Fracking/Pavillion and EPA Findings

 

 

Fracking/Pavillion and EPA Findings

  • Pavillion Press Release: Impacted Landowners shocked by Wyoming Regulatory Conclusion on Pavillion Area Groundwater Investigation
    Pavillion Area Concerned Citizens (PACC) are shocked and disappointed by a Wyoming regulator's conclusions that groundwater contamination in the Pavillion, WY area
    is not from oil and gas development.

  • The myth of energy independence
    The definition of "energy independence" is evolving. Up to recently, it has meant the U.S. producing enough of our own oil and gas so that we were not dependent on other nations for our energy needs...(01/15/13)
  • Wyoming Gov. Mead to Interior: Back off on fracking rules
    Gov. Matt Mead has asked the Interior Department to scale back — or abandon altogether — proposed rules that would require petroleum companies to disclose the chemicals they inject down well bores during hydraulic fracturing...(09/11/2012)
    A natural gas drilling rush is on in rural North Dakota. And with it, residents are reporting growing numbers of respiratory ailments, skin lesions, blood oozing from eyes, and the deaths of livestock and pets...(09/06/2012)
  • The myth of energy independence
    A natural gas drilling rush is on in rural North Dakota. And with it, residents are reporting growing numbers of respiratory ailments, skin lesions, blood oozing from eyes, and the deaths of livestock and pets...(09/06/2012)

  • Citizens Write to the Congressional Energy and Environment Subcommittee of the House Science, Space and Technology Committee

  • Draft Report for the EPA Pavillion Groundwater Contamination Investigation
    Pavillion area residents have recognized contamination in their water for over ten years.  The Environmental Protection Agency has been conducting an investigation to establish why. Below are letters written by PACC to Wyoming Governor Matt Mead and the EPA's Office of Research and Development.  In the letters, impacted residents support the EPA's investigation and ask Governor Mead to do the same.

          January 31, 2012 Press Statements

 


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