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Nick Grealy Author, No Hot Air and Shale Gas Info.eu I am from the U.K. and am the author of two web sites promoting shale gas development in Europe.  One is called No Hot Air (where we cover worldwide shale gas activity, including a lot...

Dr. Michael Morrongiello Psychologist and Steuben County Landowner  In recent years, the small Pennsylvania town of Dimock became ground zero for the debate on hydraulic fracturing.  Natural gas companies were accused of contaminating the drinking water and the narrative took a life of its own...

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today released another batch of water testing results in Dimock, Pa.  The latest release includes results for twelve wells and represents the near final set of findings from samples taken from approximately 60 private water wells in the town.  The...

We reported earlier on a video of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) staffers falling victim to a temper tantrum from Craig and Julie Sautner, the well-known litigants from Dimock.  The EPA visited the Sautners to explain the findings of their water test results last week.  The...

This week Dimock Proud released a video highlighting the opinions of the town’s residents in regards to natural gas development occurring there.  The eight minute video, which is featured on CNN’s IReport platform, includes residents and business owners discussing the events in Dimock following the...

Anti-natural gas activists in New York have long used the controversy in Dimock, Pennsylvania, as a rallying cry to keep shale development out of the Empire State.  So it was predictable that these groups would work to distort recent testing from the U.S. EPA that...

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today released additional data from Dimock, Pennsylvania that indicates the water in this rural town does not pose a threat to residents’ health. The testing confirms two earlier statements made by the agency: The first made in reviewing previous DEP...

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today released additional data from Dimock, Pa. that indicate the water in this rural town does not pose a threat to residents’ health. The testing confirms two earlier statements made by the agency: The first made in reviewing previous DEP and Cabot water testing data and the second after releasing results on 11 wells sampled by the agency itself. All EPA test results released to date can be found here.