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  • Elizabeth Forward High School welcomed a panel of Olympus Energy employees to the classroom this May to learn more about careers in the energy industry. The virtual career panel featured an attorney, a computer-aided design (CAD) professional, an engineer, and a supply chain professional who

  • Olympus Energy conducts leak detection and repair, commonly referred to as LDAR, on its production facilities, meter stations, and valve yards by utilizing both Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) with ground-based optical gas imaging (OGI) and ground surveys. OGI is an innovative thermal imaging technology that

  • Donna Kane knew she and her husband, Dan, needed help. The Plum senior couple was still recovering from the July 2019 storms that flooded many parts of Allegheny County. “My husband has a bad back, and because of that flood almost two years ago, my yard

  • One of the top executives of a Canonsburg-based natural gas production company provided a look inside its environmental, social and governance (ESG) strategy, saying it was fundamentally ingrained in how it did business and approached drilling wells.   Olympus Energy is a privately held company,

  • Please follow the link to view Olympus Energy’s first quarter 2021 newsletter.

  • Imagine: You and your children are spending the holidays in a domestic violence shelter where you have arrived with only the clothes on your backs. Or perhaps you are now living in safety but you’re working reduced hours at your job because of the COVID-19

  • Since 2012, Olympus Energy has worked to develop a premier position in the core Marcellus, Utica, and Upper Devonian basins of Southwestern Pennsylvania, assembling over 100,000 largely contiguous acres rich in natural gas resources. This operational footprint is home to families and businesses who enjoy

  • Olympus Energy is committed to serving as a steward of the community, which means prioritizing both the environment and the public’s health and safety. As part of this commitment, Olympus has donated $10,000 to the Mon/Yough Trail Council (MYTC) over the last two years. The Council

  • The Olympus Gratitude Project was launched in April 2020 to honor essential workers for their diligence in caring for the community amid the emergence of COVID-19 in Southwest Pennsylvania. A catalyst for goodwill and partnership with local businesses, the project aimed to brighten dark days

  • BY JENNIFER HOFFMANVICE PRESIDENT OF EHS & REGULATORY Prior to joining Olympus, Ms. Hoffman spent five years at Chesapeake Energy in the Regulatory Department, including time spent as Regulatory Director of the Northern Division, where her team was responsible for permitting and regulatory affairs activities

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