A quarter of senior managers in the oil and gas sector believe safety management is not effective, according to a study.
Notice: EPA is announcing the availability of the final report, Hydraulic Fracturing for Oil and Gas: Impacts from the Hydraulic Fracturing Water Cycle on Drinking Water Resources in the United States.
Author: Health Professionals of NY. December 2016.
The future of the major international oil companies (IOCs) – BP, Chevron, ExxonMobil, Shell andTotal – is in doubt. The business model that sustained them during the 20th century is no longer fit for purpose. As a result, they are faced with the choice of managing a gentle decline by downsizing or risking a rapid collapse by trying to carry on business as usual.
Updated as of 22 August, 2018 - The following is an ever-growing list of the individuals and families that have been harmed by fracking (or fracked gas and oil production) in the USA and maintained by the Pennsylvania Alliance for Clean Water and Air.
Authors: Isaac Orr and Mark Krumenacher. May 2015.
January 2014. Authors: Aaron Kline and David Oesterberg.
The Economic Benefits and Costs of Frac-Sand Mining in West Central Wisconsin: Phase One of Study – General Economic & Community Overview By Thomas Michael Power, Ph.D. and Donovan S. Power, MS. Published in May 2013.
Author: The Gaia Foundation. 2014.
UnderMining Agriculture alerts us to the impact that the extractive industries are having on our capacity to feed ourselves and the health of our planet’s ecosystems.
June 13, 2013. Melissa Belcher, M.S. and Marvin Resnikoff, Ph.D. Radioactive Waste Management Associates
Authors: Nathan Rutz and Melissa English. December 2014
This report combines an evaluation of federal and state laws regulating fracking wastewater with a thorough review, compiled for NRDC by an independent scientist, of the health and environmental risks posed by this high-volume waste stream and the currently available treatment and disposal methods.
Author: Health Professionals of NY. December 2014.
July 2014. Friends of the Earth. Author: Rachel Tansey, editor: Helen Burley, coordination and contributions: Antoine Simon, Natacha Cingotti, Samuel Fleet, Paul de Clerck (Friends of the Earth Europe)
The New York Times reviewed thousands of pages of documents related to shale gas, including hundreds of industry e-mails, internal agency documents and reports by analysts.