Thursday, November 1, 2012

PA Marcellus News Digest 10/30/12

PA Marcellus News Digest
October 30, 2012


Krancer: So far no incidents in drilling country.
The Morning Call
John L. Micek
Capitol Ideas
Oct 30
In a brief interview this afternoon, state Environmental Protection Secretary Mike Krancer said he was pleased by the response of the state's drillers to Hurricane Sandy.

Business briefs: Marcellus wells, water program slated
Pitt Trib
Oct 28
Cooper-Seigle Community Library will host a free program titled “Marcellus Wells and Our Water Supply” at 6 p.m. Nov. 5 in the library, 403 Fox Chapel Road, Fox Chapel.

Shale Boom, Part 1: Activity escalating in Lawrence County
New Castle News
Debbie Wachter
Oct 27
NEW CASTLE — Impact fee and occupancy tax dollars from Marcellus Shale are rolling into Lawrence County, its municipalities and tourism.

Shale Boom, Part 2: Seismic testing going on in county
New Castle News
Debbie Wachter
Oct 29
NEW CASTLE — A Texas-based seismic testing company is making a blueprint of underground rock to better prepare companies for shale drilling.

Shale Boom, Part 3: Drilling work generates tourism, conservation dollars
New Castle News
Oct 30
NEW CASTLE — Lawrence County’s conservation district and tourist promotion agency both stand to receive financial boosts from Marcellus Shale revenues.

Abandoned gas wells a growing problem in Pa.
The Mercury
Karen Feridun, Founder, Berks Gas Truth
Oct 29
Thank you for running an article on Pennsylvania’s abandoned wells. The story reported that there are about 200,000 orphaned and abandoned wells. Actually, about 184,000 are known to exist, but estimates put the total number as high as 325,000. By the Department of Environmental Protection’s own admission, it would take 160 years to cap the known wells, something they reported prior to the start of Marcellus drilling in Pennsylvania.

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