Shale Gas production eclipsed 4 trillion cubic feet in Pennsylvania in 2014, and reports of pipeline projects – to move this production to market. So how much pipeline infrastructure is needed? And what is the status of these projects?
Dave Messersmith, Penn State Extension Educator and Marcellus Education Team member, will shed light on these projects in this month’s Shale Webinar.
“There has been a tremendous amount of pipeline development occurring in and around Pennsylvania in recent years”, stated Messersmith. “We anticipate this trend will continue into the foreseeable future.”
“Recent Pipeline Developments” will be held Thursday from 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. The Penn State Shale webinars are free, but registration is necessary.
All can go to the Penn State Extension Natural Gas Events page to register and to find out more information for each upcoming webinar. For more information, contact Carol Loveland at 570-320-4429 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Penn State Extension’s Marcellus Education Team provides monthly webinars on a variety of topics. Upcoming webinars for 2015 include:
•Apr 16, Recent Pipeline Developments, Dave Messersmith, Penn State Extension Marcellus Education Team
•May 28, Shale Legislation, Ross Pifer, Clinical Professor of Law and Director, the Agricultural Law Resource & Reference Center and the Rural Economic Development Clinic, Penn State University, the Dickinson School of Law
•June 18, Marcellus Shale Exploration and Development in Core Forest Habitat: Effects on Forest Habitat and Wildlife, Dr. Margaret Brittingham, Professor of Wildlife Resources, Extension Wildlife Specialist
Previous webinars, publications and information also are available on the Penn State Extension natural-gas Web site, covering a variety of topics such as Act 13, seismic testing, methane emissions; water use and quality; natural gas liquids regional development, natural gas reserves; gas-leasing considerations for landowners; legal issues surrounding gas development; and the impact of Marcellus gas development on forestland.