Possibly the most important decision regarding high volume hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, will be made this spring.
The health study to determine if hydraulic fracturing can be done safely in New York State will be wrapped up “in weeks.”
Patience is wearing thin for farmers and oil and gas companies who are ready to cash in on the natural gas boom in upstate New York.
An environmental group has filed a lawsuit against officials in the western New York town of Sanford for violating free speech rights after it enacted a ban against discussing [...]
Gas prices continue to steadily climb despite recent data showing a rise in domestic production and a drop in consumption
“FrackNation” is an anomaly in the debate on fracking, in that it is not made by a gas company but is pro-fracking. If you have seen “Gasland,” it is worth 1 hour and [...]
The debate on hydraulic fracturing, otherwise known as fracking, 2013 will open up much like 2012—with yet another public comment period.
New Yorkers wishing to express their comments on the updated hydraulic fracturing regulations can begin submitting their comments Wednesday through Jan. 11, 2013.
New York State Health Commissioner Nirav Shah and other experts, are reviewing the state’s environmental study on shale gas development with regard to hydraulic fracturing.
Not too long ago, only dreamers believed in energy self-sufficiency in the United States. Now it is official. At least according to a report issued by the International Energy [...]