Earlier this month, the Scranton Times-Tribune published an article rehashing the Dimock story containing absolutely zero new relevant factual information. We responded with both a letter to the editor and a blog post expressing our exasperation that although testing by [...]
Today's post contributed by Bill desRosiers - Coordinator, External Affairs It seems just about every day a new article is published about more natural gas utilization in this county. From power plants to vehicles running on compressed natural gas (CNG), [...]
Today’s post contributed by Brittany Thomas – Coordinator, External Affairs It’s a question that we are hearing more and more frequently, from community members and from members of the media: Do you think the United States will move towards exporting [...]
On Feb. 14, 2012, Act 13 was signed by Governor Tom Corbett which requires any companies operating unconventional gas wells in Pennsylvania to pay an impact fee for each well drilled. This act was designed to help better environmental safeguards. [...]
Last week we focused on the topic of water quality in Susquehanna County. If you missed a day, here is the last week in review: On Monday, we posted our response to a recent Bloomberg piece - Tuesday we a look [...]
Here's a quick video for your Saturday afternoon: Residents of Dimock, Pennsylvania discuss the water quality where they live.