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Pennsylvania DEP, midstate officials differ on amount of fuel spilled into Juniata, Susquehanna rivers
As gasoline and diesel fuel flowed into the Juniata and Susquehanna rivers Tuesday following a tanker truck accident near Duncannon, one of the first priorities was making sure it did not contaminate midstate drinking water.
"A natural gas rig in southwestern Pennsylvania." Image credit:New York Times, via Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg NewsThe Pennsylvania natural gas 'fracing' royalty settlement described in the post headline is explained concisely in the opener from the Pittsburgh Post Gazette coverage: "Some 2,000 landowners in Pennsylvania will receive a share of $1.75 million and could get as much as $20 million ov...
Tragically, two people were killed on Friday when a gas well exploded in Indiana Township, Pennsylvania. Black smoke belched from the well for hours, and firefighters are still at the scene trying to salvage the area. The well is situated...
Some 2,000 landowners in Pennsylvania will receive a share of $1.75 million and could get as much as $20 million over the next few years as part of the settlement of a federal class-action suit against a Texas-based gas company drilling in the Marcellus Shale.
Concerns about the risk of water contamination and public health problems from Marcellus Shale drilling dominated a sometimes loud U.S. Environmental Protection Agency hearing in Canonsburg attended by 1,200 people Thursday night.
AP - Some of the dozens of people speaking at a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency hearing in southwestern Pennsylvania say a natural gas drilling technique that involves pumping chemical-laced water deep into the earth has poisoned them or their well water.
AP - Dozens of people are expected to attend a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency hearing in southwestern Pennsylvania on a controversial natural gas drilling technique called hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking."
Photo by Horia VarlanAccording to Amazon, e-books are outpacing hardcover books by around 50%, with about 143 e-books sold for every 100 hardcovers on average over the past three months, and 180 e-books sold for every 100 hardcovers last month. The company pins it on the lower price point for Kindle devices, saying it has reached a tipping point and e-books are set to take over. But there's an ...
I don't know when America got to the point where someone can pour 590 chemicals into the ground with impunity -- where we have to argue for our right to know what's in our water and to protect our families.
HARRISBURG, Pa. â€” So vast is the wealth of natural gas locked into dense rock deep beneath Pennsylvania, New York, West Virginia and Ohio that...