- Fracking Chemicals could migrate toward drinking water supplies
- U.S. EPA adopts first air rules on fracking, but drillers have until 2015 to comply
- New Report by Agency Lowers Estimates of Natural Gas in U.S.
- WV Water Research Institute Videos
- Will our natural gas boom help us?
- The Coal Age Nears Its End
- Appalachia Midstream Fined for Albany Township (PA) Violations
- Report urges increase in severance taxes
Monthly Archives: October 2011
Members of Morgan County’s Marcellus Shale Committee took a fact-finding trip to shale drilling and gas well operations in Wetzel County on Saturday, October 15. Read the article in The Morgan Messenger,
A mysterious fish-kill in Dunkard Creek may have been the result of wastewater from hydraulic fracturing of shale for natural gas. Read the article in Scientific American.
View a map of WVa issued shale drilling permits. Click on the map, then use the magnifying glass to zoom into the map. View the map
ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania environmental regulators announced Wednesday they have given permission to a natural-gas driller to stop delivering replacement water to residents whose drinking water wells were tainted with methane. Read the article in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette