A Seminar for all interested in what's on the horizon for natural gas transportation
A new study from Penn State considers market values and real property tax bases in determining the impacts of Marcellus shale development in Pennsylvania counties and municipalities
With the recent report that a site has been selected along the Ohio River in the Beaver County community of Monaca for a “cracker plant,” what does that mean?
This new publication looks at to what extent Marcellus activity impacts Pennsylvania Schools
Penn State introduces a new online field guide that strives to help landowners, land managers, and gas companies understand terrestrial challenges facing shale gas development
Potential economic impacts of Marcellus shale development has mainly been at the state level, but how much of the economic benefits stay locally within a county?
Latest research brief on challenges and opportunities associated with Marcellus shale development as perceived by educational leaders
A Web-based seminar sponsored by Penn State Extension will examine municipalities' roles related to water use and protection in the face of burgeoning Marcellus Shale gas development in Pennsylvania.
Natural-gas development appears to be associated with falling dairy production in Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale region, but the exact reasons for the decline are unclear, according to researchers in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences.
This week's article is the last of a three-part series discussing liquified natural gas
Penn State is offering two special evening webinars, one geared for the public and one for local officials, on the Shale Impact Fee, or Act 13, that was signed into law on February 14th.
This week's article is the second of a three-part series discussing liquified natural gas
This week's article is the first of a three-part series discussing liquified natural gas
This month's webinar focuses on natural gas development and impacts on transportation.
The amount of natural gas reported in the Marcellus Shale has varied greatly. Learn what the differences are in these reports
The first Penn State Water Resources webinar of 2012 will take place this January 25th.
A Web-based seminar sponsored by Penn State Extension will examine seismic testing associated with Marcellus gas development in Pennsylvania.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) website can provide a wealth of information - if you know where to look for it.
The fourth business webinar series held this past fall is now available for review.