& Marcellus Shale
Directory & Quarterly Report
Southpointe Golf Club 2015
s Map e! I ns id 28 P age
Health • Education • Economy • Environment • Industry
Forget everything you thought you knew about apartment living... life at 1400 Main is epic.
SHORT TERM | LONG TERM | FURNISHED
epic apartment living
844.355.1400 | www.1400main.com 1400 main street | canonsburg, pa 15317 2
Legacy Village at Southpointe Low-Maintenance Lifestyle Community Featuring Main Level Living
#1 SELLING COMMUNITY IN WASHINGTON COUNTY Southpointe's new lifestyle village offers attainable luxury and carefree living in a premier Washington County location
Distinctive Interior and Exterior Appointments Include: Custom Cottage/Stone Exteriors, Spacious Main Level Ownerâ€™s Suites, Granite Kitchen Countertops, Stainless Steel Appliances, Hardwood Floors In Kitchen, Foyer And Powder Room And Ceramic Floors In Ownerâ€™s Bathroom
Starting From The Low $290s One Quick Move-In Stonehurst Home Available New Stonehurst Model Home Coming Soon Community Address: 50 0 A n g e r e r R o a d - C e c i l , P A 1 5 3 1 7 For More Information: 72 4 . 7 4 5 . 5 0 8 3
// RyanHomesSPM.com Prices, offers, availability and financing subject to change without notice. See a Sales and Marketing Representative for details. Ryan Homes is an NVR brand.
WALK WORK CAMPUS
LEASE NOW, SPACE GOING FAST! Kelley Hoover Heckathorne 412.670.4248 | email@example.com 412.250.3000 | Burns-ScaloRealEstate.com www.southpointe.net
Join one, belong to all three
2015 • Volume 5 • Issue • 10 www.southpointemag.com
Publisher - Southpointe Total Media / Southpointe Telecom Managing Editor - Don Hodor Advertising Director - Terry Caldwell Front Cover Donated By- Southpointe Aviation Club Layout & Design By- Mike George Published by Southpointe Telecom 125 Technology Dr. Suite 103, Canonsburg, (Southpointe), PA 15317 Phone - 724-873-7777 • E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
All Copyrights Reserved © Southpointe Total Media / Southpointe Telecom 2015 Printing by: Knepper Press
T H E
P O I N T E
Letter from the Executive President ♦ 06 Marcellus to Become a Net Exporter of Natural Gas this Year ♦ 10 Cheniere to Begin Export of Marcellus and Utica Gas as LNG in 2018 ♦ 20 Jeb Bush Outlines Energy Plan, Calling for Lifting Oil and Gas Restraints ♦ 24 Panoramic View of Southpointe II ♦ 26-27 Drones at Southpointe ♦ 26-27 Southpointe Map and Directory ♦ 28-30 Wolf Signs Bill Pushing Mine Water to Fracking ♦ 34 Mystery Diner ♦ 36 Over 50 Places to Eat in the Southpointe Area ♦ 40-41
Letter from the Executive President
Dear members, neighbors, and friends: As we enter the fourth quarter of the year, it’s time to gear up for the holiday season. With all the newly opened restaurants in Southpointe, our selection for corporate parties has never been greater. Toscana, All Star, Montana’s, and Saga are all offering great menu selections and new venues for the holidays. Let’s not forget the old standbys- Jacksons, Southpointe Golf Club, and The Blvd-giving a total of 7 great choices. Just down the road are Angelo’s Restaurant and Rumfish Grille. We’re pleased to say that the majority of these restaurants have taken ads in our magazine. Highlighting our last quarter were visits from NFL commissioner, Roger Goodell, co-hosted by the Southpointe Chamber for TRIPIL’s capital fund raising campaign; and also presidential candidate, Jeb Bush, who visited with host Rice Energy. Both events are testimonies to the draw and national exposure of Southpointe. Southpointe is not just a great industrial park with exceptional architectural accomplishments but a collection of progressive leaders working for companies that are innovative and growing. As always, keep an eye on our valued networking luncheons with record breaking attendance. We are pleased to work with the Southpointe Golf Club for this monthly event. All of our network lunches will be held at the Southpointe Golf club for the remainder of 2015 and all of 2016. Go to www.southpointeevents.com for our schedule. The best opportunity in Southpointe is the new CHS Rotary Club with after work meetings at the Southpointe Golf Club every Wednesday. This is a great way to avoid evening traffic, meet friends, make a commitment to the community and have a cocktail with dinner. Check with Nick Beresh, President or Dr. Stephanie Urchick for more information. All are invited to stop by as a guest and check out the Rotary. Another weekly event is our Tuesday morning breakfast workshop at the Southpointe Chamber boardroom. Each week from 8 AM to 9 AM we meet and discuss strategies on building business in Southpointe. Go to www.southpointeevents.com for updates on what is happening in the area. Happy Holidays and we’ll see you at the next event.
“Your Success is Our Business”
Don Hodor Executive Director Southpointe Marcellus Shale Chamber of Commerce email@example.com
We Go with Your Flow upstream, midstream, and downstream Our new Southpointe location offers a steady flow of great ideas and services in the Oil & Gas industry to keep your project moving forward smoothly. Call us at (724) 206-9982 to find out how far you can go with smarter energy development. • Oil & Gas Engineering, Procurement, Construction Management • Environmental • Geotechnical • Transportation • Infrastructure and Buildings 601 Technology Drive, Suite 300 Canonsburg, PA 15317
Design with community in mind
resources require resourcefulness.
Your land is producing natural gas royalties. Questions will arise. “What’s next?” and “How can I ensure that my assets are protected?” In-depth financial advice is yours through Hefren-Tillotson’s MASTERPLAN, a comprehensive written review of your individual goals and objectives. MASTERPLAN. Your
personal financial planning and investment guide.
888-405-0990 / hefren.com member sipc
Issue 1015 1/29/15 3:51 PM
Marcellus to Become a Net Exporter of Natural Gas this Year September 1, 2015 12:45 AM By Stephanie Ritenbaugh / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
spanning Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio are expected to still produce more gas than they can use and export the fuel out of the region. “We are anticipating that the Northeast will be a net exporter for the average of 2015,” said Anne Swedberg, senior energy analyst for Denver-based Bentek Energy. “We are already seeing volumes leave the region this summer.” The rest of the country is expected to catch up later, becoming a net exporter by 2017. Now, most Marcellus gas is going to the Midwest, the Southeast and Canada. Eventually it will have access to Mexico through pipelines and globally through liquefied natural gas exports. Through 2017, there will be about 3.4 Bcf/d of capacity additions on two major interstate pipelines, Kinder Morgan’s Tennessee Gas Pipeline and Spectra Energy’s Texas Eastern Andrew Rush/Post-Gazette Transmission. Miles of pipeline run throughout the Dominion Resources Cove Point LNG In terms of global markets, a bevy of projects are in the terminal connecting storage tanks to an off shore pier in Maryland. Liquefied natural gas export facilities are poised to become an outlet for a works to export liquefied natural gas. The closest such facility, Dominion Resource’s Cove Point project in Maryland, glut of natural gas from U.S. shale plays in the coming years. will be able to ship 0.7 Bcf/d of LNG overseas starting in late 2017. Late this year, Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass will Natural gas production is expected to slow this month for begin shipping LNG from the Gulf Coast. the first time across the country as drillers struggle against The Marcellus reached a record high of 20.4 Bcf/d on low commodity prices and oversupply. Aug. 24, according to Bentek estimates, “which puts it in line Even so, states in the Marcellus and Utica shale plays with Texas,” Ms. Swedberg said. In 2010, the region produced about 2 Bcf/d. That record high may be due to the completion of pipeline maintenance in the area, allowing more gas to be shipped from the wellhead, the U.S. Energy Inet s riLL eeper formation Administration noted. The Marcellus and the deeper nto oUr eaLth Utica formation drive much of U.S. production. The Marcellus anageMent eeDs alone accounted for 21 percent of the country’s natural gas proRBC Wealth ManageMent duction in the first five months of 2400 Ansys Dr., Suite 301 Canonsburg, PA 15317 2015, according to the EIA. Phone: (724) 745-8266 Meanwhile, abundant gas Toll free: (866) 445-4486 without enough pipelines to ship Visit our website at it means prices in the Northeast www.rbcwmfa.com/southpointe continue to trade below the national benchmark, Henry Hub, There’s Wealth in Our Approach.™ prompting energy firms to slow their drilling plans. © 2015 RBC Wealth Management, a division of RBC Capital Markets, LLC, Member NYSE/FINRA/SIPC.
