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An environmental group is suing Sunoco Logistics over its plan to use eminent domain to obtain land that would allow it to build a 350-mile natural gas liquids pipeline across southern Pennsylvania.
This is not the first time that regulators have suspected that abandoned coal mines are being used to surreptitiously get rid of fracking wastewater.
Fracking wastewater, the byproduct of the controversial method of deep drilling, is mucky, oily, and being used to irrigate farms in California.
Pennsylvania is in the midst of the next phase of the “boom” in the form of pipelines. Each pipeline proposal has spurred a “boom” in the formation of community groups to oppose them.
For the everyday property owner faced with pipeline headed for their property, navigating through the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) process is like living in an Escher drawing.
Shalefield Stories Volume 2 will be released Friday, September 4th, 2015 with a Book Release Event – 6:00pm – 9:00pm at Thomas Merton Center Annex 5129 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15224
FracTracker Alliance in partnership with the Halt the Harm Network announce the winners of the Community Sentinel Awards for Environmental Stewardship.
Shale Justice is a coalition of organizations whose aim is to coordinate our efforts, our regionally specific issues, our visions, our talents, and our hard work to end extreme forms of industrialized fossil fuel extraction which poses serious threats to our air, our land and our water.
The individual chapters of the Final SGEIS (April 2015) can be viewed as PDFs (see below). The full 2015 Final SGEIS document is available as two large PDF files: Volume 1 (PDF) (35.8 MB) and Volume 2 (PDF) (8.4 MB). Although they are very large files, they are downloadable and searchable.
Updated July 18, 2015 (4/2/2015)
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