Despite Governor Cuomo’s recent ban on hydraulic fracturing in New York State, there are many existing active oil and gas wells in the state. The following map shows New York State Oil and Gas Wells by Production Formation, as of 2012, from NY DEC data.
By Jessica Robertson and Mark Petersen, USGS, July 17, 2014
To help make the best decisions to protect communities from earthquakes, new USGS maps display how intense ground … Continue reading
Interactive maps display facets of the United States energy infrastructure
The U.S. Energy Mapping System, brought to you by the U.S. Energy Information Administration, displays customizable maps of the U.S. energy infrastructure, including coal mines, power plants, refineries, storage, hubs, pipelines, waterborne transport, wells, fossil resources and renewable … Continue reading
Some of you have probably already seen the map I created which shows gas development in Susquehanna County PA:
The light purple is the Upper Susquehanna River Basin. The yellow squares are well pads. The green push-pins are compressor stations and dehydration. The solid lines are pipelines:
The raw data… Continue reading
The Allegheny National Forest region has been significantly fragmented by rampant oil and gas drilling. This slideshow documents these impacts. All of the photos are within the Allegheny, though some of the photos could be private in-holdings within the national forest.
This Marcellus Shale gas drilling website is dedicated to providing photos, facts, opinions, stories and news about the Marcellus Shale gas play that you won’t find other places. You’ll find extensive photos of gas drilling sites, pipeline construction, well sites and compressor stations. News, facts and opinions about hydraulic … Continue reading
DCS has fought to prevent the massive drilling that has occurred all across the country from occurring in the Delaware River Basin. The gas industry maintains that gas extraction is a safe and effective method that does not disrupt local life or upset the landscape around the wells. View these … Continue reading
This is actual NY state — happening now.
Slide prepared by DamascusCitizens.org
This situation is made possible because all the spacing requirements look at one layer at a time and not in relation to the surface.
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Original map of wells in Smyrna was … Continue reading
After working for 15 years as an exploration consultant to the oil-and-gas industry, using satellite imagery to hunt for likely drilling sites, John Amos had a road-to-Damascus moment when he viewed satellite imagery of wells in the Jonah natural gas field, in Wyoming’s Upper Green River … Continue reading