L U D D i Y W M n
Continued on Page 17 Ad_5.5x4.25 C.indd 1 SouthpointeDrilling Magazine Issue 1015 10 15-EV-014_Gas
9/1/15 4:19 PM
Physical therapy for Marvin, who’s managing his arthritis one rep at a time. A same-day appointment for Andrea, who hopes her sore throat leaves just as quickly. Early detection for Bill, whose oncologist’s only mission is remission. Health for Emily is a kitchen slipup closed with a few stitches. Health for Nick is an X-ray. Health for Luanne is a script. Health, because we didn’t take an oath to only care for some of the people. We’re here to help them all. For an appointment, call 814.452.7864 or visit AHN.ORG
ALLEGHENY HEALTH NETWORK Allegheny General • Allegheny Valley • Canonsburg • Forbes • Jefferson • Saint Vincent • West Penn Health + Wellness Pavilions at Bethel Park, Peters Township and Wexford
CH Sthpnt 8x10.5 Ad.indd 1
9/4/15 8:17 AM
PITTSBURGH! Data & Internet Voice & VoIP Cloud Services Managed & Hosted Services IT Services POWERED BY
Services not available in all areas.
Be a part of the 2015 Pittsburgh Technology Expo and Conference November 9th, 2015
Sheraton Station Square
This is your companyâ€™s opportunity to showcase innovative technology
Register now to be a vendor at www.pittsburghtradeshow.com firstname.lastname@example.org 724-271-8540
Your Business has plenty of expenses, but when it comes to Document Management and Production Solutions,
You should get than what you PAY for!
Your organization is inundated with companies who want to make you “a deal.” Vendors are quick to offer you attractive, aggressive prices on their products and services to win your business. Sometimes there is a price to be paid for those discounts. Sometimes you find out that you got “sold.” Amcom knows what you need in a Technology Partner to maximize every budget dollar. Our AMC360 process helps us design solutions that return dollars to your Operating Budget. Please contact us to learn how we can get started. www.teamamcom.com 800.242.1625 14
ShadySide henneJewelers.com | 412-682-0226
Shale News Continued From Page 10 An LNG “train” is a liquefied natural gas plant’s liquefaction and purification facility housed in a long, narrow building. The LNG process inside the train begins with removing impurities in the gas such as water, carbon dioxide, sulfur and some of the heavier hydrocarbons such as propane and ethane. The purified gas is then condensed by refrigeration to below -257.8° F (the boiling point of methane at atmospheric pressure). The liquefaction process requires very strict safety measures and precautions due to the flammable nature of the gas. Liquefaction is necessary to make transporting natural gas by ship commercially viable. LNG takes up about 1/600th of the volume of natural gas. LNG weighs about 45 percent as much as water and is odorless, colorless, non- corrosive and non-toxic. Cheniere’s Corpus Christi liquefaction project is being designed with three trains, which will have an expected aggregate nominal LNG production capacity of up to 13.5 million tonnes per annum (mtpa). The facility will be constructed in three phases, with each 4.5 mtpa LNG train to begin operations about six to nine months after the previous train has been built.
The $11.5 billion cost for the first two trains, two LNG storage tanks, one dock and the natural gas supply pipeline will be funded with $3.1 billion of project equity and $8.4 billion of debt. Although Cheniere has not released the names of its foreign customers for its Corpus Christi facility’s LNG, it has released the name of its first customer for LNG from its Sabine Pass export facility. Cheniere entered into sales arrangements with Électricité de France, S.A. for the delivery of liquefied natural gas cargoes from the Sabine Pass LNG facility to the Dunkerque LNG terminal in France. The sales arrangement through 2018 includes the delivery of up to 26 cargoes, which is about 100 million MMBtus of LNG. The Future of U.S. LNG Exports The U.S. has 110 LNG import terminals that could be converted to LNG export facilities. Given America’s abundance of natural gas, the U.S. has the potential to become the largest exporter of LNG in the world, surpassing the leading LNG exporters, Qatar and Australia. However, given the multibillion price tag for turning these facilities around, most of them are likely to remain idle or repurposed for other industrial processes. T:8” Continued on Page 38
WE CAN’T WAIT TO MEET YOU. Southpointe is a community of achievers. People with big dreams, and big financial goals too. That’s what inspired us to open a new branch at Southpointe Town Center. A place where community, learning and banking come together. It’s your own personal achievement center. Here, we can work toward reaching those financial goals and start making your dreams a reality. Let’s achieve more together.
BE SURE TO STOP BY:
PNC Southpointe Town Center 1800 Main Street, Suite 106 Canonsburg, PA 15317 CALL: 724-745-3050 BRANCH HOURS: Lobby: M-F 9-5 ©2015 The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. All rights reserved. PNC Bank, National Association. Member FDIC
STARTING OCTOBER 2ND, IN AN EFFORT TO STARTING OCTOBER 2ND, IN AN EFFORT TO REGAIN YOUR TRUST, VW ISOFFERING OFFERING STARTING OCTOBER 2ND,VW INIS AN EFFORT TO REGAIN YOUR TRUST, STARTING OCTOBER 2ND, EFFORT TO REGAIN YOUR TRUST, VWIN ISAN OFFERING REGAIN YOUR TRUST, VW IS OFFERING
$2000 $2000 $2000
Success runs the family. Success runs inin the family.
Packed with performance, quality, and premium fit and finish, every Golf is a star. Packed with performance, quality, and premium fit and finish, every Golf is a star. And as a family, they won Motor Trend’s 2015 Car of the Year.® And as a family, they won Motor Trend’s 2015 Car of the Year.® OWNER LOYALTY FOR CURRENTLY OWNING A
OWNER LOYALTY FOR CURRENTLY OWNING OWNER LOYALTY FOR CURRENTLY OWNING A A VW OR LIVING IN THE SAME RESIDENCE AS Golfand andGolf GolfGTI win2015 2015North North AmericanCar Carofofthe theYear™. Year™. Golf win American VWSOMEONE OR INTHE THE SAME RESIDENCE VWGTI OR LIVING IN SAME RESIDENCE Success runsLIVING in the family. It’s hard to get critics to agree on anything. Which is even more reason to celebrate. It’s hard to get critics to agree on anything. Which is even more reason to celebrate. WHO DOES, TOWARDS THE AS AS Fifty-six independent auto journalists came together to vote and, as a result: the Golf and Fifty-six independent auto journalists came together to vote and, as a result: the Golf and OWNER LOYALTY FOR CURRENTLY OWNING SOMEONE WHO DOES, TOWARDS Packed with performance, quality, and premium fit and finish, every Golf is a star. SOMEONE WHO DOES, TOWARDS THE A PURCHASE OR LEASE OF THE Golf GTI have been named the 2015 North American Car of the Year. Who knew it took Golf GTI have been named the 2015 North American Car of the Year. Who knew it took And as a family, they won Motor Trend’s 2015 Car of the Year.® German engineering, craftsmanship, and excellent design to get everyone on the same German engineering, craftsmanship, and excellent design to get everyone on the same PURCHASE OR LEASE OF VW OR LIVING IN THEOR SAME RESIDENCE PURCHASE LEASE OFYear™. AS page? Well, we knew that. page? Well, we knew that. Golf and Golf GTI win 2015 North American Car of the It’s hard to get critics to agree on anything. Which is even more reason to celebrate. SOMEONE WHO DOES, TOWARDS THE Fifty-six independent auto journalists came together to vote and, as a result: the Golf and Available now at your local Southpointe Available now at your local Southpointe Golf GTI have been named the 2015 North American Car of the Year. Who knew it took German engineering, craftsmanship, and excellent design to get everyone on the same PURCHASE OR LEASE OF Chamber Volkswagen dealership. Chamber Volkswagen dealership.
