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Monday, July 15, 2013

Links for 7/15/13: Oilfield Work is Hard on Relationships, MarkWest Wants Localized Cracker Plant, and More

Common Dreams:  In 'Chilling' Ruling, Chevron Granted Access to Activists' Private Internet Data
Learn more about the backstory on this decision here and here

New York Times:  A Life That Can Fracture a Relationship   -  a look at the difficulties of maintaining a relationship when you work in the oilfields

The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register:  MarkWest Investing Billions  -  Midstream company lobbies for cracker plants in our region

The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register:  Land Conservancy Official Says Cooperation Is Key

The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register:  GreenHunter Decision on Hold Again   -  Wheeling commissioners refuse to vote on proposed water treatment facility until company jumps through every last hoop

John Hanger's Facts of the Day:  Gasland 2 & The PA Regulatory Story Not Told: Five New Regulations; Doubling Oversight Staff; 1200 Violations Issued In 2010

The Daily Jeffersonian:  Experts on Analyzing the Gas and Oil Industry Speak to Guernsey Energy Coalition

Oil & Gas Law Report:  Who Owns the Minerals Under Ohio Township Section 16?

SNL:  Controlling Operating Costs Seen as Key to Success in Shale Revolution

Washington Examiner:  Gasland Scandal Ignited at EPA

Shale Reporter:  What I saw at the Revolution *   -  An anti-driller's impressions of her time checking out the Bakken oil field region

Washington Free Beacon:  Keystone Pipeline’s Approval Could Spark Civil Disobedience

Press release:  Natural gas production jumps 27 percent for Range Resources

Platts:  Gasland Part II Takes New Swipe at Fracking   -  In another interview where the host guides Josh Fox from one talking point to the next, Fox puts forth the idea that he knows the science on fracking better than Stanford PHD recipient and Department of Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz



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