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Friday night in Vestal, N.Y.,I had the opportunity to hear firsthand a presentation by Sandra Steingraber, Ph.D, who came to town to pitch her book and see if she couldn’t use the occasion to rally up some opposition to the responsible development of natural gas in New...

Thursday evening, Chesapeake Energy demonstrated its continued commitment to the local economy by sponsoring the Great Valley Technology Alliance’s (GVTA) annual business plan competition.  The competition, now in its 10th year, aims to spur the development of the entrepreneurial spirit among college students from 14...

With so much opinionated media coverage on the Marcellus Shale natural gas play, I decided to get out there and experience the phenomenon for myself by traveling around to two of the biggest hot spots — Montrose and Dimock. What an eye opening experience it was. This...

EID takes a closer look at the top five problems with Duke’s new paper on methane migration in Pennsylvania You wouldn’t have known it by looking at all those headlines this morning, but spend some time wading through the report and (admittedly limited) data set...

NY League of Conservation Voters (LCV) urges supporters to stand up for family farms – WE AGREE! Have they seen what the Marcellus Shale is doing for farmers in PA? FLASHBACK: “Broome County, all by itself, holds enough natural gas reserves to leverage the creation...

NYT gets three chances to post fair, accurate story about natural gas on its front-page – first two failed bad, EID takes a look at #3 It’s not every industry in the world that could have survived the heavy ordnance that Ian Urbina dropped on...

  Segment link: http://tinyurl.com/5wrku6x Host: “Energy In Depth … actually has a webpage out called ‘Debunking Gasland.’ And they call out that clip that we showed [the Markham well clip]. They say that [the] methane is biogenic or naturally occurring, and that there are no...