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Oil and Gas Brine in Ohio

A hazardous byproduct of oil & gas operations, called “brine,” poses a problem because of its radioactivity and the volumes produced.

PA Environment Digest Blog: Conventional Oil & Gas Drillers Dispose Of Drill Cuttings By ‘Dusting’

David Hess reports on the pervasive & dangerous practice of waste disposal at oil and gas well drilling sites via “dusting.”

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2021 Production from Pennsylvania’s Oil and Gas Wells

FracTracker has released an analysis of Pennsylvania’s 2021 oil & gas production totals based on PA DEP data. Explore the maps.

Dimock residents working to protect water from a new threat: fracking waste

Sen. Muth and Dimock, PA residents are fighting a permitted Eureka Resource Susquehanna facility that puts their water at risk.

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New Report: Fracking with “Forever Chemicals” in Colorado

A report by PSR provides evidence that oil and gas companies have been using dangerous PFAS “forever chemicals” in CO wells.

Oil and gas wells and violations in Pennsylvania through 1/12/2022.

Introducing: FracTracker’s comprehensive new Pennsylvania map!

FracTracker’s new Pennsylvania oil and gas well map displays conventional and unconventional wells and violations as of January 12, 2022.

Oil and gas companies use a lot of water to extract oil in drought-stricken California

FracTracker details the disproportionate amounts of water used by the oil and gas industry in CA and recommends that Gov. Newsom take action.

It’s Time to Stop Urban Oil Drilling in Los Angeles

Oil & gas wells in Los Angeles disproportionately impact marginalized communities, producing dangerous levels of invisible, toxic emissions.

Infrastructure Networks in Texas

This map illustrates infrastructure networks in Texas and explores how these unseen webs connect us and improve lives, but also carry risks and burdens.

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California Prisons are Within 2,500’ of Oil and Gas Extraction

California prisoners are on the frontlines of the environmental justice movement, thousands living within 2,500’ of operational O&G wells.