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.
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.
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.
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
Penn State research shows non-native plants are rapidly invading Pennsylvania’s northern forests and links new invasions with shale gas development activity.
Researchers have discovered that releasing treated hydraulic fracturing wastewater into area surface waters may have longer-lasting effects than originally thought.
The study looked at methane and benzene amounts in water wells in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas.
The U.S. Department of Energy is providing $20 million for cost-shared oil and gas research projects.
Two separate studies regarding methane and Marcellus shale have been released earlier this year, looking at methane concentrations and methane emissions.
The Institutes of Energy and the Environment (IEE) has announced the availability of seed grant funds focused on energy and the environment.