Continuing to Educate Elected Officials and the Benefits of Domestic Energy Production

This past October, we kicked off a lawmaker education series where we publicly invited all candidates running for Pennsylvania Governor and Senate to Northeast Pennsylvania. We’ve had numerous lawmakers visit with us since then, but there’s still work to be done before registered voters head to the polls for the General Election on November 8th. 

Each candidate begins their visit with the Lackawanna College School of Petroleum & Natural Gas to learn about their hands-on programs. We then take them into the field to tour our active drilling, completions, and production sites. This experience showcases the innovative technology and safety protocols employed across our operations. Their days end with a roundtable discussion coordinated by the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce. Community leaders and business leaders who are chamber members have the opportunity to ask questions on policy concerns. They also share how the energy industry has revitalized their small communities.

The Primary Election may be behind us, but we must continue to connect with candidates of all parties and introduce them to the benefits of abundant and affordable natural gas. Please see the slideshow below for a look at those who have already visited us. 

  • Lou Barletta visits NEPA
  • Guy Ciarrocchi Visits NEPA
  • Jake Corman at Round Table with Community Members
  • Jason Richey visits NEPA to talk about energy jobs
George Stark

George is the Director of External Affairs at Coterra Energy. He is responsible for managing all public relations, community outreach, advertising and political affairs for the company. Prior to working with Coterra, George held numerous public policy, public relations and governmental affairs positions in both Pennsylvania and Maryland. George graduated from Dickinson College in Pennsylvania with a degree in Political Science.

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