AN OVERVIEW AND RECENT EXPERIENCES IN THE PENNSYLVANIA MARCELLUS PLAY BY ANTHONY R. INGRAFFEA, PH.D., P.E.
Oil and Gas Industry Environmental Violations in Pennsylvania and What They Mean for the U.S.
Written by: Jeff Inglis, Frontier Group and John Rumpler, Environment America Research & Policy Center. Winter 2015
26 Feb 2014 - Science for Environment Policy Issue 405.
Author: David Buchan - July 2013.
Shale gas is a divisive issue in Europe because it highlights the growing tension between the EU’s energy and climate policies.
Authors: Lucija Muehlenbachs, Elisheba Spiller, Andrew Steck and Christopher Timminsy - February 15, 2015
Book authors: A World to Win writing team - Penny Cole, Matt Worsdale, Gerry Gold and Donald McQueen. Editor: Paul Feldman
Authors: Damien Short, Jessica Elliot, Kadin Norder, Edward Lloyd-Davies and Joanna Morley, (2015)
The Mechanisms that Connect the Disposal of Fracking Wastewater into Deep-Injection Wells to a Significant Increase in Midcontinent Seismic
Activity by Brent Ritzel
Authors: Eric J. Esswein, John Snawder, Bradley King, Michael Breitenstein, Marissa Alexander-Scott & Max Kiefer (2014)
May 19th, 2014 9:10 am ET - John Snawder, Ph.D, DABT; Eric Esswein, MSPH, CIH; Bradley King, MPH, CIH; Michael Breitenstein, BS; Marissa Alexander-Scott, DVM, MS, MPH; Kyla Retzer, MPH; Max Kiefer, MS,CIH and Ryan Hill, MPH.
Authors: Eric J. Esswein , Michael Breitenstein , John Snawder , Max Kiefer & W. and Karl Sieber (2013)
This report describes a previously uncharacterized occupational health hazard: work crew exposures to respirable crystalline silica during hydraulic fracturing.
The American National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) identified exposure to airborne silica as a health hazard to workers conducting some hydraulic fracturing operations during recent field studies.
September 2010, A report by Craig Michaels, Watershed Program Director, James L. Simpson, Senior Attorney and William Wegner, Staff Scientist
On the 8th of December, as negotiators from around the world were working around the clock to reach agreement on a climate deal in Le Bourget, just 20 miles west from there, the administrative court of Cergy-Pontoise was hearing the arguments of Schuepbach over the abrogation of two permits in the wake of the anti-fracking law passed in 2011.
The terms used in oil and gas well exploration can be confusing to anyone not involved in the business. At worst, these terms can be used to mislead nonspecialists who are trying to learn about the potential consequences of the industry.
Homeowners, be aware! That fine print in your homeowner’s insurance policy could really matter if hydraulic fracturing damages your home sweet home. Fracking-related damage, insurance industry insiders say, is not covered under a standard homeowner’s insurance policy. Neither is damage caused by floods, earthquakes or earth movement, which insurers call exclusions.