Showing posts from March, 2013

Former PA Governor Rendell Implores New York to Accept Fracking, Fails to Disclose His Own Industry Ties

Ohio EPA Chief Calls on Industry to "Self-Police"

Ohio Environmental Groups Calling New Shale Standards Pact an "Industry Scam"

ND Oil Patch Explosion Leaves 1 Dead, 1 Injured

West Virginia Prepared to Allow Forced Pooling Under Very Limited Circumstances

Utica Shale's Murky Oil Potential Continues to Cause Concerns

Extreme Environmental Groups Are Being Watched in Ohio

Multiple Media Outlets Incorrectly Connect Oklahoma Earthquakes to Fracking

Shale Gas Journalist Attempting to Revive Controversy in Dimock

Natural Gas Facility Receives Second Bomb Threat of Past Two Months

GreenHunter Fights Back Against Claims About Their Plans

7 New Permits Last Week, Including 4 for Carroll County

"Pipeliner with Eyeliner"

Mohican-Memorial Forest and Shrine Receive Contribution from Columbia Pipeline Group

Why Do Energy Companies Form Joint Ventures?

Belmont County Construction Company Focuses on Building for Oil & Gas Workers

Scientists Say 2011 Oklahoma Earthquake Linked to Injection Well

EPA’s Science Advisory Board Announces Independent Panel to Peer Review Agency’s Hydraulic Fracturing Research

New Techniques Look to Greatly Reduce Amount of Water Needed for Fracking; Sierra Club Says Its Not Good Enough

Wheeling Councilwoman Vows to Fight Brine Plant Because She Doesn't "Like All of This Fracking"

Wooster Company May Add 120 Workers and Receive Tax Credit

Oil & Gas Industry Using Technology to Address Driver Safety

FracTracker Expands Efforts to Track Water Quality in Shale Gas Regions

Utica Shale Picture to Become Clearer Soon

Neighborhood Well Watching Leading to Positive Communication Between Residents & Drillers

Models Suggest Oil Prices of Over $250 a Barrel By End of Decade

Links for 3/22/13 - Shale vs Coal, New Business in Harrison County, Sinkholes, and More

Environmental Groups Come Out Against Collaborative Attempt to Regulate Fracking

PA Court Documents Reveal Family Received $750K Settlement Without Any Medical Evidence to Support Claims

UPDATED: Secretary of Pennsylvania DEP Resignation Prompts Speculation