Jobs in the Marcellus Industry

Jobs in the Marcellus Industry

Marcellus Shale Industry – A Look At Jobs, Descriptions and What’s Required

The booming Marcellus Shale industry across Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio and West Virginia has many wondering what types of jobs are out there as well as the type of training that’s needed. Regardless of skills and education Below is a breakdown of the jobs that are typical to the oil and gas industry, as well as descriptions and required education and/or experience. Keep in mind that hours and salaries can vary by employer.

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***Average salaries are taken from the United States Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics, as reported in Natural Gas Distribution, Pipeline Transportation of Natural Gas and Oil and Gas Extraction



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Ethane Cracker Plant

Shell recently announced that they will be building a $6 billion ethane cracker plant near Pittsburgh. This plant will boost employment, economic development, and commercial real estate, while encouraging more shale drilling throughout the region.


The upcoming construction of the new multi-billion dollar Shell ethane cracker plant in Beaver County, PA, means that there are unlimited opportunities for everyone who is involved in any aspect of regional business development. Marcellus Utica Connection is seeking strategic partners to launch marketing initiatives and connect the different industries that will most benefit during this time of unprecedented growth.