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Index / Gas Shales / Related Environmental Issues

A major conference on the regulatory and policy issues surrounding Pennsylvania’s vast Marcellus shale gas formation will be held on May 3-4 in Pittsburgh. The Pennsylvania Marcellus Shale Policy Conference will bring together all of the key constituents in the gas industry to help identify an effective regulatory framework that allows the gas development industry to prosper while still protecting the environmental and conservation values of communities throughout the state.
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In a country craving domestic sources of clean energy one would think Americans would welcome abundant supplies of newly discovered natural gas from shale. For the most part they do. But the process of extracting natural gas from shale has prompted concerns from the people living in areas where this unconventional gas production is planned, or already happening. One of their concerns is the large amount of fresh water required by shale production; water that is largely lost from fresh water supplies. In the course of that investigation, we discovered that natural gas development from shale use... More →
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