Local Governments Continue to Fight States for Right to Govern Fracking
In October of 2012 the Pennsylvania Supreme Court heard oral argument on two key cases that potentially could reshape the laws and rules applicable to hydraulic fracturing in the state. We wrote extensively about these cases...more
In This Issue:
- W.Va. Legislative Update
- Pipeline Expansion Means Abundant Natural Gas for N.C.
- E&P Companies Join Forces with Environmentalists & Philanthropists
- Useful Resource: Ohio Utica Shale...more
The Marcellus, Utica and other Shale gas plays have been an economic boon to landowners, the oil and gas industry, and the states and communities in which production is occurring. The impacts of shale oil and gas development...more
Groundwater pollution, possible earthquakes, ownership disputes—there are any number of reasons local governments would prefer for the rulemaking surrounding hydraulic fracturing to take place as close to home as possible....more
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