Archives for October 2014

New state govt. study: Maryland sees little risk to water fr

New state govt. study: Maryland sees little risk to water from #fracking http://t.co/VXcl4LWLlQ

RT to show your support for job-creating shale development.

RT to show your support for job-creating shale development. http://t.co/xMh8B3RYOW http://t.co/Go98IU188J

National Groundwater Protection Council praises states’ oil

National Groundwater Protection Council praises states’ oil & gas regulations http://t.co/qvNP4oeYTE via @NewsOK

“Today, the number one oil and gas producer in the world is

“Today, the number one oil and gas producer in the world is no longer Russia or Saudi Arabia; it’s America.” -President @BarackObama

President Obama: “Our 100-year supply of natural gas is a bi

President Obama: “Our 100-year supply of natural gas is a big factor in drawing jobs back to our shores.” http://t.co/WkRF70hG0B

Thanks to shale and #fracking, “U.S. drivers may see further

Thanks to shale and #fracking, “U.S. drivers may see further declines in pump prices.” http://t.co/kSGOrIoUfM #AmericanEnergy

RT @wvucobe: US Chemical industry has already placed $120 bi

RT @wvucobe: US Chemical industry has already placed $120 billion in capital investment in shale gas.

[email protected] “focusing on the Marcellus Shale and energy fi

[email protected] “focusing on the Marcellus Shale and energy fields” to help train students for good-paying, local jobs. http://t.co/seAOYEQFwZ

Reports Highlight Strong Regulations, Environmental Benefits of Natural Gas

In a speech today at Northwestern University, President Obama once again touted the clear benefits associated with tightly-regulated shale development, stating: “Today, the number one oil and gas producer in the world is no longer Russia or Saudi Arabia; it’s America. … Meanwhile, our 100-year supply of natural gas is a big factor in drawing […]

State Oil & Gas Regulations Designed to Protect Water Resources: 2014 Edition (GWPC)