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Marcellus Shale: A Citizens View

Citizens Marcellus Shale Commission, October 2011

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Resource IDcmsc2011
Resource titleMarcellus Shale: A Citizens View
Author(s)Sharon Ward
Publication/ sourceCitizens Marcellus Shale Commission
Date publishedOctober 2011
Summary text/ abstractNatural gas extraction in Pennsylvania's deep shale layers requires a more industrial and more impactful process than traditional shallow well production. To manage this new boom, policymakers need to view the industry with fresh eyes and open minds. Today, we have the luxury of looking back at one hundred and fifty years of fossil fuel extraction and asking the question: What did our forebears do wrong, and what lessons can we – must we – learn from it? This is the lens we should apply to development of the Marcellus Shale: Looking back one hundred years from now, what will our descendents see? Will our children and grandchildren puzzle over our choices? Or will they thank us for factoring their well-being into our present-day decisions? We can turn the benefit of hindsight into the gift of foresight and recognize that decisions made today will impact future generations.
Library categoriesExtr. Energy Pollution, Land Rights
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