ANY NEW 2015 OR 2016 ANY NEW 2015 OR 2016 VW MODELS! VW MODELS! ANY NEW 2015 OR 2016
page? Well, we knew that.
ThreeRivers RiversVolkswagen Volkswagen Three
Available now at your local Southpointe EXCLUDES EXCLUDES TDI TDI MODELS MODELS CONTACT SALES CONTACT YOUR YOUR SALES CONSULTANT CONSULTANT FOR FOR DETAILS. DETAILS. THIS THIS IS IS ON ON TOP TOP OF OF ALL ALL CURRENT CURRENT Chamber Volkswagen dealership. EXCLUDES TDI MODELS INCENTIVES. CONTACT YOUR SALES CONSULTANTINCENTIVES. FOR DETAILS. THIS IS ON TOP OF ALL CURRENT INCENTIVES.
Phone:(855) (855)732-1601 732-1601Rivers Volkswagen 3694Washington WashingtonRoad Road Phone: 3694 Three CONTACT YOUR SALES CONSULTANT FOR DETAILS. THIS IS ON TOP OF ALL CURRENT Service: (855)732-1602 732-1602 INCENTIVES. McMurray, McMurray,PA PA15317 15317 Service: (855) EXCLUDES TDI MODELS
Phone: (855) 732-1601 Service: (855) 732-1602
3694 Washington Road McMurray, PA 15317
www.3riversvw.com www.3riversvw.com EXCLUDES TDI MODELS
CONTACT YOUR SALES CONSULTANT FOR DETAILS. THIS IS ON TOP OF ALL CURRENT www.southpointe.net Southpointe Southpointe Magazine www.southpointe.net Magazine 1111 INCENTIVES. www.southpointe.net Southpointe Magazine 11 Southpointe Magazine Issue 1015 Southpointe Magazine
Trust our full service catering divison to handle all of your private, family, corporate or wedding caterings. From finger foods, to high end corporate affairs. We put our 76 year reputation on the line to provide meticulously prepared events. We can deliver, we can attend, we can plan and organize any event. We can do everything from sandwich rings and picnic style events to full blown Italian family style celebrations. See our â€œparty trayâ€? menu online for our most popular delivery items. Consult with us to plan and organize your next event. See our wedding catering page online for the best wedding ever. Christmas is just around the corner. Call us now for all your party needs.
Cheniere to Begin Export of Marcellus and Utica Gas as LNG in 2018 BY R. BROCK PRONKO Regional Business Analyst
An artist’s rendition of Cheniere’s Corpus Christi LNG export facility. Photo courtesy of Cheniere
The Marcellus and Utica shale plays are going to gain another connection to the global market in 2018. On Sept.10, Kinder Morgan, the largest energy infrastructure company in North America, announced it signed a 20-year deal to begin shipping 385 million cubic feet per day of southbound natural gas in 2018 from the Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America’s (NGPL) expanded Gulf Coast pipeline system to Cheniere Energy’s Corpus Christi LNG export facility on the Texas coast. The eastern portion of the southbound gas will be coming from wells in the Marcellus and Utica shale plays. Kinder Morgan, which owns an interest in or operates approximately 84,000 miles of pipelines, operates the NGPL pipeline system and owns a 20 percent interest in the company. NGPL plans to invest about $212 million in infrastructure to complete the first phase of the Gulf expansion project, which will increase NGPL’s total southbound capacity from multiple receipt zones, including the 1,698-mile Rockies Express Pipeline (REX) that will interconnect in Illinois with gas coming from Appalachian shale plays for transport to existing and growing markets along Texas and the Louisiana Gulf Coast. “We are pleased to move forward with this project as gas production increases in the Utica and Marcellus shale and markets continue to grow along the Gulf Coast,” said David Devine, president of NGPL. “Additionally, we are delighted to provide transportation for Cheniere to bring attractively-priced supply to their LNG export facility being developed near Corpus Christi, Texas.” Cheniere received approvals for the project from FERC and DOE on May 12, 2015. On May 13, Cheniere reached its final investment decision and issued the notice to pro-
ceed with construction on the first two “trains” of the new LNG plant to Bechtel Oil, Gas and Chemicals, Inc., a global engineering, construction and project management company, headquartered in Houston. “Once again, we have the pleasure of working with Kinder Morgan and NGPL to secure transportation capacity that will provide additional certainty of gas supply for the Corpus Christi Liquefaction Project, which is now under construction,” said Corey Grindal, VP of supply and marketing for Cheniere. “It’s important that we secure access to pipeline capacity to ensure reliability and deliverability of natural gas to our liquefaction facility.” The approvals for the Corpus Christi LNG project were aided by last year’s change in the DOE’s policy to prioritize reviews for non-Free Trade Agreement LNG export applications whose projects had already been through a regulatory environmental review. Cheniere’s export terminal is located at a site that was previously permitted as a regasification terminal for LNG imports. Cheniere’s $18 billion Sabine Pass LNG plant in Louisiana had also been an import terminal and was the first plant in the U.S. to be permitted to export LNG. Continued on Page 42
Largest Selection of Pool Tables and Game Room Furniture
• New & Used Pool Tables • Pool Table Service YOUR #1 SOURCE FOR ALL YOUR GAME ROOM NEEDS!
• Billiard Lighting and Art Work • Foosball • Shuffleboards • Dome Hockey & Air Hockey • Large Selection of Darts, Billiard Cues & Cases • Bars, Barstools, Kitchen Stools & Game Room Furniture Free $100 Free$100 2-piece cue stick
Layaway & Financing Available
10889 Perry Highway (Rt.19) Wexford, PA 15090
with any pool table 2-piece cue stick purchase.
with any pool table purchase.
