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Governor Candidate Bob Baber at Dorsey's Knob this Wednesday

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 
August 19, 2011
 
Contact:
Ronda Gregory
Baber4Governor Campaign Communications
Cell: 304.685.3557
 
MOUNTAIN PARTY GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE BOB HENRY BABER TO HOST CAMPAIGN SOIREE IN MORGANTOWN WEDNESDAY, AUG. 24
 
Bob Henry Baber, Mountain Party candidate for governor, will host a West Virginia-style potluck soiree from 5:30 p.m. to dusk, Wednesday, Aug. 24 at the Skyrock Shelter at Dorsey's Knob Park in Morgantown. The park is located off Grafton Road.
 
Baber, a published poet, author and established mosaic artist, said the Mountain Party party is to bring folks together who "love West Virginia, its land, extraordinary people and rich heritage."
 
"The soiree will be short on speeches," Baber said. "In fact -- no speeches...just a few words about the campaign. So we'll have a little politicking, some poetry, potluck and a bounty of phenomenal entertainment from my good friend Dave Morris and his son Jack."
 
Well-known Appalachian musical artist, David Morris, and Jack Ballengee Morris, will perform acoustic musical selections reflecting West Virginia's unique Mountain culture. The senior Morris, a native of Ivydale, W.Va., is a decades-renowned singer, song writer, recording artist, show producer and artist-in-residence. His music parallels the oral culture of the mountains.
 
"Dave has shared the stage with Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Ralph Stanley and Bill Munroe," Baber said, "so I am privileged and humbled he is willing to come out for our get-together and share a mich with me."
 
The soiree culminates a day of Baber's campaign stops in Morgantown -- including a daycare center, a senior center and a visit to the WVU campus.
 
Baber has worked on several in-state and national projects to reduce mountain-top removal. He annually attends the Appalachia Rising initiative that marches in Washington, D.C. each year. He also created and implemented the Yeager Airport Project that planted thousands of trees at the Charleston-based airport to reclaim the land ravaged by the airport expansion. Lately, he has been attending rallies about and staying abreast of the fracking issues in our region.
 
Baber grew up in New York City but his father's family is from Richwood, W.Va., where he spent most  of his summers. Baber owns his family's farm in Richwood and was also the town's mayor. Today his day job is major gifts officer at Glenville State College. 
 
Go to Baber4Governor.com for more information about the candidate.
 
The Mountain Party is an affiliate of the national Green Party. Party members and friends are encouraged to attend the soiree but all are welcome to the free event. People attending are requested to bring a covered dish. Non-alcoholic beverages will be provided.
 
Bob Henry Baber (Mountain Party Gubernatorial Candidate) Itinerary
Campaign Day in Morgantown
Wednesday, August 24
 
9 a.m. : Little Tikes Child Care Facility
428 Mississippi Street
 
Bob Henry will read poems to children at a local daycare. Appalachian music artist David Morris and his son, Jack Ballengee Morris, will perform acoustic musical selections.
 
10 a.m.: Sundale Nursing Home
800 J.D. Anderson Drive (near Mon General Hospital)
 
Bob Henry will tell Appalachian old-time stories and read his poems about West Virginia and talk to the residents about the campaign and Mountain Party platform issues. The Morrises will again provide musical entertainment.
 
Noon -- about 4 p.m.: WVU Downtown Campus Visit
In front of the Mountainlair in the "Free Speech Zone"
304.293.0111 for WVU information
 
Bob Henry will hand out campaign material and meet students stopping by his information table. The Morrises will also perform. (No campaigning is allowed inside the Mountainlair, but there will be a ton of student traffic, as a Student Organizations Fair will be taking place inside.) There may be a couple of opportunities for student media interviews by The Daily Athenauem and U-92, but they have not yet confirmed. They said they'd try, but have time/staffing issues that day.
 
