Oil and Gas Information by Location

Issues affect people in different ways depending on where they live. Oil and gas drilling is no different. To help guide in your search for information about this industry in relation to a specific location or region, click on the links below to learn more about drilling at an international level, national (U.S.), or by state.

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This section of our site focuses on drilling & issues affecting regions outside of the U.S.

U.S. (National)

This content on our site focuses on drilling & issues affecting more than just one state in the U.S.


Discover data, articles, & maps about oil & gas activity in the United States by state.

All FracTracker Articles (descending order by date)

Karen Edelstein and her partner in Hawaii

Staff Spotlight: Karen Edelstein

As part of our staff spotlight series, learn more about Karen…
August 25, 2016/by Sam Rubright, MPH, CPH
The BP Whiting, IN Oil Refinery

US Oil Refineries and Economic Justice

How annual incomes in the shadow of oil refineries compare to…
August 24, 2016/by Ted Auch, PhD
Mariner East 2 Pipeline Route

Mariner East 2 and Watershed Risks

Mariner East 2 (ME 2) is a $2.5 billion, 350 mile-long pipeline…
August 23, 2016/by Kirk Jalbert, PhD, MFA
Internships Opportunities Button

Seeking Applicants for Collaborative Environmental Health Fellowship

August 17, 2016/by Sam Rubright, MPH, CPH
Community Sentinel Award for Environmental Stewardship

Three Environmental Stewards to Accept Community Sentinel Award

August 17, 2016/by Sam Rubright, MPH, CPH
Launch of the FracTracker Fund

Launch of the FracTracker Fund

August 8, 2016/by Guest Author

New York: A Sunshine State!

It's difficult to talk about the risks of oil and gas extraction…
August 8, 2016/by Karen Edelstein
Bill Hughes giving tour to students in shale fields, WV

A Cross-Country Ride to Support Oil and Gas Tours in West Virginia

As many of you know, educating the public is a FracTracker…
July 27, 2016/by Brook Lenker, MA
South Belridge field by Sarah Leen, National Geographic

Trends in California’s Oil and Gas Development

By Kyle Ferrar, Western Program Coordinator Over 38,000 oil…
July 26, 2016/by Kyle Ferrar, MPH
Air emissions from drilling rig

A Review of Oil and Gas Emissions Data in Pennsylvania

By Wendy Fan, 2016 Intern, FracTracker Alliance From 2011-2013,…
July 25, 2016/by Guest Author
Kirk Jalbert (left) with Joseph Seamans of the MSDP

Staff Spotlight: Kirk Jalbert

As part of FracTracker’s staff spotlight series, learn more…
July 21, 2016/by Sam Rubright, MPH, CPH
Koontz Class II Injection Well, Trumbull County, Ohio, (41.22806065, -80.87669281) with 260,278 barrels (10,020,704 gallons) of fracking waste having been processed between Q3-2010 and Q3-2012 (Note: Q1-2016 volumes have yet to be reported!).

OH Class II Injection Wells – Waste Disposal Trends and Images From Around Ohio

By Ted Auch, PhD – Great Lakes Program Coordinator The…
July 15, 2016/by Ted Auch, PhD
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