Oil & Gas Activity in Pennsylvania

View a map of unconventional wells, violations, and compressor stations – click on image.

Oil & Gas Waste

Earthworks Report and Interactive Map

Pennsylvania a leading producer of waste from oil and gas production, which contains carcinogens, secret fracking chemicals, heavy metals, and radioactive materials. Read Earthworks’ latest report, and view FracTracker’s interactive map to see how much PA oil and gas waste is being processed, transported, and disposed near you.

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Pennsylvania Oil & Gas Imagery

This album contains PA imagery contributed to our site from FracTracker staff and volunteers. Reuse is permitted so long as you cite the photographer if one is listed in the photo’s info section, as well as FracTracker Alliance.

PA Oil & Gas Activity Over Time

GIF of unconventional wells drilled between May 2002  and March 2017

PA unconventional oil and gas wells drilled over time 2002-17

Additional Maps, Data, & Reports

Report a Concern or Incident

To file an environmental health concern in PA, please contact:

Pennsylvania Department of Health (PA DOH)
Division of Environmental Health Epidemiology, Room 933, Health and Welfare Building
625 Forster St., Harrisburg, PA 17120
Toll free hotline: 1-877 PA Health (1-877-724-32584)
Email: RA-DHENVHEALTH@pa.gov • PA DOH Website

Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA)
OSHA can help answer questions or concerns from employers and workers. To reach your regional or area OSHA office, go to OSHA’s Regional & Area Offices webpage or call 1-800-321-OSHA (6742). • OSHA Oil & Gas Website

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