A new poll released Wednesday found opposition to natural gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale is growing in New York. This comes as Governor Andrew Cuomo’s administration weighs whether to allow shale-gas drilling in the state.
The anti-hydrofracking group Elected Officials to Protect New York held a news conference at the capitol on Wednesday arguing that the potential costs of dealing with a natural gas boom could be seen as an unfunded mandate on localities.
New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli announced Tuesday that Cabot Oil and Gas Corporation has agreed to publicly disclose its policy and procedures for eliminating or minimizing the use of toxic substances in its hydraulic fracturing fluids.
A coalition of environmental groups called on state officials to release details of a health impact study for shale gas drilling and a procedure that involves blasting chemical-laden water deep into the ground.
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