Bill Way: Innovation in the Cheat River watershed
Along a tree-lined stream in Preston County, the energy industry is changing the legacy that commerce leaves on our environment.
A multiyear effort to clean and restore Muddy Creek reflects today’s modern approach to American natural gas production — a collaboration between business, government and nonprofits — as well as a long-term commitment to sustainability and conservation that guides every decision of our company. And it represents a significant win for our neighbors and community partners in West Virginia.
At Southwestern Energy, a leading natural gas producer in the Appalachian Basin, it is a core value to ensure the health and safety of our workers while protecting our environment through continuous innovation and teamwork. Read Full Article - Charleston Gazette Mail, May 15, 2019