Mark Your Calendar for These Must-Attend Industry Events January 26 â€“ 28, 2016 David L. Lawrence Convention Center Pittsburgh, PA MarcellusMidstream.com 2015 Historical Stats:
June 21 â€“ 23, 2016
David L. Lawrence Convention Center Pittsburgh, PA DUGEast.com 2015 Historical Stats:
For exhibitor and sponsorship information, please contact: (A-L Companies)
www.southpointe.net Marcellus Business Central Ad.indd 2
9/9/15 4:09 P
Jeb Bush Outlines Energy Plan, Calling for Lifting Oil and Gas Restraints
Sean Sullivan September 29
Jeb Bush. (AP/Charlie Neibergall)
CANONSBURG, Pa. -- Jeb Bush pitched his newly released energy plan here Tuesday, calling for lifting restrictions on producing and exporting oil and gas as part of his blueprint for achieving 4 percent economic growth -- a figure he talks about frequently as a GOP presidential candidate. The former Florida governor outlined a plan with four general components that are in line with the Republican orthodoxy: removing the decades-long ban on exporting crude oil and easing restrictions on natural gas; approving construction of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline; stripping away some environmental regulations; and urging the federal government to yield to the energy desires of state and tribes. "The radical environmentalists are not allowing Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama to do what they know is the right thing to do," said Bush, speaking of the Keystone XL pipeline. Bush delivered remarks about his plan Tuesday afternoon at Rice Energy near Pittsburgh, Pa., a company that says its mission is to be "the paradigm for oil and gas exploration and production companies in the shale generation." Earlier in the day, he posted his plan on Medium. Bush's event was held under a large tent on a rainy afternoon. He arrived riding in a white pickup truck and as he spoke, some supporters sat in the back of two more pickup trucks positioned behind him. In his post, Bush argues that Clinton, a Democratic White House hopeful, "baldly politicized the government permitting process" by opposing construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. Clinton came out against the pipeline last week. During a recent campaign event in South Carolina, Bush mocked surprise in Clinton's decision. In calling for the federal government to yield to local officials and residents, Bush argued that states and tribes "are best able to weigh the benefits and costs of oil and gas de-
velopment." Environmental activists and Democrats panned Bush's proposal. "This plan promises voters the world, but the truth is that the world is exactly what it would sacrifice to fatten the wallets of dirty energy conglomerates," said Sierra Club political director Khalid Pitts in a statement. Bush unveiled his plan amid a significant development in the energy industry: Royal Dutch Shell announced Monday that it planned to indefinitely suspend Arctic drilling off the coast of Alaska after finding insufficient oil and gas in one of its exploratory wells, a move that encouraged environmental activists. Bush, who is trying to recover from a dip in the polls following the second televised presidential debate, will campaign on Wednesday in New Hampshire, a state widely seen as key to his chances of claiming the GOP nomination. Sean Sullivan has covered national politics for The Washington Post since 2012.
Western Pennsylvania Professional Centre 2112 North Franklin Drive Washington, PA 15301
Traffic Count on I-70 46,500 ADT
Pre-Construction Leases Available 10 Minutes from Southpointe, Avoid Traffic!
2,200 sq. ft. to 5,000 sq. ft. Available
High Traffic Location
c 2015 Google
Photos by Southpointe Telecom / Panoramic grouping by Brunner
Drones at Southpointe
Technology moves forward at a pace that is often faster than society can grasp. One example is the advent of CCTV video surveillance. We have very strict laws on audio (voice) wire tapping but the video recording of cameras in public places came about before anyone could react with privacy protection legislation. As a result, we still cannot record a third party conversation without legal permission from all parties in Pennsylvania but we can legally record a person in a public video. The average person is recorded up to 20 times per day at the donut shop, gas station, ATM, or even walking down the street.
OF SOUTHPOINTE II
This brings us to the subject of drones, especially with cameras mounted on them. They are technically referred to as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) by the Federal Aviation Administration. The FAA never anticipated the flood of unmanned aircraft, especially with prices that make it affordable to the average person. Added to this is the ability to fly one mile above the surface making them a hazard to existing aircraft. Our Southpointe Chamber Aviation Club member, Don Hodor, recently acquired the latest Phantom 3 with all the new software, gadgets and camera setup. This drone will fly up to 1.2 miles away and can be controlled using an onboard camera and full GPS tracking. As a service to members of the Southpointe Chamber
flying club, training and orientation classes are free to anyone interested in attending one of the flying club events. They are held monthly and simply register at email@example.com (Don and Dale Risker, President, are private pilots with current certification). Yes, under the FAA ruling, it is perfectly legal to fly a drone for hobby and training purposes if flown under 200 feet and no financial transaction is involved. With this thought in mind, the flying club is donating time for safety, lessons, training and information on this new technology. Any pictures taken with permission from the property owner are free as a byproduct.
Call Southpointe Telecom Technology (STT) Now! We solve all your computer, phone, internet, and security issues. Aerial photography available.
STT is a local business located in Southpointe. Call: 724-873-7777
See Page 31 for more information
1 Robinson Plaza Routes 22/30 & 60 Robinson Township 412-722-1555 Book your next event Today!!
Hickory Heights Golf Club
Find a home you will love with Pittsburgh’s #1 homebuilder
Open to the public!
Learn more at RyanHomesSPM.com
Call for tee times today! 412-257-0300 Just 20 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh 116 Hickory Heights Dr. Bridgeville, PA 15017
Facebook.com/ryanhomesdifference @RyanHomes1948 RyanHomes1948 YouTube.com/RyanHomes1948
18 21 20
©2015 Southpointe Total Media & Southpointe Telecom Technology The following content and map illustration are property of Southpointe Total Media & Southpointe Telecom Technology entities and may be only used with written permission of Southpointe Total Media & Southpointe Telecom Technology. 724-873-7777
22 23 15
w ado e Lan
Southpointe Map Board
..make yourself at home
All Copyrights Reserved - Southpointe Total Media & Southpointe Telecom Technology © 2015
See next page for map directory
Conveniently close to the Montour Trail, Shops, Restaurants, Rt. 79 and the Southpointe Golf Club.