5:30 p.m. -- Dusk : Baber for Governor Soiree
Dorsey's Knob Park
Skyrock Shelter (end of lane on top of hill)
Off of Grafton Road, Morgantown
 
Bob Henry will host a potluck soiree with poetry and Mountain Party politics at the highest geographical point in Morgantown. The Morrises will be the featured entertainment. Folks are asked to bring a covered dish. Non-alcoholic beverages will be provided. 
 
If enough Mountain Party execs attend, there will be a brief strategy meeting at 5:30 p.m., while folks are arriving.
 

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Rally TODAY to protest TODAY's Fracking!!

RALLY ON TODAY, SEPTEMBER 27, THE DAY FRACKING BEGINS!  LET YOUR VOICES BE HEARD AT MORGANTOWN INDUSTRIAL PARK!

HYDRO-FRACKING WILL BEGIN ON THE MARCELLUS WELLS IN MORGANTOWN INDUSTRIAL PARK ON TODAY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27.  BE THERE!  

LET PEOPLE IN MORGANTOWN AND THROUGHOUT WV KNOW THAT WV4MOM AND OTHER CITIZENS ARE WATCHING AND MONITORING GAS COMPANY ACTIVITIES. WE ARE NOT GOING TO GO AWAY. WE ARE NOT GIVING UP THE FIGHT TO PROTECT OUR AIR AND OUR WATER AND THE QUALITY OF OUR ENVIRONMENT.  LET PEOPLE KNOW WE ARE CONCERNED ABOUT THE CHILDREN GOING TO SCHOOL IN THE VICINITY OF MORGANTOWN INDUSTRIAL PARK.

COME TO A RALLY AT THE ENTRANCE TO MORGANTOWN INDUSTRIAL PARK!  LET'S RALLY AGAINST MARCELLUS DRILLING AND HYDRO-FRACKING!

FRACKING WILL BEGIN TODAY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27.

WEAR A GAS MASK.  YOU CAN PURCHASE ONE AT LOWES.  WHERE:  At the entrance to Morgantown Industrial Park.  We have chosen a safe zone that is public space.  We are allowed to rally 100 ft. from the intersection before entrance into the Park.  We will demarcate the area.   See the map below.

WHEN:  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 11:00 AM TO 1:00 PM AND 3:00 PM TO 5:00 PM

WHY:  WV4MOM would like everyone to know that we have not gone away and that we will be watching the activities of the gas companies as they begin horizontal hydro-fracking.  We also want our City Council to know that we want an appeal to Judge Tucker’s ruling.  WE ALSO WANT TO ACKNOWLEDGE AND GIVE SUPPORT TO THE MANY SCHOOL CHILDREN AND YOUTH IN THE VICINITY OF THE MORGANTOWN INDUSTRIAL PARK THAT ARE AT EXTREME, IMMEDIATE RISK FROM THE AIR CONTAMINATION WHICH WILL BE CAUSED BY FRACKING.  

WHAT YOU CAN DO:

Come to the rally.  Stay part of the time or all of the time.

Please make signs that say things that same something about the safety of our children or signs that say things like:  Don't frack with our water/We can't drink money/We are watching you/Fracking is not appealing--is Morgantown? Regulate fracking now.  (Get creative, stay g-rated.)

Please tell your friends or others to join us. 

For parking:  Westover Park is 1/3 mile from the intersection.  If you turn right at the intersection when you are on River Road, Westover Park is about 1/3 of a mile on the left.  For people who cannot walk this distance, we will work together to shuttle everyone from the Westover Park to the Rally.

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Important City Council meeting December 20--Council considering removing fracking ban from the books

 

HELP KEEP THE MORGANTOWN FRACKING BAN ON THE BOOKS--Come to the City Council meeting at 7:30 pm Tuesday, December 20, and SPEAK UP FOR THE BAN.
 
We worked hard for this ban, and although it was overturned by Judge Susan Tucker, it remains on the books--for now. On Tuesday, the City Council will consider its removal.
 
One question we have: Why the rush to remove the ban from the books? What is the motivation here? We deserve to know.
 
