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Under Wolf, Pennsylvania continues publishing disputed Marcellus job figures – StateImpact Pennsylvania

StateImpact PennsylvaniaUnder Wolf, Pennsylvania continues publishing disputed Marcellus job figuresStateImpact PennsylvaniaUnder a new administration, Pennsylvania's Department of Labor and Industry is continuing to publish gas industry jobs figures that have been repeatedly questioned by independent economists. Tim Kelsey is co-director of Penn State University's Center ...EPA analysis details water usage in fracking in PennsylvaniaPittsburgh Post-GazetteTexas, Pennsylvania Tops in Water Consumption For Oil/Gas Drilling, EPA FindsNatural Gas Intelligence (subscription)Pennsylvania drillers have used 11 billion gallons of water, EPA saysAkron Beacon Journal (blog)Tribune-Review -Newsworks.org -LancasterOnlineall 55 news articles » Continue reading

Oil Makes a Comeback in Pennsylvania – New York Times

New York TimesOil Makes a Comeback in PennsylvaniaNew York TimesIn the last decade, too, prospectors — this time mostly larger mining corporations — have come to seek a new Pennsylvania fuel bonanza in the Marcellus shale fields. While it may seem incongruous in the modern day, Pennsylvania was where the American ... Continue reading

Fracking Link? High Radon Levels Found in 300K Pennsylvania Homes – NBCNews.com

NBCNews.comFracking Link? High Radon Levels Found in 300K Pennsylvania HomesNBCNews.comLevels of radon, an invisible, odorless radioactive gas, have been rising measurably in Pennsylvania since the controversial practice of fracking started there, researchers reported Thursday. The study cannot directly link fracking with the raised ...Study links radon levels in Pennsylvania homes to frackingBaltimore Sun (blog)Increased levels of radon in Pennsylvania homes correspond to onset of frackingPhys.OrgStudy finds radon in Pennsylvania homes on the rise while Marcellus drilling ...FuelFix (blog)USA TODAYall 11 news articles » Continue reading

Study links radon levels in Pennsylvania homes to fracking – Baltimore Sun (blog)

Baltimore Sun (blog)Study links radon levels in Pennsylvania homes to frackingBaltimore Sun (blog)Pennsylvania already has relatively high levels of radon, a colorless, odorless gas. Produced by the decay of uranium, a radioactive mineral found in most soils, the gas seeps into homes and buildings and can reach dangerous levels in poorly ventilated ...Increased levels of radon in Pennsylvania homes correspond to onset of frackingPhys.OrgStudy finds radon in Pennsylvania homes on the rise while Marcellus drilling ...FuelFix (blog)Radon may be linked to fracking, researchers suspectColumbus Dispatchall 8 news articles » Continue reading

EPA analysis details water usage in fracking in Pennsylvania – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh Post-GazetteEPA analysis details water usage in fracking in PennsylvaniaPittsburgh Post-GazettePennsylvania is among the states that require oil and gas producers to use FracFocus to inform the public of the amount of water and chemical additives they use. However, the rules vary from state to state, and some do not require disclosure. Last ...Under Wolf, Pennsylvania continues publishing disputed Marcellus job figuresStateImpact PennsylvaniaPennsylvania drillers have used 11 billion gallons of water, EPA saysAkron Beacon Journal (blog)Experts guide vehicles over Pennsylvania's rural roads to gas wellsTribune-ReviewNewsworks.org -LancasterOnlineall 53 news articles » Continue reading

Pennsylvania looks into gas royalty question — for itself – Pittsburgh Business Times (blog)

Pennsylvania looks into gas royalty question -- for itselfPittsburgh Business Times (blog)StateImpact Pennsylvania offers more details of the work by the Pennsylvania Attorney General's office, the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and the Pennsylvania Game Commission. They're looking to see whether the state is getting what ... Continue reading

Pennsylvania shale drillers to release monthly reports on gas production – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

PennEnergyPennsylvania shale drillers to release monthly reports on gas productionPittsburgh Post-GazettePennsylvania's unconventional natural gas producers pulled 390 billion cubic feet of gas from the Marcellus Shale and other resource-rich rock layers in January, according to the first monthly production reports the companies filed with the Department ...Pennsylvania DEP Begins to Collect Monthly Natural Gas Production DataPR Newswire (press release)Pennsylvania's Unconventional Gas Production Still Climbing in JanuaryNatural Gas Intelligence (subscription)all 9 news articles » Continue reading

lawmakers dig in on natural gas severance tax – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh Post-Gazettelawmakers dig in on natural gas severance taxPittsburgh Post-GazettePennsylvania Republican lawmakers are maintaining a hardline stance against Gov. Tom Wolf's Marcellus Shale severance tax proposal, saying they won't discuss a tax until bills dealing with pensions and liquor privatization are settled. And with Mr ...Pennsylvania Troopers Oppose NominationOfficer.comPennsylvania counties seek to keep impact fee on shale oil and gas wellsPennEnergyTroopers group calls for governor to withdraw nominee for state police ...PennLive.comTribune-Reviewall 110 news articles » Continue reading

Pennsylvania counties seek to keep impact fee on shale wells – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

witf.orgPennsylvania counties seek to keep impact fee on shale wellsPittsburgh Post-GazetteHARRISBURG, Pa. — An organization of Pennsylvania's county commissioners is lining up against Gov. Tom Wolf's proposal to replace a fee on Marcellus Shale natural gas wells with a flat annual payment to the same recipients, primarily governments ...Counties seek to keep impact fee on shale wellsLancasterOnlineall 16 news articles » Continue reading

Natural gas industry criticizes Pennsylvania DEP – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

StateImpact PennsylvaniaNatural gas industry criticizes Pennsylvania DEPPittsburgh Post-GazetteRepresentatives of the Robinson-based Marcellus Shale Coalition and the Wexford-based Pennsylvania Independent Oil and Gas Association questioned the agency's legal authority to make some of its proposed changes, and criticized the DEP for offering ...Judge: Gas pipeline can cross holdout Pennsylvania propertiesTribune-ReviewGas industry slams DEP over new drilling rulesStateImpact Pennsylvaniaall 56 news articles » Continue reading