Natural Gas Impact Fee Revenue Expected To Rise This Year

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After hitting a record low last year, natural gas impact fee revenue is expected to rise this year.

LINDSAY LAZARSKI/WHYY After hitting a record low last year, natural gas impact fee revenue is expected to rise this year.

Pennsylvania is expected to bring in $46.1 million more this year from natural gas impact fees, according to an estimate published Wednesday by the state’s Independent Fiscal Office.

The IFO predicts the fees will raise $219.4 million — a nearly 27 percent increase from last year, when fee revenue hit a record low.

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