Penn State Extension
Penn State Extension
Midstream infrastructure development has increased substantially over the past five years. How long will the trend continue to climb?
The US Interior Department announced the Wolfcamp Shale and Bone Spring Formation layers in the Delaware sub-basin of the Permian hold the most oil and gas resources ever assessed.
Penn State researchers offer a critical assessment from the perspective of economic theory and engineering fundamentals from previous assessments in considering the future of nuclear generation plants.
Penn State scientists identify chemical clues that can distinguish methane migration related to shale gas development from methane that was pre-existing.
Over $2.6 million in grants awarded to municipalities and business for clean energy vehicle projects.
A super-absorbent material developed by Penn State scientists could dramatically reduce the environmental impact of oil spills on oceans and allow recovered oil to be refined normally.
The Basin Methane Reconciliation Study identifies the possible gap between top-down aircraft measurements and bottom-up ground methane calculations from natural gas facilities and equipment.
Recent Penn State and Union College research indicates elevated concentrations of strontium in freshwater mussels downstream from oil and gas wastewater disposal sites.
Regulatory and industry representatives will discuss how orphan and abandoned wells are addressed in the Commonwealth.
Interactive map highlights areas of ecological significance to consider for pipeline construction in the Delaware River Basin.
Four-year study finds no link between methane in water wells outside Fort Worth and natural gas operations in the Barnett Shale.
According to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA), coal is the most used electricity generation source by state in 2017, followed by natural gas.
According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), U.S. energy-related carbon dioxide emissions declined from 2016 levels, mainly due to decreasing coal emissions.
Opportunity for students and industry leaders to network and explore current Penn State research.
Seth Pelepko, PA DEP, and Luke Plants, Plants and Goodwin, Inc. will discuss the process and issues in decommissioning orphan and abandoned wells in the Commonwealth.
Ross Pifer, with Penn State Law, will discuss background of rule of capture and recent court decisions in PA, and what these legal proceedings could mean for the future of oil and gas development.
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM, 12/13/2018
Donna Vorhees, Director, Energy Research Program, Health Effects Institute, will discuss the Energy Research program and providing impartial science relevant to decision-making.
At one time when the U.S. was considered to become a major importer of natural gas, entrepreneurs experimented with technology to change the energy market in the U.S. and worldwide.
Low Use Wood Harvest and Processing Options Discussed at Recent Symposium