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Anti-Fracking Activists ‘March on Science’; EID Compiles Peer-Reviewed Research on Fracking and Health

With anti-fossil fuel activists across the country set to celebrate Earth Day by “marching for science,” Energy In Depth released a new compendium and a new health microsite highlighting peer-reviewed research and studies by government agencies examining the health impacts of fracking. Sponsors and partners of the march include anti-fracking groups, such as 350.org, Center for…

USGS: Texas and Gulf Coast Home to US’ “Largest Continuous Natural Gas” Resources

The United States Geological Survey (USGS) released two new assessments last week, finding that the Bossier and Haynesville formations of the Gulf Coast hold an estimated 304.4 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of undiscovered, technically recoverable natural gas resources. Together, these formations represent the “largest continuous natural gas assessment” ever conducted by USGS. Covering an area…

Jefferson County Natural Gas Production Grows by 587 Percent

EID recently reported being pleasantly surprised to see a Jefferson County well top the Ohio Department of Natural Resource’s (ODNR) list of the Buckeye State’s top producing natural gas wells for the fourth quarter of 2016. This recent news prompted us to take a closer look at the county’s Utica Shale production and ad valorem…

Setting the Record Straight on Activist Efforts to Scare Public ‘Aquifer Exemptions’

Clean Water Action (CWA) recently came out with a “report” that claims Oklahoma regulators are allowing oil and gas companies to inject wastewater directly into drinking water aquifers. This is just the latest examples of anti-fracking activists’ efforts to mislead the public regarding the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Underground Injection Control (UIC) program’s “aquifer exemptions”…

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