- 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: December 2011
Actor Mark Ruffalo and film director Josh Fox denounced a controversial form of gas drilling this morning at New York’s City Hall, where they collected water to bring to 11 Pennsylvania families whose tap water is flammable.
When one resident’s well exploded several months ago, the state investigated and found that faulty casings in the drilling well had caused methane to seep into local drinking wells.
A 27-year-old man from Temple, Ga., admitted to Pennsylvania State Police that he dumped approximately 800 gallons of dangerous materials from a Bradford County gas well site onto state game lands early Thursday morning, according to a press release from the Towanda barracks.