The purpose of oil and natural gas regulations is to establish the framework within which regulatory programs protect the environment, especially water, with respect to the exploration and development of oil and gas resources. While regulations are not the sole measure of regulatory effectiveness, they are an indicator of regulatory intent. They form the backbone of the regulatory program.
This Primer on Modern Shale Gas Development in the United States was commissioned through the Ground Water Protection Council (GWPC).
Tetra Tech NUS, Inc. (Tetra Tech) conducted a study to evaluate the potential causes of high Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) concentrations recently detected in the Monongahela River in southwestern Pennsylvania.
Economic activity surrounding natural gas is dominated by extraction and support for those operations.
Throughout the oil and gas life cycle, the industry has applied an array of advanced technologies to improve efficiency, productivity, and environmental performance. This report focuses specifically on advances in exploration and production (E&P) operations.