Many issues are still up in the air with the approved industry-compliant Governor's Bill, and several legislators are planning to work to amend that action during the regular session (beginning in January). The governor gutted the Joint Select Committee bill, compromising or removing important passages addressing air quality, well-water restrictions, water withdrawals, and siting.
 

Not only that, but there is still a question regarding local authority to make zoning or regulatory decisions about fracking. 

 
Keeping the municipal fracking ban on the books is a strong statement of support for amendments to protect our water and our air, and sends a message to our government that we refuse to cave to industry pressure and put our health and safety--and our children's future--at risk.
 
And by standing strong for our right to clean air and water, Morgantown can set a positive example for other cities and counties throughout West Virginia that are dealing with the harsh realities of horizontal drilling and fracking.
 
Together we can make an impact on our media, our government, and the progress of Marcellus regulation in the upcoming legislative session
 
The City Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Please attend, and be prepared to speak up for the ban. 
 
 
 
 
 

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Concerned Citizens Announce Date for the Largest Fracking Rally in Washington, DC

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMay 2, 2012

Contact: 
Calvin Tillman: 940-453-3640
Kari Matsko: 440-579-5314
John Fenton: 307 856-7098 or 307-709-2540
Don Morrison: 701-224-8587
Jason Pitt, Sierra Club: 202-675-6272
Lauren Pagel, Earthworks: 202-887-1872 x107

Concerned Citizens Announce Date for the Largest Fracking Rally in Washington, DC

National Day of Action will bring thousands to Washington, DC to put the public interest before drilling industry profits

Washington, D.C—Today citizens from affected communities, together with environmental organizations and community groups, announced a call to action to demand an end to putting oil and gas drilling profits ahead of public health, clean water and air and the safety of our communities.  This event will be the largest of its kind and will take place in on the West Lawn of the United States Capitol, Washington, DC from 10am to 2pm on July 28th, 2012.

Labeled “Stop the Frack Attack,” the rally will bring thousands to the nation’s capitol to demand greater government responsibility and corporate accountability for harm that existing oil and gas development causes.

Community groups and organizations from Pennsylvania, West Virginia, New York, Maryland, Texas, Wyoming, Ohio, Colorado, New Jersey, New Mexico, Idaho, Virginia and North Dakota have signed on in support of the event.  For more information and list of endorsing organizations and members of the citizen-based advisory council, please visit www.stopthefrackattack.org

In support of this National Day of Action, concerned citizens from across the country issued the below statements.

Read more on “Concerned Citizens Announce Date for the Largest Fracking Rally in Washington, DC” »

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13th Annual Watershed Celebration Day

Theme: Marcellus Shale Gas Drilling

Friday, November 4th – Rig Tour, Dinner, Film Fest, Social

Saturday, November 5th – Watershed Celebration Day

Jackson’s Mill 4H Camp

Weston, WV

Contact: Jami Thompson, wrc@wvca.us

Registration Deadline: October 1st.

To register online visit: http://www.wvca.us/wvwn/wcdn.cfm

 

Friday, November 4th

Marcellus Shale Drill Rig Tour:

12:00 - 5:15 PM

 

Note: A $10.00 deposit will be required from all tour  participants. Deposit checks will be returned to all participants upon arrival to attend tour. Please make checks payable to WVCAC / WCD.

Join us for a Free Tour to a Marcellus Shale Gas Drilling Site on Friday, November 4, 2011.  Meet at Jackson's Mill State 4H Camp.  Pre-registration is required, 30 people will be accepted, maximum of two per watershed group (call Jami Thompson, WVCA, to register, 304.558.0382).

Chesapeake Energy (a co-sponsor of WCD) will make a presentation on the drilling process, provide the bus, take people to an operating drill pad, and be our tour guide.  You will get up close to see the project, learn about what is actually done during the drilling process, and ask questions. 

Hardhats, safety glasses, and headsets will be provided.  No open toe shoes, wear steel toe shoes if you have them, or Chesapeake will provide toe clips.  Participants will be required to sign a liability waiver before the tour. 

Eat your lunch  before you arrive, bring water & snacks for yourself, and dress for the weather.

