NETL Story Map Rediscovery of Abandoned Wells in the World's First Oil Field
PA Environmental Digest Blog - Federal Infrastructure Well Plugging (Feb 7, 2022)
Unplugged - Pittsburgh Post Gazette - April 3, 2020
Old oil and gas sites are a climate menace. Meet the company that owns more of America’s decaying wells than any other. By Zachary R. Mider and Rachel Adams-Heard of Bloomberg Green
With Billions in Federal Dollars, Will Pennsylvania Finally Cap Its Abandoned, Polluting Oil Wells? (Capital & Main) - December 8, 2021
Surge in funds gives hope for plugging wells. How to distribute money next challenge for state. (By LAURA LEGERE AND ANYA LITVAK PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE)
Solar Energy Webinars Mostly for leaseing your land.
Healthy Macros, Healthy Streams! Penn State Extension Service
Repairing the Damage from Hazardous Abandoned Oil & Gas Wells - Ohio River Valley Institute
Well Plugging Liabilities by State
Impaired Streams [ Click on number 2 -- Click on red stream to get additional info. ]
Proposed new study area. -- Wolf Run
SHARC—Shale Research Clearinghouse (beta) SHARC is a publicly accessible, curated clearinghouse for information on the economic, health, and environmental impacts of oil and gas development.
"Shale Gas and Oil Development" A presentation at Dickinson College by Anthony "Tony" Ingraffea of Cornell University discussing the gas industry myths, new research, leaking wells and effects of methane on Climate Change
A map that shows the locations of Abandoned Wells found by Venango PaSEC and wells plugged by DEP
See the Map