Thursday, December 13, 2012

PA Marcellus News Digest 12/13/12

PA Marcellus News Digest
December 13, 2012


A Pennsylvania Pipeline Primer: Who, How, Where and What The Heck?
NPR State Impact
Susan Phillips
Dec 13

W.Va. blast heightens concerns over natural gas pipelines
West Virginia blast highlights safety risks
Don Hopey
Dec 13
A massive natural gas pipeline explosion in West Virginia this week has heightened awareness of the safety issues related to Pennsylvania's almost 60,000 miles of natural gas pipelines.

Mon River water sampling project expands
Pitt Trib
Eric Slagle
Dec 5
[...]Duquesne University will monitor water quality of the lower Allegheny River and its key tributaries and the Iron Furnace Chapter of Pennsylvania Trout Unlimited will test water at sites as far north as the Allegheny National Forest. Wheeling Jesuit University will monitor the Ohio River Pittsburgh to near Parkersburg, W.Va.

Residents invited to Dec. 12 pipeline meeting in Warwick
The Mercury
Evan Brandt
Dec 11
WARWICK — Those concerned about a proposal to route a Marcellus Shale gas pipeline through town have been invited to a special meeting on the subject at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 12, in the Warwick Township Building on Route 23.

Natural gas pipeline issues are discussed with area landowners
Mike Reuther
Dec 12
HUGHESVILLE - Landowners facing the prospect of natural gas pipelines on their properties were advised to know some of their legal rights.

No comments: