Video snippets from Penn State Public Broadcasting on various Marcellus questions
An exploration of natural gas drilling and development in the Marcellus Shale
Penn State University geologist Dr. Terry Engelder discusses the potential of other gas shale formations in the Northeastern US. June 23, 2010
Dr. Terry Engelder, Penn State University geologist, shares his thoughts on where the core producing areas of the Marcellus are. June 23, 2010
PSU geologist Dr. Terry Engelder discusses the range of production from Marcellus shale gas wells. June 23, 2010
Penn State University Geologist Dr. Terry Engelder discusses frac fluids and talks about the possibility of fluids migrating from the Marcellus shale into fresh water aquifers. June 22, 2010
Penn State Extension Educator Tom Murphy answers one of the most common questions heard. June 18, 2010
Bryan Swistock, Penn State Water Quality Extension Specialist, discusses a Penn State Study on the impact of Marcellus well drilling on nearby drinking water supplies. June 18, 2010
Bryan Swistock, Penn State Water Quality Extension Specialist, discusses the Marcellus shale regulations regarding drinking water in PA. June 18, 2010
Learn with Extension Educator, Tom Murphy, about the current level of activity, the Marcellus fairway, the number of Marcellus permits issued, and the number of wells drilled to date. June 11, 2010
A discussion about Marcellus shale in Pennsylvania and implications for natural gas development with Tom Murphy and Dave Messersmith, Penn State Extension Educators.
Extension Educator Tom Murphy explains the concept of production units and well spacing in the Marcellus shale in Pennsylvania. June 17, 2010
Bryan Swistock, Penn State Water Quality Extension Specialist, shares his recommendations for homeowners and landowners who are interested in testing their drinking water prior to Marcellus shale development occurring in their area. June 11, 2010
Tom Murphy, Penn State Extension Educator, provides considerations for landowners to think about when approached about a pipeline right-of-way on their property.
A conversation with Bryan Swistock, Penn State Water Quality Extension Specialist, on waste water that is produced by the Marcellus industry and options for treatment. June 11, 2010
An interview with Ross Pifer, Director of Penn State Dickinson Law School on the legal implications of Marcellus Shale