Pennsylvania DEP Still Investigating Dimock Wells

As the EPA continues to roll out results from testing the water from various wells in Dimock, PA and those results continue to consistently reveal no hazardous conditions, the Pennsylvania Department of Energy is also not backing away from the situation.

A new report now shows the the PA DEP is monitoring two water wells near Cabot Oil and Gas' Greenwood 1 well.  Cabot recently added more cement in the casing of the well, and if the methane levels in the nearby water wells drop it will be obvious that Cabot's Greenwood 1 well is the cause.  If the methane levels do not drop, the investigation of why they are elevated will have to go in a different direction.

Read more from the Times Tribune by clicking here.

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