Pennsylvania

Purdue and Cornell researchers flew over well pads like this one in Southwestern Pennsylvania to discover higher-than-expected methane levels during the production of natural gas. Photo credit: Purdue University
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Sen. Grassley shows why a wind credit can't be rightfully deemed ‘crony capitalist’ handouts...
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A gas company is attempting to use a half-century old Pennsylvania law to frack underneath the land of property owners ...
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| April 2, 2014
The injunction prohibited Vera from going, not only on the land Cabot owns, but also on the land where Cabot leases...
Photo credit: Marcellus Shale Earth First!

Protestors blocked the only access road to a wellpad by locking themselves to barrels of concrete...
Unt99led

| March 7, 2014
Wednesday night on Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert called out Chevron...
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| February 24, 2014
Thousands outraged by the insulting gesture let Chevron’s CEO ...
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| February 18, 2014
Reportedly, in an effort to smooth ties with residents affected by the blast...
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It is time for good judgment, not just good fortune. The half mile buffer good “fortune” gave to the...
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The Supreme Court decision should and will inspire a new generation of environmental protection in Pennsylvania and inspire other...
xtoenergy

| January 3, 2014
Pennsylvania’s Attorney General filed criminal charges back in September, claiming Exxon had removed a plug from a wastewater tank, leading to...
Lipsky sets fire to gas flowing through the hose that he attached to the vent, Oct. 13. Range Resources claims the use of the hose made it seem like Lipsky was setting his water on fire. Photo credit: Julie Dermansky

| December 24, 2013
The EPA’s internal watchdog has confirmed that the EPA was justified in stepping in to protect residents who were and still are in...

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