New Shale Gas ‘Roundup’ Newsletter Available

From Potter County Today

tannerladleeeee1Latest edition of Shale Gas News Roundup, a bimonthly newsletter focused on issues related to natural gas development in Potter County, is now available. Copies can be view or printed from the county website, pottercountypa.net (click on Natural Gas tab). They’re also available at the Gunzburger Building in Coudersport. Call Sharon Costa at 814-274-8290, Ext. 207, to arrange for pickup. The March/April edition carries a wide variety of timely, local information. It’s a publication of the Natural Gas Resource Center. Highlighted is a story spelling out details of Pennsylvania Act 13, the “impact fee” legislation recently signed by Governor Corbett. Among other features:

  • Lull in Local Gas Drilling Seen as Temporary (as reported by Jim Ladlee, right, who was guest of Penn State Extension Director Don Tanner, left, at the final meeting of the Potter County Natural Gas Task Force. Ladlee is holding a piece of Marcellus shale).
  • Volunteer Stream Monitors Needed in Potter County
  • Want a Gas Job? Opportunities Abound
  • Gas ‘Connections’ Events Planned in Emporium
  • Updates on the Triple Divide Watershed Coalition
  • Free Testing of Springs, Wells Bring Offered
  • Gas Drilling Impact on Dairying Studied

Potter County Today is a timely information site courtesy of the Potter County Commissioners. Reprinted with Permission.


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