In This Issue:
- Deeper Resources: Rotruck Joins Spilman
- EQB Proposes Substantial Increases in Permit Fees for Unconventional Wells
- Oil & Gas Lessees Retain Important Rights in W.Va.
- Pa. Shale Industry Wants New Endangered Species Laws
- Excerpt from Pa. Shale Industry Wants New Endangered Species Laws:
The Marcellus Shale Coalition, the AssociatedPetroleum Industries of Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Independent Oil & Gas Association are in support of new proposed legislation that would change how creatures are added to Pennsylvania's endangered species list. The bill could potentially eliminate hurdles for drillers...
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Topics: Endangered Species, Energy Exploration, Fees, Fracking, Oil & Gas, Permits, Shale Gas
Published In: General Business Updates, Energy & Utilities Updates, Environmental Updates, Zoning, Planning & Land Use Updates
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