Letter

Letter to Harrisburg on the Pennsylvania Budget


Marcellus Protest is among the signatories of a letter to all the members of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

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The Woodlands: Underfunded 'Water Bank' Closes

A local water bank in Butler County serving 40 families who lost their water after REX Energy began drilling for natural gas had to close their doors last week because donations dropped off.

Below is a Letter to the Editor that a Butler resident wrote explaining the situation.There's more…

An Open Letter To Journalists From Gasland Director Josh Fox In Response To Attacks By Gas Industry

gasland poster imageFebruary 7, 2011 -- With the recent Oscar nomination of my documentary film GASLAND, Big Gas and their PR attack machine hit a new low in its blatant disregard for the truth.There's more…

Stop Marcellus Shale drilling at Powdermill Nature Reserve [UPDATED]

The Carnegie Museum of Natural History may allow fracking at its Powdermill Nature Reserve in Westmoreland County. Come to a protest on Thursday. Send the Director this letter. UPDATE: Pittsburgh City Council calls on Carnegie Institute to "reject any and all offers of shale gas exploration and extraction."There's more…

This yellow brick road will lead to toxic misery

Reminiscent of "The Wizard of Oz," we witness our politicians, "The Great Wizards," license the destruction of the "Emerald City" (Pennsylvania), filling their coffers with "gold" as the Marcellus Shale Coalition marches down this "yellow brick road."There's more…

Marcellus Shale Drilling Exemptions

water imageThe oil and gas industry makes sweeping statements about the large number of regulations governing hydrofracturing.There's more…

The Price of Gas and the Severance Tax

Will a severance tax affect the price of gas? Will the drillers leave Pennsylvania if we enact a severance tax? Is a tax of $0.39/mcf higher than any other gas-producing state? Click on the title for some answers.There's more…

Prof. Ingraffea’s 9-Point Letter from the Marcellus Shale Industry

IngraffeaIf the Marcellus gas industry did everything it should to make sure natural gas development is "done right," that still would not be good enough for Cornell Professor Dr. Anthony Ingraffea.There's more…

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