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State checked 1 Pennsylvania well that feds missed

PITTSBURGH (AP) — An Associated Press review has found wide disparities by state in inspections of oil and gas wells on federal lands.

Shale gas trucks crash in Pennsylvania

WASHINGTON, Pa. (AP) — A western Pennsylvania intersection was shut down after crash involving a tractor trailer carrying diesel fuel and two trucks carrying water for natu…

Methane levels from shale drillers disputed

Increased regulations and improvements in the natural gas industry continue to drive a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, although a study shows regulators might be mis…

Fear of Russia, fear of fracking

If only the EU would stop importing a third of its natural gas from Russia, the argument goes, it would be easier to impose sterner sanctions. Fracking sounds like a simple…

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Anti-fracking is a Civil Rights movement
Updated: August 14, 2014 - 10:21 am

“This is a civil human rights action that is all. Forget about it, no politician will save you. They have to be held accountable,” said Craig Stevens, and, if you are taking any lessons from his playbook from Monday’s blog, targeting infrastructure is the way to bypass political inaction and thwart the sprawling pipeline infrastructure that brings liquid natural gas(LNG) to market.

Why energy will top Pennsylvania’s legislative agenda in 2015
Updated: December 05, 2014 - 2:31 pm

It’s official. Democrat Tom Wolf will assume the reigns of the governorship of Pennsylvania from Republican Tom Corbett following the turn of the New Year.