400 Southpointe Blvd (Plaza I-Bldg. # 8 on Map) Pick-up Service available in Southpointe Call NOW to Reserve your next Rental Car at
AVIS – 724-743-0298 Budget – 724-746-7391
Now Leasing brand new 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartment homes
schedule an appointment today to visit our beautiful community 1000 Meadow Lane Canonsburg, PA 15317 724-338-2620
65 54 54 18 18 51 11 8 9 28 41 39 16 14 46 55 26 8 28 46 8 8 11 8 11 54 19 33 62 54 15 7 54 52 8 11 44 20 39 41 34 55 47 50 50 14 42 55 2 34 44 44 44 8 29 35 55 11 9 37 43 8 7 32 27 22 32 56 46 45 23 60 16 41
1400 Main Street -Luxury Suites 360Fly AAU Insurance Services, Inc. ABM Building Solutions with Linc Service ABM Franchising Group AccuTrex Products, Inc. Ad-Gen Solutions Adler Tank Rental Advantage Resourcing AES Drilling Fluids, LLC Air Force Health Professions Air Force Recruiting Squadron AJA Cigar Company Akman & Associates, P.C. Align Networks All Star Sports Bar & Grille Allied Oil & Gas Services, LLC American Destiny Real Estate Services American Geotechnical & Environmental Services, Inc. American Income Life Insurance Co/ Arias Agency Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc.- Dana L. Johnston, CRPC Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc.- Edward M. Poach III, CFP Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc.- Eric Sluss, CFP Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc.- Jeffrey N. Evans, CFP Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc.- Thomas A. Bouchard, CFP Amica Insurance Andritz Metals Inc. ANSYS, Inc ANSYS, Inc -Main Office Appalachian Producer Services, LLC Apria Healthcare Aqua Transfer & Oilfield Solutions ARM Group Inc. Auma Actuators Inc. AVIS Budget Car Rental B & Z Industries Inc. Bailey Technical Services Baker Hughes Incorporated Baltec Beaconsfield Financial Services, Inc Bear Construction Inc. Benchmark Wealth Management Big Square Solutions, Inc. Blvd Pub & Kitchen BodyTech Boord, Benchek & Associates Inc. BOP Land Services, LLC Bowles Rice Attorneys at Law Bradley Physical Therapy Clinic, Inc. Brant & Associates, P.C. Bryan & Bryan Partners Bryan Energy Management, LLC Brymone Management Inc Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC Bug-’O Systems International Bug-’O Systems International Burleson L.L.P. Burnett Oil Co, Inc C & J Energy Services CalFrac Well Services Corp. California University of Pennsylvania- Southpointe Center for Innovation Cameron International Capital Retirement Plan Services, Inc CDMG CentiMark Champion International Moving, Ltd. ChemSteel Cimation Claire Sergent Walls Legal Group Club Bistro II Columbia Gas of Pa. Columbia Midstream Community Bank Compliance Staffing Agency
60 45 45 44 55 30 36 9 1 3 18 44 25 38 9 44 46 7 47 26 43 4 55 44 9 2 6 66 8 12 54 10 17 8 15 15 59 44 2 11 7 44 46 46 2 50 44 9 18 8 8 8 23 2 21 23 20 55 5 53 61 39 48 11 11 50 15 54 7 67 17 5 11 43 47 11 11 2 15
Computer Aid Inc. Consol Employees Credit Union Consol Energy Corsa Coal Corporation Crazy Mocha Coffee Company Creehan & Company Creehan & Company (2nd Office) Crown Castle Engineering Crown Castle InternationalHeadquarters Crown Castle Midwest Area CurrentSAFE David B. Good, CPA Dawood Engineering, Inc. DCI Dialysis Clinic, Inc. Didier Energy Consulting Discovery Oil and Gas. LLC DPS Land Services Dr. Joseph Wateska, DMD DRA Taggart DTE Energy E.A.R.T.H. AcquisitionComplete Pipeline Development Eastern Palace EdgeMarc Energy Elysian Fields Farms Empire Energy E & P Energy Transfer Partners EQT Corporation EQT Corporation Express Energy Fairway at Southpointe Fairway Laboratories Family Wealth Management Federated Investors Fisher Associates Fives North American Combustion, Inc. FL Industries Fletcher Industries Flexsteel Pipeline Technologies, Inc. FMC Technologies For Sale by Inventor Forester Financial Services Inc. Fortune Financial Services FTS International Wireline GAI Consultants Galley’s Place Glass Wall Museum Good, Besselman and Priano Grant Street Asset Management Inc. GreenHomes Gregg Staffing Solutions Guckenheimer H Financial Management Halliburton Hatch Mott MacDonald Heeter Direct Hefren-Tillotson, Inc. Hershey Leasing Company Hi-Crush Partners LP Hilton Garden Inn Hogfathers Express Holiday Inn Express & Suites Pittsburgh SW - Southpointe Holloman Corporation Homewood Suites Horizon Hospitality Horizon Properties Group, LLC Iceoplex at Southpointe Inflection Energy, LLC innovations IPS Engineering/EPC Ironwood II J P Phillips Incorporated Jacksons Janney Montgomery Scott LLC Jim Bourbeau Land Service Inc. John T. Boyd Company Kascar HVAC Solutions, Inc. Kernick Architecture KORE Resources, Inc. Kvaerner NAC
17 Langan Engineering & Environmental Services 66 Langan Engineering & Environmental Services (Future Home) 66 Larkspur Land Services 44 Lenington and Parrino LLC 4 Liberty Dialysis 18 Linc Service 10 Lincoln Financial Advisors Corp. 16 Los Chiludos 56 Lumos Networks 41 M & T Bank 20 Mallett Technology 56 MarkWest Energy Partners, L.P. 15 Matrix NAC 44 McDonald Land Services,LLC 26 MCMC, LLC 10 MedExpress Administrative Offices 47 Metso Minerals Industries, Inc. 56 M-I SWACO 55 Modis 55 Montana’s Rib & Chophouse 11 Montgomery IP Associates, LLC 11 Montgomery Patent and Design 10 Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLC 10 Mosaic Consulting 43 Multiscope Document Solutions 57 Mylan Inc. 2 NABCO 9 Nabors Drilling Co. 9 National Oilwell Varco 54 Ness USA, Inc. 44 Networth Advisors 46 New Tech Global 17 Newpark Drilling Fluids 66 Nicholson Construction Company (Future Home) 8 Nine Energy Services 70 Noble Energy Inc 26 Northrop Grumman Corporation Information Systems 10 Norton Rose Fulbright 20 NovaCare Rehabilitation 23 NRG Energy 6 NVR Mortgage Finance, Inc. 43 Office of Senator Camera Bartolotta 55 On Pointe Dentistry - John C. McShane, D.M.D. (Future Home) 63 Overlook at Southpointe 55 PNC Bank Southpointe Town Center 11 PNC Investments LLC 14 Potter Financial Services 8 Primary Care ProfessionalsSouthpointe 18 Primetals Technologies Ltd. 41 Principle Energy Services 7 Printscape Imaging & Graphics 11 Protechnics 43 Purple Land Management North, LLC 46 Quail Tools 17 Quaker Capital Management Group 24 Quantapoint 24 QuestMark 44 R & M Investment Group LLC 47 R. J. Lee Group Inc. 53 Range Resources 66 RBC Wealth Management 66 Regus 9 Resource Environmental Solutions, LLC 47 Resultant Management Group 71 Rice Energy -Future Home 60 Rice Energy LP 68 Rice Energy LP (Corporate office) 9 Ridgetop Capital Partners 20 Right of Way Services, Inc. 44 ROC Service Co., LLC 17 Rockshelter Capital Management 46 Rockwater Energy Solutions 44 Russ Wellsite Services 55 Saga Hibachi Steakhouse & Sushi Bar 10 Sagemark Consulting 56 Schlumberger
15 42 44 66 9 28 26 8 56 44 7 44 8 13 44 43 44 55 44 43 44 60 17 6 55 25 32 2 31 8 11 4 26 54 11 11 18 47 17 6 55 16 44 2 64 55 43 2 2 55 55 9 14 26 47 11 54 25 40 49 17 42 41 11 46 39 35 66 69 26 9 18 50 56 46 55 55
SciCan, Inc Select Energy Services Selker Advisors RJFS Sentric Shenhua American Holdings Corporation Silver Creek Services, Inc. SingleSource Property Solutions Smith & Smith Attorneys Smith Bits Smith Butz LLC, Attys at Law Southpointe Dentistry Southpointe Energy Resource Group LLC Southpointe Financial Services Southpointe Golf Club Southpointe Industries Southpointe Marcellus Shale Chamber of Commerce Southpointe Marcellus Shale Chamber of Commerce SouthPointe Nails Southpointe Staffing Southpointe Telecom Technology Southpointe Telecom Technology Stallion Oilfield Services Stantec Consulting Inc. State Farm Insurance State Farm Insurance-Luckhardt Steptoe & Johnson PLLC Stevens Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC Strata Worldwide Strategic Advisors Inc. Stu Williams WSGR Subway SunTec Business Solutions, Inc Superior Appalachian Pipeline, LLC Superior Energy T.S. Dudley Land Company. Inc. TEGG Ten Four Social Tenaska Midstream Services. Inc. The AYCO Company, L.P. The Colorful Rooster The Cutting Edge Salon on the Green The Gateway Engineers, Inc. The Health Club at Southpointe The Reserve at Southpointe The Spa and Salon at Southpointe The Thrasher Group The Wellness Chiropractic Center Tisco Trading USA, Inc. Toscana Brick Oven Toscana Market Tug Hill Operating (TH Exploration LLC) U.F.C.W. Local 23 UBICS UBS Financial Services Inc. United Capital USG Insurance Services, Inc. Utility Service Partners, Inc. VACANT VACANT Venator Management VITAC Wallace & Pancher, Inc. Washington Co Chamber of Commerce Waynesburg University Weatherford International Ltd. Weld Tooling Corporation Wells Fargo Advisors WesBanco Inc. Western Land Services, Inc. Wild Well Control Willbros Engineering Windows R Us Wood Group Mustang Inc. WPX Energy Yum Yum Yogurt Zoup!
