Bee Boxes on PA State Game Lands Prove Successful for Native Species

Energy Transfer has worked alongside the Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC) for a number of years, successfully coordinating Mariner East pipeline construction beneath seven State Game Lands and restoring the right-of-way. Beyond construction and restoration, we have...

Preserving Pennsylvania in Honor of Earth Day

Energy Transfer is committed to conserving and protecting Pennsylvania’s natural resources, and each spring we participate in a number of efforts in honor of Earth Day. This year, we returned to Loyalhanna Lake and Raystown Lake to assist the U.S. Army Corps of...

From Claymont to Marcus Hook, Bill Kelly Is Central to Fire Safety

For the past half-century, Bill Kelly has been a central figure in protecting the Marcus Hook and Claymont communities.  In 1970, 16-year-old Bill joined the Claymont Fire Department as soon as he was eligible, following in his father’s footsteps. He went to his first...

March Marks 120 Years Since First Crude Oil Shipment at Marcus Hook

On March 21, 1902, the first shipment of crude oil was delivered by the SS Paraguay to the Marcus Hook Refinery from Texas’ Spindletop oil field.A lot has changed in the last 120 years: the Marcus Hook Terminal is no longer a refinery for breaking down petroleum...

Marcus Hook Caverns: Then and Now

Did you know Marcus Hook is home to one of the largest underground fuel storage facilities on the East Coast? Hundreds of feet below-ground at the Energy Transfer Marcus Hook Terminal lie five caverns storing butane, propane and propylene. Built beginning in the late...

A Day in the Life of a Pipeliner

‘Pipelines Are In Our Blood’ Arnie has worked as a pipeliner for Energy Transfer subsidiary Sunoco Pipeline for 36 years after learning everything he could from his father, Stanley. Stanley Rychlicki began walking pipelines in 1950 for Atlantic Pipeline...