Archive for May 6th, 2011

British Global Warming Policy Foundation Publishes New Report Supporting Shale Gas Drilling

Our friends across the pond, the Brits, recognize the importance of shale gas. Science writer Matt Ridley has written a new report for the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) called The Shale Gas Shock. The report, released on May 4, provides an even-handed analysis of the benefits and potential problems with shale gas and comes […]

Ohio Manufacturer Investing More Than a Half Billion Dollars on New Plant to Produce Marcellus Shale Pipelines

One of the issues facing energy companies who want to drill in the Marcellus Shale is how to get gas from the well to a processing facility, and from there to an interstate gas pipeline so it can make its way to market. Getting the gas from here to there requires pipelines. Without pipeline infrastructure, […]

Two New Marcellus Shale Gas Wells to be Drilled Close to Morgantown, WV

Northeast Natural Energy is set to drill two new Marcellus Shale gas wells just across the river from Morgantown, WV:

Collier Township, PA Officials Pass New Conditional-Use Ordinance Restricting Marcellus Shale Drilling

On Wednesday, commissioners for Collier Township (Allegheny County), PA approved a new conditional-use Marcellus Shale drilling ordinance which restricts drilling in the Township:

 

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