Pennsylvania’s 12th Congressional District is home to some of the most abundant natural gas and energy resources in the entire world. Thanks to home-grown energy resources produced in central and northeastern Pennsylvania, the United States is a net exporter of natural gas and is set to be a net exporter of energy. On top of that, our district has seen significant economic gains as a result of our energy resources. There are also significant national security benefits of the United States being able to supply its own energy and energy to our allies. That’s why it is incumbent upon lawmakers to continue to incentivize the growth of our home-grown energy industry, work with employers to build downstream businesses, and continue the great community partnerships seen across Pennsylvania.
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Congressman Fred Keller (R-Pa. 12) believes there’s a lack of transparency in the current impeachment inquiry being carried out surrounding President Donald Trump’s contact with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and allegations Trump had aid to the nation withheld while asking the Ukrainians to investigate Hunter Biden’s business dealings in the country.
Keller was the guest speaker during Monday’s Susquehanna Valley Conservatives meeting. He commented briefly on the impeachment inquiry during his remarks.
LEWISBURG — A large audience of more than 120 area residents filled the Col. John Kelly room on Monday night at the Country Cupboard to hear U.S. Congressman Fred Keller speak on a wide variety of subjects, such as Syria, healthcare, climate change and gun control.
Keller, who represents Pennsylvania's 12th Congressional District, was the guest speaker at the Susquehanna Valley Conservatives monthly meeting.
While 2020 Democrat Presidential contenders and socialists in the halls of the United States Congress are trying to find ways to ban fossil fuels, kill American jobs, and weaken America’s status in the world, Pennsylvania and our energy producers are growing our state’s economy and enhancing our national security by priming the United States to be a net energy exporter.
A decade ago, when Pennsylvania was facing the Great Recession and the decline of its industrial sector, the natural gas industry held up, creating thousands of good-paying jobs.
MILL HALL — United States Rep. Fred Keller (R-Kreamer) touched on a myriad of topics at Thursday’s Eggs and Issues, which was held at Hayood’s On the Green at the Clinton County Country Club.
Keller, who was elected in May to the House’s 12th District seat vacated by Tom Marino, talked about local issues such as the Interstate 99 corridor and national issues such as trade with China. Following his prepared speech, Keller took questions from those in the audience on a wide variety of topics.
Congressman Fred Keller rounded out the summer district work period by focusing on energy and workforce development: issues repeatedly noted by constituents as areas of focus, among others, they would like Congressman Keller to prioritize when in Congress.
On Wednesday, Congressman Keller was the keynote speaker at a “Think About Energy” event in Lewisburg put on by Cabot Oil & Gas and hosted by the Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce.
In case you missed it, Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) made front page news in the Williamsport Sun-Gazette Thursday following a sit-down interview with the newspaper’s editorial board that focused on his work travelling to all 15 counties in the district multiple times and what he plans on taking back to Washington from the district work period.
Here are some highlights from the article:
LEWISBURG — Export of natural gas from Pennsylvania could strengthen American alliances abroad.
So noted Congressman Fred Keller (R-Pa. 12) at the Think About Energy Briefing held Wednesday at Country Cupboard. Speakers at the event hosted by the Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce also included members of the natural gas and related industries.
LEWISBURG — Leaders in energy provided a positive outlook for the Valley during an energy briefing in Lewisburg on Wednesday,
The Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce hosted a Think About Energy Briefing with George Stark, of Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation; Joe McGinn, of Energy Transfer; Joe Lloyd, of Panda Power; and U.S. Rep. Fred Keller (R-12). The program at Country Cupboard was designed by the chamber to provide an understanding of the economic and environmental opportunities afforded by Pennsylvania and the Appalachian Region's natural gas reserves.
With Congress in the midst of its annual late-summer recess, U.S. Rep. Fred Keller, R-Kreamer, said he’s using the time to further learn the concerns and needs of the 12th House District.
“It is a work month,” Keller said during a stop Tuesday at the Sun-Gazette.
Keller, elected in May to the House seat vacated by Tom Marino, is visiting communities, businesses and organizations in the region.
It’s all part of the process, he said, of helping to craft legislation back in Washington.
“We’ve made it our mission to be made available,” he said.
Congressman Fred Keller (PA-12) started off his fourth week of the district work period by touring Cabot Oil & Gas’s operations in Susquehanna County where he learned about the company’s significant partnerships with local job creators, educational institutions, and local government.
Susquehanna County is one of the country’s largest producers of natural gas and is home to Cabot’s operations in northeastern Pennsylvania.