Stray gas plagues NEPA Marcellus wells

Stray gas plagues NEPA Marcellus wells by Laura Legere, Citizens Voice, July 10, 2011.
As shale gas drilling has increased in Pennsylvania, so has the prevalence of methane migrating into water supplies as a result of the exploration. The number of new Marcellus wells nearly doubled between 2009 and 2010, but the rate of methane migration more than quintupled…. “I do get a little disappointed when I hear the standard comment, ‘Methane occurs naturally in the groundwater system. End of story.’ That doesn’t do anything to advance the understanding,”

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