Developments in the Pavillion, Dimock and Youngstown Shale Gas Cases
Thursday, February 23, 2012:
1:00 - 2:30 pm Eastern US Time
Recent events in Pavillion, Wyoming, Dimock, Pennsylvania and Youngstown, Ohio have pushed to the top of the national news concerning hydraulic fracturing contaminating aquifers, gas migrating from gas wells to water wells and the possible connection between injecting fluids into deep wells and earthquakes. This webinar will discuss the state of the EPA investigation in Wyoming that preliminarily found hydraulic fracturing did contaminate an aquifer and what can be expected as the EPA receives public comments about its draft report. The session will also examine the state and federal regulatory actions in Dimock, Pennsylvania that involve claims of gas migrating from gas wells and the Youngstown earthquake and Ohio's decision to close a deep well injection site.
The Pavillion, Dimock and Youngstown cases are on the cutting edge of shale gas debates and policy development. Join us online to hear the latest developments.
Terry Engelder, Professor of Geosciences, Appalachian Basin Black Shales Group, Department of Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University
John Hanger, Special Counsel, Eckert Seamans Cherin Mellott, LLC
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