Study: Marcellus Regulation Reducing Incidents in Pa

Kasey, Pam
May 2012
State Journal (WV);5/18/2012, Vol. 28 Issue 20, p9
The article focuses on a study which addresses environmental risks of Marcellus shale gas drilling in Pennsylvania and mentions the effect of regulations in mitigating such risks.


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