A new five-part program to help local businesses understand and take advantage of opportunities arising from the development of the Marcellus Shale
A study just released that looks at items not previously considered in the economic impact of natural gas development.
Considerations when the landman calls and is interested in leasing your land.
Learn more about the ShaleNET Grant and opportunities it provides.
Margaret Brittingham, Penn State Wildlife Resource professor will discuss research on Marcellus activity and wildlife
A synopsis on the settlement
Seed grant provides research based information on fiscal impacts
The Marcellus Shale Education and Training Center (MSETC) recently released a workforce assessment study to help estimate the direct workforce requirements in the Marcellus shale.
Over the past several weeks, we have focused on information presented at recent public forums that addressed protection and testing of private drinking water supplies near areas where natural gas drilling is occurring. Bryan Swistock, water resource extension specialist with Penn State’s School of Forest Resources, Dan Vilello with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), and Jim Ladlee from the Clinton County Extension Office, fielded the following questions. (The Department of Environmental Protection responses were submitted by the North Central Region Oil and Gas Program Manager).
Learn more about natural gas pipeline in next week's webinar
Part two of a two-part article on considerations for private drinking water wells and natural gas drilling
Part one of a two-part article on considerations for private drinking water wells and natural gas drilling
This article provides insight to what municipalities need to consider for posting and bonding roads.
A recent impact study indicates a positive effect on business activity due to Marcellus shale activity
Re-invest your Marcellus windfall into your woodlands.
DEP Nick Lazor discusses the Pennsylvania Marcellus shale short-term ambient air sampling project in this month's webinar Thursday
A look at Marcellus and other shales in Pennsylvania
Erosion and sediment pollution control is an important factor in maintaining the quality of our waterways and plays a major role in natural gas development.
Recent publications to help understand Marcellus development regarding wastewater and water-related regulations
Natural gas development affects various industries in the state, as this month's webinar illustrates the impacts on landfills in the area.