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Williamsport, PA -- Energy In Depth, working in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Oil and Gas Association, Marcellus Shale Coalition, American Petroleum Institute, among others, will host a free event at the Community Arts Center on January 25, 2011 from 5:00pm to 7:30 pm.  Public participation is strongly encouraged for this gathering that will highlight best practices being employed in the Marcellus Shale as well as industry-wide transparency initiatives like is a a voluntary disclosure registry that provides the public with individual, and searchable, hydraulic fracturing solutions on a well-pad by well-pad basis, including in-depth information on the additives used in the hydraulic fracturing process in local communities. The event will feature environmental engineers, and other subject matter experts, that will be available for a panel presentation and question and answer session where attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions on a number of issues surrounding the production of natural gas from shale.  Topics include the process of hydraulic fracturing, best practices of production companies, and the economic impact natural gas development is providing locally and nationally.  Tom Shepstone, EID Marcellus Campaign Manager, will moderate the event.

Make plans to be in Williamsport, Pennsylvania on January 25th, to learn about this much talked about process and exciting website. It should be a very educational and fun night, and just the beginning of what will be a major movement to educate local communities on the natural gas industry.

WHAT: Natural Gas Industry Hosts Educational Event on Best Practices and

WHO: Event is free and open to the general public

WHERE: Community Arts Center
220 West Fourth Street
Williamsport, PA 17701

WHEN: January 25, 2012, 5:00pm- 7:30pm EST

For more information on this event please visit the EID-Marcellus website .

RSVP: Please inform Nicole at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



The JLCNY spies are honest and humble though.

They admit that all they had to do to ferret out these "secret formulas" was pull information from the PA DEP website and then cross reference it to the appropriate MSDS sheets. These are the same MSDS sheets that are required in any industrial setting and have been available for years. Admittedly, they tell us, anyone could have done the same thing at any time.

So much as for Cloak and Dagger Espionage...








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