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    More than
    125 years

    EQT Corporation's role in the natural gas industry goes back more than a century to the days of renowned inventor and businessman George Westinghouse. This visionary entrepreneur understood how important natural gas could be to industrial growth in Pittsburgh and beyond. As the energy industry changed, the company expanded into the entity now known as EQT.
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    All about

    EQT's primary business segments - Production and Midstream - span communities throughout Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, and Virginia. We pride ourselves on having a superior safety record and delivering shareholder value for our investors.
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    Being a
    Good Neighbor

    For more than a century, social responsibility has sustained EQT as a vital asset in the regions where we operate. We believe this commitment helps provide us with a social license to operate, so we work hard to integrate it into all aspects of our business.
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    EQT is one of the few operators in our industry that touches almost every aspect of the natural gas value chain. From this unique vantage point, we have been able to develop and implement standards for integrated sustainability that consider the needs and concerns of a very diverse community of stakeholders.
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    A Top Place
    to Work

    Our employees play an integral role in EQT's success as a respected partner in the communities where we operate. We have a culture that fosters personal and professional growth, and we look for prospective employees that share our vision and commitment.


EQT is one of the few U.S.-based energy companies to report sustainability performance using Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) guidelines.

Visit Sustainability Reporting to read or download the report.


EQT operations provide significant economic impact to the regions where we do business. To learn more, visit Positive Economic Impact.

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What's New At EQT?

1st Quarter 2014 Earnings Call
April 24 at 10:30 a.m.
Listen to the live audio webcast