* Note: All Restaurants in Red*
ALL STAR SPORTS BAR & GRILL
THE COLORFUL CRAZY ROOSTER MOCHA GIFT COFFEE BOUTIQUE COMPANY
DENTAL CARE 3,250 SF
Asian Biz Consulting Grp (ABCg): Benefits Information Below are some of the profit-generating services we offer our customers. AWARENESS AND REVENUE Increase awareness of your brand (product/service), as well as attract NEW customers. This will be achieved through efficient management of the following key social media: 1. Facebook 2. Twitter 3. YouTube 4. Instagram
Develop a greater and better online presence for your product/service using YouTube.
Prepare a YouTube video/ presentation for you, featuring your product/ service.
Increase the number of “views” of your YouTube videos/presentations.
Facebook Business Page.
Create or improve your
2. Twitter Build or enhance your Twitter Page. Increase your “followers”.
Increase the number of customers who “like” your
“Tweet” on your behalf.
Like Facebook, use Twitter
Use Facebook as a tool for
to obtain NEW business
gaining NEW customers.
Implement an Instagram program for your product/ service.
Take pictures, make videos, and post them for you.
Monitor and analyze the effects of the pictures and/or videos by number of visitors, their comments, tags, etc..
ATTENTION: ASIAN BUSINESS OWNERS! Leverage new and high technology to improve your business performance!
At Asian Biz Consulting Grp (ABCg), we measure our success through the success of our customers! We do so much more than the key social media outlined above. For example, we can design a logo for your product/business, as well as a website. If you already have a website, we can increase the number of customers/potential customers who visit your website. Solving your major business issues is our main concern. We are here to help you succeed or become more successful! Contact us for a FREE evaluation.
Asian Biz Consulting Grp (ABCg)
Founder: Victor Cabiles firstname.lastname@example.org 412.863.5810 - Mobile
Attention: Asian Businesses! You are invited to join the Southpointe Marcellus Shale Chamber of Commerce for a discounted price! Please text the above # or send an email.
“Our goal is to help your business succeed!”
Washington County Airport’s Premier Full Service FBO www.skywardaviation.com
155 Airport Road Washington, PA 15301 1.800.707.1459 (toll free) 1.724.222.7799 (office) 1.724.222.7794 (fax) email@example.com
Backed by dreams and family values, Skyward Aviation team members have a unique mindset: “A family in harmony will prosper in everything.” When you partner with Skyward Aviation, you are another branch of the family tree! Whether it’s arranging a charter flight, purchasing an aircraft, or managing an aircraft, Skyward Aviation has an experienced team member committed to assisting you in all of your endeavors. Together we will build a relationship that gives you the benefit of immediate, personal service. The search for impeccable customer service and a trustworthy partner ends here. Call Skyward Aviation today to meet someone dedicated to your satisfaction.
Washington County Aviation Group Helps Students Discover Flying Our thanks goes out to Skyward Aviation, Senator Bartolotta, and Dale Risker, President of the Southpointe Chamber of Commerce for donating time, aircraft, fuel and leadership to students who won the flight simulator contest sponsored by California University of Southpointe Innovation Center. In 1993, Ronald Corrado fulfilled his dream of starting his own aviation business while also juggling a successful career as a cobra pilot and maintenance test officer for the United States Army. Although he loved serving his country, Ron was excited to begin a new chapter in his life that would promise plenty of both hard work and success. “Skyword” Aviation, as it was initially spelled, started out primarily as a helicopter business, offering rides, flight instruction, and aerial advertising. Not long after, Ron obtained a 421 Cessna and began building a charter fleet. With a growing fleet and business, Ron saw the need to hire more help, and who could be better than his own wife, Susan? With a background in banking, as well as travel and tourism, Sue started out as the office manager, receptionist, charter sales coordinator, and accounting department all in one! Skyward Aviation’s initial growth came with the demand for King Airs, air ambulance, and air shuttle services, but the company eventually found its niche in private jet charter. Since its founding, Skyward Aviation has grown as a family owned and operated company with the addition of Ron and Sue’s daughter, Brianna, joining the company (officially) in 2008. Merging her graphic design and sales backgrounds, Brianna brought a much needed “creative” facelift to the company. While continuing to do marketing and design, Brianna’s primary focus is customer service and charter flight scheduling. In working with the pilots on a daily basis, a romance blossomed between Brianna and Learjet captain, Steven Casciola, and they were married in 2011. Joining them at Skyward is Sue’s father, Bob, who is a jackof-all-trades. With the employee list now spanning four generations of family, the rest, as they say, is history! www.southpointe.net
Wolf Signs Bill Pushing Mine Water to Fracking
OCTOBER 8, 2015 | 7:37 PM BY REID FRAZIER
REID FRAZIER Mine water gets treated at the Blue Valley AMD Treatment Center, near Brockway, Pa. Treated mine water can be used to hydraulically fracture wells.
Gov. Tom Wolf signed into law Thursday a bill that could clear the way for more oil and gas companies to use treated mine water for fracking. The idea has been encouraged by the state Department of Environmental Protection, but there have been relatively few companies using the water to frack. Drillers have been reluctant to use the treated minewater because of concerns over liability. The way the law is written, drillers won’t worry that if they use any part of a mine’s discharge, the state’s Clean Streams Law could make them liable for all water in the mine, even polluted discharge they’re not using. The new Act 47 clarifies this issue, says State Sen. Camera Bartolotta (R-Greene County), the bill’s sponsor. Under the bill, a fracking company only assumes responsibility for the water it takes out of the coal mine. Gov. Tom Wolf spokesman Jeff Sheridan said the law could help clean up mine drainage in Pennsylvania. Abandoned mine drainage has polluted 5,000 miles of streams in the state. Using mine water for fracking was one of the recommendations from former Gov. Tom Corbett’s Marcellus Shale Advisory Commission as an environmentally friendly measure. In 2013, the Department of Environmental Protection issued a “white paper” to promote the practice. But environmentalists aren’t pleased with the new law. A coalition of environmental groups wrote a letter to Gov. Wolf urging him to veto the measure. Tracy Carluccio, of the Delaware Riverkeeper Network said the bill would lead to a
“raid” on the water from coal-mining impacted watersheds. “Even though that water is not pristine–it’s still treated to a certain level and kept in that watershed,” Carluccio said. “Those streams will never have the ability to be restored to health because they will not have the flow to sustain life.” Another concern of the environmental groups is the “letter of the law”. Carluccio says her group’s attorneys think the law could be interpreted to mean that fracking companies could also use untreated minewater to frack. But Sen. Bartolotta says that’s neither the intention nor the correct reading of the legislation. Bartolotta said she sponsored the bill so that fracking companies, who can use 4.4 million gallons of water to hydraulically fracture a single well, would use less water from cleaner rivers and streams. All environmental laws pertaining to spills and leaks still apply to the water. “Now the gas and oil industry doesn’t have to take that freshwater out and use it in fracking–to me it’s a win for the environment,” Bartolotta said. The new law takes effect in December.
We oﬀer corporate catering, onsite catering, holiday catering, executive lunches and much more! Call us today for a custom quote at (412) 973-1464 or email Cindy@cateringamerica.us
Guiding & Guarding We know how to communicate IT with our clients Leveraging years of experience and focusing on client communication, Shepherd Technologies is the premier Information Technology (IT) and Cloud Management Service Company at the forefront of technology and always just a phone call away.
