldwide Resources Talisman Energy, Inc. Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. Texas Eastern Transmission, LP The Williams Companies Thomas Petroleum TSI Flow Products, Inc. Universal Pegasus International Valerus Compression Services Weatherford U.S., LP Wilbros International WPX Energy
  20. 20. Center for Sustainable Shale Development (CSSD) • Safe, sustainable shale resource development – Continuous improvement and innovative practices through 15 performance standards (air & climate and surface & groundwater) and third-party certification • Unprecedented collaboration – Serves as a forum for a diverse group of stakeholders (environmental organizations, foundations, energy companies) to share expertise with the common objective of developing solutions and serving as a center of excellence for shale gas development STRATEGIC PARTNERS Chevron Citizens for Pennsylvania’s Future Clean Air Task Force CONSOL Energy Environmental Defense Fund EQT Corporation Group Against Smog and Pollution Heinz Endowments Pennsylvania Environmental Council Shell William Penn Foundation
  21. 21. Wet Gas Geology Marcellus gas around Greater Pittsburgh is rich in ethane, propane, other liquids • Supply of “wet gas” could lead to new petrochemical production capacity in Greater Pgh. • Thousands of jobs, billions of $$ of investment.
  22. 22. Initiative: Wet Gas Development Natural gas production & supply chain •Target is feedstock for petrochemicals, plastics. •Creates high-value manufacturing jobs. Upstream: Exploration & Production Midstream: Storage & Transmission Pipelines Downstream: Uses including •Gas distribution •Fuel •Gas-to-Liquids •Feedstock for petrochemical, plastics industries
  23. 23. What’s Next: Petrochemicals •Land option for Beaver County site •Further evaluation underway: •Environmental analysis •Engineering design studies •Evaluation of ethane supply •Economic viability Proposed Shell Petrochemical Complex Shell’s Singapore Cracker
  24. 24. Chemistry in the Pittsburgh Region • Regional strengths – 250+ chemistry firms – HQs and/or corporate support operations to industry leaders: • Almatis, Axiall, Bayer, Calgon Carbon, INDSPEC, Koppers, LANXESS, NOVA Chemicals and PPG Industries – Significant manufacturing presence: • BASF, Eastman Chemical, Nalco – Two dozen major chemistry research facilities – Chemicals represent the fourth largest export from the Pittsburgh region – more than $1 billion in 2011
  25. 25. Plastics in the Pittsburgh Region • Regional strengths – Home to 112 establishments employing 5,100 workers directly and 10,200 indirectly – Contributes $1.6 billion in economic activity – Cutting edge plastics technologies – from companies like ATRP Solutions and Plextronics (both CMU spinouts) – are using plastics in a whole new way
  26. 26. Emerging Priority – Workforce Comprehensive workforce program targeting the natural gas and oil industries • Launched in 2010 with a $4.9 million Labor grant – 4 states, 71 counties • Has since trained more than 5,047 people; 1,485 employed in the industry • Received $14.96 million follow on grant in 2012 to expand curriculum nationally o Applies to upstream, midstream and downstream occupations
  27. 27. For more information Bill Flanagan, Executive Vice President Allegheny Conference on Community Development 11 Stanwix Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 412-281-1890 bflanagan@alleghenyconference.org www.alleghenyconference.org

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