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All the notices for PA are published on the PA Bulletin website at:   http://www.pabulletin.com  A new bulletin comes out every Saturday.  This includes every department in the state.  You'll want to select: "Department of Environmental Protection."

Here are sub-categories of interest:
> Gas Transmission Pipelines are under "Water Obstructions and Encroachments"
> Compressor Stations are under "Air Quality"

You can read the Current Issue.  Click on "Current Issue" on the left panel, scroll down to DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, then click on "Applications, actions and special notices."  The top of the webpage has navigation you will need because there are multiple webpages for each notice & you can only get to them by clicking "NEXT" at the top of the page.  Keep clicking "Next" until you get to Air Quality (or whatever you're looking for).

"Search" is much faster.  It gives you another click for "Search" then you fill it in.  For instance:
Full Text = "compressor"
Volume = "Volume 41 - 2011"
Issue Number = All 
Page Number (leave blank)
Date of Issue (date span or else leave blank (which gives you all of 2011)
Agency = "DEP"
Document Type = "Notices"

Result is a list of links. The list will include applications already approved and applications going into their comment period. Inside the links you can search on the webpage itself (Edit > Find) for additional ways to narrow it. 
 


 

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EPA Tipline for Suspicious
Gas Drilling Incidents

The Enviromental Protection Agency has announced the creation of a tip line to report non-emergency suspicious activity related to oil and gas drilling.  The number for the toll-free tip line is 877-919-4372. Reports also may be sent by e-mail to eyesondrilling@epa.gov Tips may be provided anonymously.
 

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