Welcome to Marcellus-Shale.us
The best visual
Marcellus Shale gas drilling
source with over 2,000 photos!
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regulations in Pennsylvania
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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, opinions
on fracking or hydraulic fracturing with Public Meeting announcements
Marcellus Shale activities and weekly Pennsylvania Bulletin posts.
Global fracking news.
Beaver Run Reservoir in
Westmoreland County, Pa
source for 150,000 people
We will explore the impacts
that Marcellus Shale natural gas extraction has on the environment, including air and
water pollution. We address some key talking points for landowners
who are considering signing a Marcellus Shale gas lease. Photos of
drilling rigs, gas well site equipment, hydro fracing, natural gas
facilities and gas pipelines will be added to Marcellus-Shale.us regularly.
West Virginia shale gas
Mobley site excavation in Wetzel County, WV
firsthand what a Marcellus gas well looks like with photos of
drilling sites and
equipment used to frack a Marcellus Shale horizontal well. Find firsthand information
and photos of
water pollution issues like the Cross Creek Lake and Brush Run fish kills,
with official documents you won't find elsewhere on the
internet. Learn about the real natural gas extraction issues beyond the
royalties and signing bonus.
Export of gas liquids from
Marcellus wet gas
Over the rails and through
contribution information related to Pennsylvania politics and
Marcellus Shale exploration are also featured from the years
Marcellus drilling began through the November 2010 election.
We'll follow some of the key legislation affecting hydraulic fracturing and frac
fluids, and provide information for citizens who are concerned about
protecting their drinking water from the impacts of horizontal gas
Tens of thousands of gallons of chemicals per well
Some of the "half of 1%"
of the chemicals at a frac site
Gas drilling meetings and events are posted on the
Events page, so return often to see what's new at Marcellus Shale US. Marcellus gas production companies may have the right to extract the gas, but
citizens have the right
to a healthy environment, including clean air and pure water, as
guaranteed by the Pennsylvania Constitution.