Environmental Impacts

Information on Marcellus Shale and natural gas, including environmental impacts such as seismic activity, invasive plants, light and noise, soil compaction, effects on forest habitat and wildlife. Knowledge on methane and hydraulic fracturing.

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FERC Busy With Pipeline Decisions - News News
FERC halts work on the Atlantic Coast pipeline and the Mountain Valley pipeline, dismisses environmental concerns on Sabal Trail review, and denies rehearing of PennEast pipeline opponents. More
Penn State
Unconventional Oil and Gas: Bringing Trusted Science to Decision-Making - Webinars Webinars
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Donna Vorhees, Director, Energy Research Program, Health Effects Institute, will discuss the Energy Research program and providing impartial science relevant to decision-making. More
Courtesy Penn State Extension
DEP Air Monitoring Study of Marcellus Sites Indicate Limited Impacts - News News
Long-term study collected data from five sites in southwestern Pennsylvania, measuring various pollutants associated with oil and gas operations. More
C. McKibben
Shale Gas Monitoring Report from PA DCNR Released - News News
DCNR Bureau of Forestry released the second monitoring report of shale gas development in the Pennsylvania Marcellus Shale fairway. More
Craig Williams
Agricultural Production and Shale Gas Development - Webinars Webinars

Agricultural Production and Shale Gas Development

01:00 PM - 02:00 PM, 11/15/2018

Free
Ph.D. Candidate Gretchen Sneegas will discuss research on perceptions of the long-term agricultural impacts from shale development in the Twin Tiers region of Pennsylvania and New York, two states that regulate unconventional gas in different ways. More
www.noaa.gov
Research Looks at Deep Sea Oil Biodegration - News News
Studies of major off-shore oil spills such as the Deepwater Horizon oil spill are important to determine long term effects at deeper levels. More
http://dc.medill.northwestern.edu
Integrated Vegetation Management a Plus for Pollinators and Pipelines - News News
Creating pollinator and wildlife habitats on rights-of-ways is beneficial to both the environment and industry More
Penn State MCOR
Study Monitors Groundwater Methane and Shale Gas Development Activity - News News
Yale researchers looked at groundwater quality over a two-year period to observe methane concentrations in developing shale region. More
Photo Credit: Bethany K. Kunz USGS
Potential Health Impacts of Oil and Gas Wastewater on Roads - News News
Penn State researchers simulated road spreading and runoff of conventional oil and gas wastewater often used on roads for deicing and dust suppression and impacts on the environment and human health. More
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Penn State Study: Water Quality Improves, Impacts Rare Near Shale Gas Wells - News News
Research indicates only possible methane in groundwater in seven out of 1,385 wells in Bradford County PA. More
Penn State Extension
NIH Grant to Study Fracking Particles Affect Cardiovascular Health - News News
West Virginia University professor to research if particulate matter emissions at hydraulic fracturing sites affects health differently than typical urban airborne particles. More
Delaware.gov
Report Provides Commercial Economic Viability of Pulling CO2 Out of Air - News News
Peer-reviewed study outlines the complete engineering process and cost breakdown for large-scale plant More
Courtesy Penn State Extension
New Natural Gas Permit to Reduce Methane Emissions in Pennsylvania - News News
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection finalized permits for new gas wells and processing facilities to go into effect August. More
https://mrdata.usgs.gov
Study Reveals Deep Faults Possible Source of Increased Seismic Activity - News News
New magnetic field maps show linear features that suggest ancient faults in vicinity of recent earthquake activity. More
www.transportation.gov
Pipeline Safety and Recognizing a Pipeline Leak - Articles Articles
Whether you are a homeowner digging a hole for a new tree, a farmer putting in fencing, or a contractor excavating for a project, it is required by law to call before you dig. More
Photo: Penn State Behrend
Biofuels Lab Opens at Penn State Behrend - News News
HERO BX, an Erie-based biodiesel company, has developed a $1 million research lab at Penn State Behrend's Knowledge Park. More
http://www.cs.unc.edu
Hydraulic Fracturing Ban in Australia’s Northern Tier Lifted - News News
After a 20-month moratorium, hydraulic fracturing will be allowed – following 135 recommendations. More
image: Ethan Rowland
TeenShale Network Learn From Mock Spill - News News
High school students learn firsthand in monitoring water quality around shale development. More
Courtesy Penn State Extension
Well Mechanical Integrity Data Available for Pennsylvania Wells - News News
DEP provides inspection data on conventional and unconventional oil and gas wells for the past four years. More
Courtesy Penn State College of Earth and Mineral Sciences
Underground Carbon Sequestration Research Funded by $2.5M Grant - News News
Penn State is part of study of real-time monitoring of an underground carbon sequestration grant. More
www.dmr.nd.gov
USGS Research Indicates Reservoir Sediment Viable for Frac Proppant - News News
Research looked at Missouri River Basin sediment and tested it for possible use as proppant in hydraulic fracturing operations. More
nrel.gov
GE Unveils Plan for Most Powerful Offshore Wind Turbine - News News
One Haliade-X 12 megawatt turbine will provide power for up to 5,000 households. More
Oklahoma Regulators Revise Rules for Earthquake Activity and Oil and Gas Operations
Oklahoma Regulators Revise Rules for Earthquake Activity and Oil and Gas Operations - News News
Oklahoma regulations are revised to address the increase in earthquakes linked to hydraulic fracturing process. More
Common Concerns About Water and Shale Gas Drilling
Common Concerns About Water and Shale Gas Drilling - Articles Articles
True or false questions about the Role of Water in Shale Gas Drilling in relation to the video. More
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Studies Look at Clean Energy Technologies - News News
The Ohio State University engineers are involved in various research projects to economically convert fossil fuels into electricity – without polluting the atmosphere. More
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