CNX Resources Corporation (NYSE: CNX) is a premier, ultra-low carbon intensive natural gas development, production, midstream, and technology company centered in Appalachia—one of the most energy abundant regions in the world. With the benefit of a 160-year regional legacy, substantial asset base, leading core operational competencies, technology development and innovation, and astute capital allocation methodologies, we responsibly develop our resources and deploy free cash flow to create long-term per share value for our shareholders, employees, and the communities where we operate. Additional information is available at


Where We Live, Work, and Play

For 160 years, CNX has been a cornerstone of the communities where we operate. We bolster the local economy by responsibly developing affordable energy, hiring local businesses, employing a local workforce, and providing family sustaining wages.

Operated assets primarily include the Marcellus and Utica shale in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia and waste coal mine methane capture and coal bed methane operations in Virginia, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.

CNX designs, builds, and operates natural gas gathering systems to move gas from the wellhead to interstate pipelines or other local sales points. CNX owns or operates approximately 2,700 miles of natural gas gathering pipelines and a number of natural gas processing facilities. CNX Water efficiently manages water transfer, evaluates emerging treatment technologies, and takes a strategic approach to third-party water sales. CNX Water is uniquely positioned in the Appalachian Basin, with multiple water sources and water pipelines to effectively serve the company's operational needs while providing opportunity for third-party sales and community co-benefits.

Officially launched in 2021, CNX New Technologies business unit develops proprietary technology for vertical and horizontal business growth that is rooted in the company’s extensive legacy asset base, intellectual assets, and innovative tradition. The group is focused on waste methane capture and abatement, automating and lowering emissions in the oil and gas life cycle, as well as forging strategic partnerships for the use of low carbon intensity feedstocks and the creation of derivative products in transportation fuels, manufacturing processes, and other markets.

Contact Details

For any questions regarding CNX’s Corporate Sustainability program, this report or its contents, please contact Brian Aiello, Vice President—External Relations at or Hayley Scott, Chief Risk Officer at