Bitter Twist in Louisiana Family’s Long Drilling...
“The boundaries of the national interest are hard to draw in any place, but particularly so here in south Louisiana, where pipelines run under the bayous and refinery flares light the sky.” Read more from the NYTimes: http://pgne.ws/8ehzs
My goal is the reindustrialization of Pa., especially areas like Pittsburgh,...– Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary C. Alan Walker. Read more from “Ethane cracking plant in region to bring ‘thousands’ of jobs” on Pipeline.
VIDEO: Steelers weigh in on the fracking debate and “In the Pipeline” hosts Elisabeth Ponsot and Erich Schwartzel give their shale predictions for 2012.
VIDEO: This week our hosts Erich Schwartzel and Elisabeth Ponsot look at the Marcellus Shale legislation passed in West Virginia and analyze a new study that questions the true profitability of natural gas drilling.
Investigation reveals strategy to minimize...
A Pittsburgh Post-Gazette examination of hundreds of West Virginia leases signed between 2006 and 2011 revealed new lease practices that drastically changed the terms for landowners. Notably, Chesapeake has taken advantage of its ability to create “units,” in which dozens of individual properties can be legally joined into one giant property. In West Virginia, sometimes just one...
VIDEO: Ready for the latest episode of “In the Pipeline?” This week our hosts look at the EPA’s confirmed link between tainted water in Wyoming and natural gas drilling. Plus, a holiday gift idea for the fractivist pet lover in your life.
Revenue from Marcellus drilling income taxes lower...
A re-evaluation of state personal income tax returns has shown Pennsylvania received much less tax money than it expected from natural gas royalties. Read more from FuelFix blog: http://pgne.ws/7QJR8