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Posted inEnergy Report, Power to the People

Pavillion collaboration resumes despite fractures

Pavillion collaboration resumes despite fractures The Pavillion Working Group met this week for the first time since November 2011, delayed by the controversy that erupted over the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s draft report in December suggesting a link between groundwater pollution in the rural Pavillion area and hydraulic fracturing — or “fracking.” The controversy has proven more […]

Posted inThe Pitch, Uncategorized

Wyoming PBS features discussion on fracking and drilling

Wyoming PBS features discussion on fracking and drilling The Wyoming PBS program, Wyoming Chronicle, recently aired a discussion about hydraulic fracturing and other aspects of oil and gas drilling. Host Richard Ager speaks with a panel of guests that includes Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality Administrator John Corra, Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission interim […]

Posted inThe Pitch, Uncategorized

Wyoming PBS features discussion on fracking and drilling

Wyoming PBS features discussion on fracking and drilling The Wyoming PBS program, Wyoming Chronicle, recently aired a discussion about hydraulic fracturing and other aspects of oil and gas drilling. Host Richard Ager speaks with a panel of guests that includes Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality Administrator John Corra, Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission interim […]