Marcellus Shale

Tropical Storm Lee deposited record-breaking rainwater in North and Central Pennsylvania on September 7, 2011.  Rivers, streams and creeks rose significantly over flood-plain levels ravaging bridges and roadways, engulfing properties and homes and drowning the landscape in approximately 19...
I sit, and read, and listen to the roar Of passing gas trucks up on forty-four; I fret and fume about my fractured fate, About the greed and graft in my home state. That Pennsylvania’s Representatives Care more for moneymaking than what lives Makes me despair and think that all is lost. “It’s jobs...
Operators Face March Deadline to Return Information HARRISBURG -- The Department of Environmental Protection this week alerted companies involved in unconventional natural gas development across Pennsylvania that they must submit to the agency data on their facilities’ air emissions for 2011. The...
    Breaking news in the gas hydraulic fracturing world! Marcellus shale gas industry seismologists recently divulged to the major news bureaus that, indeed, the rumor was true. Once the hydro-fracturing of the Marcellus and Utica shale deposits is completed (estimated by the year 2050), the...
HARRISBURG -- The Department of Environmental Protection is working to more consistently enforce natural gas drilling regulations in various regions of the state, DEP Secretary Mike Krancer said today. “From my first days on the job, I’ve repeatedly heard that DEP’s enforcement of our oil and gas...
The Fourth Marcellus Summit will be held November 16-18 in State College Real Issues, Balanced Perspectives: The 2011 Marcellus Summit will feature topics on real issues and provide a balanced perspective on shale gas development in the Appalachian Basin. The Interstate Oil & Gas Compact...
WILLIAMSPORT, Oct. 27 –  The House Democratic Policy Committee heard from several testifiers at a public hearing in Williamsport today regarding the impact gas drilling is having on landowner rights and the environment in Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale region.  State Reps. Rick Mirabito, D-Lycoming...
(A review of an economic impact study conducted by the Marcellus Shale Education and Training Center (MSETC)The information in this article is part of a larger economic impact study conducted by the Marcellus Shale Education and Training Center, which is a partnership of Penn College of Technology...
HARRISBURG - The Senate Urban Affairs and Housing Committee will hold a public hearing to seek testimony on how the natural gas industry is affecting the housing market, as well as the recent flood impact on housing in Lycoming County, according to committee Chairman State Senator Gene Yaw (R-...
The Citizens Marcellus Shale Commission, scheduled to hold five hearings across Pennsylvania to seek citizen perspectives on the Marcellus Shale, have postponed two of its last three meetings. Hearings in Williamsport and Towanda were postponed due to flooding; scheduling alternate dates is being...

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