Thursday, October 25, 2012

PA Marcellus News Digest 10/25/12

PA Marcellus News Digest
October 25, 2012


DEP to Hold Open House, Public Hearing about New Equipment Installation at Fayette County Compressor Station
DEP Newsroom
Oct 25
PITTSBURGH -- The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection will host an open house and public hearing on Tuesday, Oct. 30, about a permit application from Laurel Mountain Midstream LLC for the construction and operation of new equipment at its Shamrock Compressor Station in German Township, Fayette County.


Fracked up: Seismic tests continue in New Beaver
Times Online
Eric Poole
Oct 24
NEW BEAVER — The Marcellus shale boom is heading into full swing throughout Lawrence County, with a tangible presence not just on remote farms in the area, but along some of the county’s most well-traveled roads.

‘Missing’ gas money still being researched
Matt Hutchinson
Oct 24
Lycoming County Department of Planning and Community Development Deputy Director William Kelly said Tuesday after the county commissioners' work session that his office is working with city officials to determine why a nearly $278,000 shortfall from natural gas impact fees has not been recorded for Williamsport.

Pampers Plant a Model of Sustainability
NPR State Impact
Susan Phillips
Oct 25

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