Sunday, December 18, 2022

Sunday PA Environment & Energy NewsClips 12.18.22

Are You Telling Your Story?

Senate returns to voting session January 3, 9, 10, 11, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, 30, 31

     -- Committee Schedule

House returns to voting session January 3 [Democrats, Republicans Fighting Over Schedule]

     -- Committee Schedule

TODAY’s Calendar Of Events 


 -- 79 New Stories - REAL Environmental & Conservation Leadership In PA  [PaEN]


-- Environment & Energy Educational Opportunities For Students And Adults [PaEN]


-- Top 10 Stories: Harrisburg/PA Politics Reported By Local News Media Last Week  [PaEN]


-- Pennsylvania Oil & Gas Weekly Compliance Dashboard -  Dec. 10 to 16  [PaEN]

-- PA Oil & Gas Industrial Facilities: Permit Notices/Opportunities To Comment [PaEN]


-- DEP Posted 69 Pages Of Permit-Related Notices In The Dec. 17 PA Bulletin  [PaEN]

-- Pittsburgh Union Progress - Laura Legere: Decaying Allegheny County Conventional Oil & Gas Wells To Be Plugged With Federal Funding Boost  

-- PennLive: Investigation Into Natural Gas Explosion That Leveled Dauphin County Home Continues

-- PA Capital-Star Guest Essay: It’s Time Pennsylvania Residents, Regulators Demand Health Risks From Shale Gas Fracking Be Addressed - By Clean Air Council

-- MCall Guest Essay: Recycling, The Neighbors And The Global Economy - Lehigh Valley Development Corp

-- Scranton Times: Audubon School Alumni Decorate Christmas Tree At Nay Aug Park With Food For Feathered Flyers


6th Oil/Natural Gas Spike: True Energy Independence Means Renewables

[There Is No Limit To What Oil/Natural Gas Industry Can Make You Pay]


-- Financial Times: Biggest U.S. Shale Operator Says More Drilling Would Harm Industry - ‘Pouring Profits Into Faster Output At Expense Of Shareholder Returns Would Send Investors Fleeing’


Other States/National/International

-- Reuters: Keystone Oil Pipeline Cleanup Turns Remote Kansas Valley Into A Small Town 

Pennsylvania’s Pipeline Experiences:

-- House Committee Fails To Address $70 Million In Penalties On Natural Gas Pipelines Or Real Concerns Of People Living Near Gas Production & Distribution Facilities

-- Natural Gas, Hazardous Liquids Pipelines Are NOT Required To Carry Insurance Or Show They Can Pay For Damages If They Explode, Leak Or Kill Someone

 -- PA Mariner East & Revolution Natural Gas/Liquids Pipelines Convicted Of Criminal Charges Related To Environmental Violations

-- PA's Brand New Natural Gas Pipeline Exploded in 2018 in Beaver County

-- AP: U.N. Biodiversity Talks In Final Days With Many Issues Unresolved

-- NYT: For Planet Earth, This Might Be The Start Of A New Geologic Age

PA Politics - Everything Is Connected

-- LancasterOnline - Brad Bumsted: As Parties Squabble Over Claim PA House Majority, Proposed Abortion Amendment Looms Over Start Of 2023 Legislative Session

-- LancasterOnline: What’s In PA Republicans’ Package Of State Constitutional Amendments?

-- Post-Gazette: Republicans Pick Nominees For 3 Open State House Seats In Allegheny County

-- PA Capital-Star: 2 Lehigh Valley Candidates Raised More Than $1 Million Each For Winning State Senate Races

-- Scranton Times Editorial: Upgrade State Election Law For Voters

-- PennLive Guest Essay: PA House Only Needs To Look At History To Find Bipartisanship It So Sorely Lacks - By Mark Singel

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[Posted: December 18, 2022]  PA Environment Digest

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