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Gas drillers would have to provide more information about chemicals they use and improve casings to protect groundwater from contamination under rules state environmental regulators plan to vote on today.
PHILADELPHIA (October 8, 2010) â€“ Registration is now open on-line for the 14th National Brownfields Conference, scheduled for April 3-5, 2011 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. Co-sponsored by U.S
The expenditure of $17 million on a golf course and clubhouse by the trustees of the Hershey School - just one of a number of land deals costing tens of millions of dollars made in the last six years - has resulted in an investigation by the Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General.
Many folks here have begun to worry whether the recent natural gas pipeline explosion that cost lives and destroyed homes in San Bruno, Calif., could happen here in Pennsylvania.
Democratic gubernatorial nominee Dan Onorato would support Marcellus Shale tax that is the 'average' of all other states
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Dan Onorato said today that he would set a Marcellus Shale severance tax rate at the average of the rates of the other 20 states that have a tax on natural gas drilling.
A Pennsylvania State Police crackdown last week on commercial vehicles hauling wastewater from Marcellus Shale gas drilling sites resulted in hundreds of citations and 208 trucks taken off the road.
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A battle involving individual property rights and the huge stockpiles of natural gas under much of the state is brewing in the Legislature.
Josh Fox, meet Aaron Price. Fox's anti-drilling documentary film "Gasland" has had enormous influence on the debate over drilling for gas in Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale.