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Frack Ponds More Than Just Water

At first glance to the photo above, this looks like an inviting swimming pool.

It’s not.

This is a frack pond, also known as impoundment pits. 1,305 more words

Gas production up, profits down at Consol, Range Resources


More gas, less profit and lean spending plans are framing the first quarter of the year for Marcellus gas producers, showcasing the impact of Appalachia’s … 9 more words

No Thing Like Kid Leukemia To Kill A Kickin’ Beer Buzz, Eh Rural Roy?

More often than not, I don’t think people do the right thing for their children, nieces, nephews, second cousins, etc. We like to think that we do, but no, not really. 541 more words

Washington County and 59 Million Cubic Feet Per Day - Success in the Utica

Range Resources has a project in Washington County, Pennsylvania that is producing 59 million cubic feet of natural gas per day. This project is producing significantly more than the previous record-setting well in Tyler County – producing 46 million cubic feet per day. 77 more words

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(UPDATED) Fire at Range Resources Well in North Strabane Reportedly Caused by Mechanical Malfunction

Non one was injured Wednesday in a large fire at a well site in North Strabane Township, Washington County, operated by Range Resources – a blaze that company officials have said was likely caused by a mechanical malfunction. 195 more words

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Officials: Equipment Failure May Have Sparked Fire At Drilling Site

NORTH STRABANE TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — An equipment malfunction may have sparked a large fire at a gas drilling location in Washington County on Wednesday evening. 406 more words

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Range Resources, DEP Reach $1.75 Million Settlement Over Water Withdrawl Records

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has entered into a $1.75 million dollar settlement agreement with Southpointe-based Range Resources for failure to keep proper water withdrawal records and for exceeding the amount of water withdrawn under an approved DEP Water Management Plan. 481 more words