All Energy, All the Time

Here comes the sun

Sep 10, 2015 It’s been 4 months since I moved from the petroleum side of PennEnergy.com to the Power side, and it has been an adjustment. Instead of championing the tried-n-true oil & gas in...

Weekend Fun, PennEnergy Style

Sep 10, 2015 For many of you, summer is ending, school is starting, weather is shifting, and change is in the air. For all of you, the weekend is nigh. About a year ago I decided to start wa...

Career Moves, Introduction, the Future of PennEnergy and You

Aug 7, 2015 It is rumored that when Michelangelo was on his deathbed he looked up to his caregivers and proclaimed, “Ancora Imparo.” That translates into “Yet, I still learn.” I am a 40-s...

New Voices

Jun 4, 2015 We have a new intern at PennEnergy. You won’t hear from her much, at least not right away, because right now she’s learning everything she can about the industry. No big deal, ...

What’s Next?

May 21, 2015 There used to be a fantastic drama on television called “The West Wing,” about a sitting president and his advisory cabinet. Played by the venerable Martin Sheen, the man occupy...

On Compromises

May 14, 2015 Energy has value across so many imperatives, but is compromise necessary to support the industries that power our lives? This is a question that has emerged both personally and...

IT Professionals Can Make It Big in Energy

Apr 30, 2015 In my last post, I spoke to the increasing role of technology in the energy sectors and how these advances could serve the industry by revitalizing interest and paving the way ...

Something old, something new

Apr 9, 2015 The push and pull between industry and regulation is constant, and I’m okay with that. I want industry to find the most economical and profitable way to conduct business, and I...

Technology can bring Energy's Sexy Back

Apr 2, 2015 If I invited you to look into a field that's driving major technological advancements and rapidly evolving, would you think energy? That’s right, energy. As in electric power a...

Mining Legacy Knowledge in the Energy Industry

Mar 19, 2015 Baby boomers are retiring from the energy industry in droves, threatening to leave the industry understaffed and inexperienced. But, there may be a way to help slow the bleedin...
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Joey Mechelle Stenner, PennEnergy Editor

The future of energy is dependent on what is happening today. From exploration, development and production of our oil and natural gas assets, to power generation -- be it coal, natural gas, nuclear or renewable -- this blog will focus on how today's news is affecting tomorrow's energy outlook.