Quality Limousine Service
Shepherd Technologies Managed IT Services Network Security Cloud-based Solutions Security User Training
(412) 741-0440 www.ShepherdTechCorp.com Info@ShepherdTechCorp.com
Full Service for:
The Diamond Lo
• Airport • Weddings • Proms • Anniversary • Bachelor • Concerts • Birthday • Bachelorette • Business • Sporting Events • Winery Tours • Custom Itinerary
Better than We do! CUSTOM MADE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS IN STOCK! Jewelry Designer
airport transportation complete *Restrictions Apply*
concert packages niagara, benedum, consol/ae *Restrictions Apply*
$100off limo outing (5hr limo pkg)
Visit us at our new location on McNeilly Rd. Available in smaller sizes!!
By DONALD DUFFY
412-527-LIMO(5466) w w w . q u a l i t y l i m o u s i n e .net
4120 Washington Road, McMurray
Like us on FB....DONALD DUFFY and MY DIAMOND JEWELRY STORE Quality Limo Southponte ad 2014.indd 1www.southpointe.net
Southpointe Magazine 4/29/14 359:26 PM
After months of rumors, Main Street in Southpointe has a complete selection of restaurants ranging from American Grille, Asian, Italian, and Mid-Western taste. Our mystery dinner made a visit to all four restaurants and Zoup (more of a grab a lunch venue). ALL STAR SPORTS BAR AND GRILLE: The first to arrive was All Star Sports Bar and Grille. This was the talk of Southpointe the week it opened. How can you lose with 25+ giant hi-def projector TV’s showing all sports channels, great house music and even private booths with your own TV? Great as a baby sitter while dad and mom enjoy the game. You even get your own remote control to pick Jr’s favorite cartoon. Let’s get to the food. Our mystery dinner ordered the perogies and a cheeseburger with chips. The chips are homemade in the kitchen and super tasty. Perogies smothered in onions had an ethnic taste. We were ready for the accordion player to come out. Highly recommended for bringing the gang for an evening of sports, great food and excitement. Service was quick. Food came out fast. TOSCANA BRICK OVEN: Toscana is a quieter place with authentic Italian cuisine
complete with wood fired brick oven. Excellent for flat bread and special dishes. Our mystery diner ordered the Shrimp Linguine. We were told by the waiter the noodles, sauce and spices are all made from scratch. The salad dressing was outstanding as well. Bread and dipping oil added the authentic Italian mode. The outside patio is strung with bare light bulbs, fountain and cozy courtyard. It’s hard to believe you’re not in Italy. Service was great and all dishes were tasty. SAGA HIBACHI STEAKHOUSE AND SUSHI BAR: Saga is the perfect place to take clients for an entertaining evening at the fireside hibachi grille. Chefs entertain with fluent skills with cutlery maneuvers without missing a beat (or extremities). The team has the routine down to a science making sure all get dishes of fish, shrimp, steak, chicken all cooked on one grille but somehow getting to the right plate at the right time. Great memories (or do they write it all down?). Of course it doesn’t get any hotter, or fresher than seconds from the grille to the plate. Saga also offers interesting desserts such as fried ice cream - you don’t want to go without trying it. Continued on Page 42
Keeping You Connected – Anywhere WITH
SATCOM Digital Networks’ Digistar VSAT broadband services connect customers in some of the most remote regions and provide multiple solutions to their communications needs. Digistar satellite broadband services can be deployed almost anywhere, making them ideal for business continuity and connectivity in remote, hard to reach locations or temporary sites.
Western Pennsylvania’s Only VSAT Gateway
• • • • • •
Turnkey Solutions customized to meet your requirements VoIP Platforms Disaster recovery Secure Voice and Data Video Internet Connections Connect all your locations on one satellite
Cranberry Uplink Center
The oil & gas industry demands efficient and reliable highthroughput connectivity to link their headquarters IT systems, technical experts, pipeline facilities and drilling platforms.
Our Network Operations Center provides support 24/7/365.
A-K Tent Rental
10 % off any party rental item 20 % off any Sunday rental 50 % off any concession machine with an inflatable, dunk tank, or summo suit rental Please visit www.aktentrental.com to view all products offered
Call Now For More Information!
Engineering Design for Water Resources A Critical Component of Marcellus & Utica Shale Drilling • • • • •
Water Storage Facilities Raw Water Intakes Hydraulic Modeling Pipeline Design Erosion & Sediment Control
• Impoundment/Pit Certification • Environmental • Permitting • Site Survey/Civil • Inspection & Materials Testing
135 Technology Drive, Suite 201, Southpointe, Canonsburg, PA Office: 724-485-7000 Toll Free: 800-273-6541 www.thrashereng.com www.southpointe.net
Shale News Continued From Page 17 “Even though the market for exporting liquefied natural gas become crowded, smaller companies now have a chance to enter the LNG market without investing the billions of dollars Cheniere spent on its nearly complete Sabin Pass terminal,” said Cheniere CEO Charif Souki at IHS CERAWeek in April in Houston. “Such micro-projects would not garner 20-year contracts and would likely reap poor profits at the start, a gamble not suitable for every energy investor, but the payoff down the road could be big.” More than 30 projects of various sizes are in the queue for federal approval to liquefy natural gas and export it to non-FTA countries to take advantage of abundant supplies of cheap natural gas from U.S. shale plays. However, due to the low price of oil, there’s been growing concern by potential investors that projects not already under construction will never get built. In addition, the demand for natural gas in Asia is no longer as robust as it once was, so it might be difficult for LNG exporters to secure enough customers to buy all the gas they want to sell.
Rental-Sales-Parts-Service-Delivery Dependable Equipment Today for You to Build a Better Tomorrow
24 HOUR EMERGENCY DELIVERY & PICK-UP AVAILABLE!
Authorized Distributor: Air Compressors Generators Light Towers 3038 Babcock Blvd Pittsburgh, PA 15237 Phone: 412.931.6655
135 Technology Drive, Southpointe Office space sub-lease in Southpointe.An excellent opportunity for 2,500 to 4,500 sq. ft. Option on furniture and cubicles. All in the center of Southpointe. Free utilities, free parking, kitchen, break area, elevator, door card access, CCTV cameras. Access to video studio and graphics department.
Contact us at 724-873-7777 or firstname.lastname@example.org 38
Office space off I-70 in Washington, PA Office space off I-70 in Washington, PA
Just 15 minutes from Southpointe area. Common full kitchen, conference room - all remodeled. Minutes from Crown Plaza mall, Restaurants County Airport. Free room off street Just 15 minutes from Southpointe area. Common and full kitchen, conference - allparking remodeled. Minutes from Crown Plaza mall, Restaurants and County Airport. Free off street offices are 12 x15 and 12 x 14: $600 per month (includes all utilities/common area parking fees/and more) Contact for more info: $3200.00 a month for12the whole unit or month $10/sq.(includes ft. offices are 12 x15 and x 14: $600 per all utilities/common area412-389-6991 fees/and more) 955 West Chestnut St. Washington, Pa 15301 Contact for more info: 412-389-6991 $3200.00 a month for the whole unit or $10/sq. ft.
