Tag: American Natural Gas Alliance

PITTSBURGH, Pa. — Two-hundred and ten truck trips, 3-4 million gallons of water and noticeable degradation of rural roads. Those are typical metrics for a natural gas well that needs hydraulic fracturing to unleash embedded U.S. shale deposits deep underground. Together they can make for a very tough sell to area landowners, lawmakers and regulators….

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For all the attention focused on newly accessible natural gas supplies from U.S. shale deposits, one hopes the industry is up to regulating its operations enough to avoid a Three Mile Island-type accident in Pennsylvania that the U.S. nuclear power industry and utilities are still paying for 32 years later. With what significant new supplies…

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