Last two board positions confirmed by Senate, the first time in two years there has been a complete board.
Greenhouse gas emissions from oil and gas production trends downward as production increases.
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM, 01/18/2018
Research indicates potential options for natural gas liquid storage areas in the OH/PA/WV area.
Anticipated heating and air conditioning in 2018 expected to increase use of natural gas, coal and petroleum.
New website provides a variety of data elements for participating states - all in one place!
Directive to prepare and publish revised draft regulations issued
Studies estimate there are over 3,000,000 abandoned wells in the US, and up to 750,000 in PA alone. Dr. Terry Engelder discusses determining the number of abandoned wells in PA
Penn State research shows non-native plants are rapidly invading Pennsylvania’s northern forests and links new invasions with shale gas development activity.
Zachary R. Barkley, M.S. Research Assistant and Thomas Lauvaux, Senior Research Associate, Meteorology, Penn State discuss their research on methane emissions from natural gas development.
Researchers have discovered that releasing treated hydraulic fracturing wastewater into area surface waters may have longer-lasting effects than originally thought.
Lillie A. Langlois, PhD Candidate, Brittingham Lab, Penn State, will discuss research on shale development and forest habitat.
Dr. James Freihaut, Penn State Architectural Engineering, will discuss the various paradigms on natural gas and energy in central and distributed power generation.
Richard L. Bowers, GSI Environmental, discusses the air quality study of large produced water disposal ponds.