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.
Penn State is part of study of real-time monitoring of an underground carbon sequestration grant.
Research looked at Missouri River Basin sediment and tested it for possible use as proppant in hydraulic fracturing operations.
One Haliade-X 12 megawatt turbine will provide power for up to 5,000 households.
Oklahoma regulations are revised to address the increase in earthquakes linked to hydraulic fracturing process.
Shale Network is an academia-driven project to provide open dialogue on water quality and fracking
Research indicates limited ancient methane makes it to surface waters.
The National Petroleum Reserve–Alaska and adjacent areas are estimated to have higher energy reserves than previously reported.
Partnership includes 26 natural gas and oil producers to voluntarily reduce methane and VOC emissions.
Amendment proposes to permanently prohibit high-volume hydraulic fracturing from the Delaware River Basin as well as other restrictions.