955 West Chestnut St. Washington, Pa 15301
• Belgian Chocolate • Maple Walnut • Pecan Yurtle • Chocolate Walnut • Choc. Peanut Butter • Rocky Road • French Vanilla • Peanut Butter
• Rum Chata • Peach Brandy • Maple Bourbon • Strawberry Champagne Located in the Waterfront across from Panera Bread
Monday - Saturday 10am to 9 pm Sunday 12 pm to 6 pm Call Us Now (412) 689-2500
The Exotics! • Maple Walnut w/Bacon • Double Dark Chocolate • Penuche • Mint Chocolate • Chocolate Amaretto • Sea Salt Caramel • Pumpkin
• Cherry Cheesecake • Blueberry Cheesecake • Chocolate Cheesecake • Strawberry Shortcake
Unique Holiday Gift We can custom design to suit your needs Chocolate and Fudge is handmade, gourmet and always fresh
Southpointe Magazine 39 Southpointe Magazine 39
Eastern Palace Hilton Garden Inn Jacksons Subway Galley’s Place Southpointe Golf Club Los Chiludos Club Bistro @ Consol Energy Hogfathers @ Range Resources All Star Sports Bar & Grille Crazy Mocha Coffee Company Toscana Brick Oven Yum Yum Yogurt Zoup! Montana’s Rib & Chophouse Saga Hibachi Steakhouse & Sushi Bar Blvd Pub & Kitchen Vacant Bella Sera Vincents Big Jim’s Roadhouse Roadside Ribs & Perry’s Ice Cream Arleo’s Pizza New Hofbrau Alice’s Restaurant Vacant The Gyro Place Vocelli Pizza Three Guyz Pizza Piez LLC Big Fella’s Pizza Deli & Wings McGrogan’s Taproom Little Caesars Subway Sarris Candies Sam’s Pizza Shop Taco Bell Dunkin’ Donuts KFC Wai Wai Buffet & Grill Papa John’s Pizza Wendy’s Hog Fathers BBQ of Canonsburg McDonalds Pizza Hut Starbuck’s Sheetz Sonic King’s Family Resturant Donut Connection Benichopsticks Subway DQ Ollie’s Pizza Grande Italian Franco’s Trattoria
8 W. McMurray Rd
25 22 k
n lL el Rd
The following content and map illustration are property of Southpointe Total Media & Southpointe Telecom Technology entities and may be only used with written permission of Southpointe Total Media & Southpointe Telecom Technology. 724-873-7777
©2015 Southpointe Total Media & Southpointe Telecom Technology
Monthly Chamber Lunches Held Here
W. Pike St
19 20 17 18
1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 20 21 22 23 24 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 26 27 28 29 29 29 29 29 30 31
Rt 19 (Washington Rd)
Great Southern Shopping Center
Park Place at the Meadowlands
1155 Washington Pike Bridgeville, PA 15017
2112 Park Place Dr. Washington, PA 15301
35 35 36 37 38 39 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 41
Dine In • Take Out • Catering • Banquet Facilities
Check out our daily specials!
50 d) on R ingt 9 (W ash Rt 1
ash 9 (W
Bartram’s Bakery El Campesino Bean Curd Chinese Harry’s Pizza Panera Bread Jersey Mike’s Subs Max & Erma’s Starbuck’s Atria’s
31 32 32 32 32 32 33 34 35
Applebee’s Little Caesars (Inside Kmart) Aladdin’s Eatery Juniper Grill Damons’s (Future Home) Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza Giant Eagle (Salad Bar) 24 Hr. Grocery Hunan Inn Burger King Sirena Taco Joint & Bar Ichiban Hibachi Steakhouse & Grill Italian Village Pizza Rita’s Gelati Noodles & Company Peters Township
41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 54 55 55 56
Einstein Bros Bagels Chipotle Mexican Grill Sincerely Yogurt Bado’s Cucina Fiori’s Pizzaria McDonalds Mm Mm Pizza Vocelli Pizza Eat N’ Park Arby’s Wendy’s Bruegger’s Bagels Bob Evans Subway Dairy Queen Firehouse Subs Sharp Edge Brasserie Arlecchino Ristorante
41 E. McMurray Rd
OVER 50 PLACES TO EAT IN THE SOUTHPOINTE AREA
Shale News Continued From Page 20 Bentek. On Friday, Henry Hub traded at $2.70. Meanwhile, the In the short-term, gas production from the seven major Dominion South spot price in southwestern Pennsylvania clocked in at $1.17 and Leidy Hub in northcentral Pennsylva- shale regions is expected to slip for the first time. Shale production reached a high in May of 45.6 billion nia didn’t crack a dollar at 92 cents. For instance, in August, State College-based Rex Energy cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) and is expected to drop to 44.9 is planning to sell assets and partner up with other companies Bcf/d in September, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. to develop its remaining acreage as it hopes to weather the downturn in the oil and gas sector. The company also plans to “In each region, production of new wells is not large enough to offset production declines from existing, legacy continue to drill with a single rig through 2016. The lack of infrastructure has lead to a huge backlog of wells,” the EIA said. In the Marcellus, natural gas production is expected to wells that will drive production growth, even as drillers scale back. drop by 60 million cubic feet per day between August and “There are about 2,300 wells in the inventory, representing September. Stephanie Ritenbaugh: about 14 Bcf/d of trapped production,” Ms. Swedberg said on email@example.com or 412-263-4910. a webcast on Aug. 19. “When we look at that backlog well inventory, we expect production to grow through 2017 due to people bring those wells into the system,” she said. Continued from Page 36 In November, infrastructure projects should bring about 3.9 Bcf/d of new capacity to the Northeast, with production MONTANA’S RIB & CHOPHOUSE: forecasted to grow about 3.4 Bcf/d at that time, according to Montana’s stands alone from the other restaurants. Think ‘home cooking’ and you get the idea. Add to this, great steaks at affordable prices. Check out the outside patio with a big ‘bonfire’ you can sit around on colder nights. All safely contained in a gas grille with stone surroundings. On Saturdays and Sunday they offer a 10AM breakfast / brunch with an array of dishes ranging from basic eggs to Southern gravy and waffles. Prices are reasonable and service is superb.
Chamber Board and Staff
Chamber Staff and Board Members
Don Hodor Southpointe Chamber Founder, Executive Director, Telecommunications Engineer and Owner of Southpointe Telecom
International Relations Director & Staff Writer
Board Member Karl Skrypak Vice President and General Counsel, HyitaTech Consulting, LLC
Dale Risker President of Southpointe Chamber, Owner/Operator of World Wide Technical Services, Franchisor of Shake â€˜n Twist stores
Bill Griffin On Site, CCTV, Card Access, Phone System Technician, & Event Photographer
Board Member Bill Gardner Senior Business Systems Consultant with Amcom/ Xerox
Mike George Director of Technology Magazine Design and Layout, Network and Computer Repair, CCTV and Card Access Installation & Repair
Board Member Dr. Steve Morreale Physician specializing in geriatrics medicine & COPE Certified Health Coach
Board Member Joyce Salizzoni Channel Development Advisor PNC Wealth Management
Terry Caldwell Director of Business Development, Magazine Publications and Membership
Board Member Jim McDonald C.E.O / Chairman of Monaloh Basin Engineers
Board Member Ellie Nesser California University of Pennsylvania, Southpointe Campus www.southpointe.net
Brad Herman Director of Communications
Board Member Lou Gadani Distributor for Vernon Sales Marketing and Promotional Products
Scotti Mulert Ambassador for The Southpointe Chamber & Southpointe Jazz Club Southpointe Magazine
Southpointe & Marcellus Shale Directory & Quarterly Report is a quarterly magazine focused on the Southpointe industrial park in Western Pen...
Published on Oct 27, 2015
Southpointe & Marcellus Shale Directory & Quarterly Report is a quarterly magazine focused on the Southpointe industrial park in Western Pen...