Tour Agenda (For 30 People):

12:00 PM                           Meet at Jacksons Mill 4H  Camp.

12:00 – 1:00 PM               Drilling 101 - Overview of the process.  (1 hr)

1:00 - 2:15 PM                   Load bus and drive to drill site.  (1:15 hr)

2:15 - 3:45 PM                  Tour active drill rig site.  (1:30 hr)

3:45 – 5:00 PM                  Load bus and return to Jacksons Mill.  (1:15 hr)

5:00 - 5:15 PM                   Post-Tour discussion/ debrief.  (0:15 hr)

 

Dinner, Film Festival & Social

5:30-10:30 p.m.: For Everyone. At Jacksons Mill 4H Camp.

5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Dinner at Jacksons Mill, in our Social Reception Room (Pizza/Salad).

6:30-10:30 PM:  Film Fest - Marcellus Shale Gas Drilling.  * Social Reception in room across the hall.  

Films:

6:30 - 8:00 p.m.: Gas Land (1.5 hours)

8:05 - 8:20 p.m.: BREAK (Social)

8:25 - 8:40 p.m.: Industry Response to Gas Land (15 min)

8:45 - 9:00 p.m.: BREAK (Social)

9:00 - 10:30 p.m.: Gas Odyssey (1.5 hours)

 

Saturday, November 5th

Watershed Celebration / 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

7:00 - 8:30 a.m.         Breakfast in Dining Hall

8:00 - 8:45 a.m.         Registration & Display Set Up

8:45 - 9:30 a.m.         Welcome & Overview / Future of WCD

9:30 - 10:30 a.m.       Marcellus Shale Panel Discussion 

Moderator: Rick Buckley

U.S. Office of Surface Mining

 

                        (6 speakers / 10 minutes each)

·         Duane Nichols, Co-Chair, WV/PA Monongahela Area Watershed Compact

·         Delegate Woody Ireland, R-Ritchie, Joint  Legislative Select Committee Member

·         Rick Campbell, WVDEP Inspector

·         Eddy Grey, PE, PS Triana Services

·         (Invited) Amy Bergdale, EPA Scientist on Latest Study

·         Julie Archer, WV Surface Owners Rights        

 

10:30 - 11:30 a.m.    Panel Continued / Question Cards & Responses

11:30 - 12:30 p.m.    Networking / Water Sampling, Don Gasper /Developing a Youth Advisory Board, Friends of Deckers Creek

12:30 - 1:30 p.m.      Lunch in Dining Hall

1:30 - 3:00 p.m.  Volunteer Awards Ceremony

 

Scholarships Available For Watershed Associations

 Watershed associations participating in Friday’s Educational Tours and/or  Watershed Celebration Day on Saturday are eligible to receive a $200 scholarship to help cover the cost of  attending. You must submit a scholarship request, including a brief description of need. You may send your requests to WVCA WRC by FAX: 304.558.1635 or e-mail: wrc@wvca.us. Contact Jami Thompson at: 304.558.0382 / 800.682.7866 in WV for additional scholarship information.

 δ Note: Scholarship applicants must be traveling more than 30 miles to be eligible. Only one  scholarship per watershed association will be awarded.

Registration deadline: October 1, 2011

Watershed Resource Center

1900 Kanawha Blvd., East

Charleston, WV 25305-0193

(800) 682-7866 / (304) 558-0382

FAX:  (304) 558-1635

wrc@wvca.us

Online registration:

http://www.wvca.us/wvwn/

 

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WVDEP's Public Comment Hearing/Deadline on Horizontal Drilling Rules (35CSR8)

From the WV Sierra Club:

Back in July, Senate President Earl Ray Tomblin, acting as Governor, signed an executive order directing the DEP to develop “emergency rules” to regulate Marcellus Shale gas drilling. Although it falls short, the plan is a positive first step. 

The Legislature must now act to address the many additional problems Marcellus fracking poses to our health, air, water and land. 

 

But first, as part of this whole process, the WV Department of Environmental Protection will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, Oct. 11, at 6 p.m. in the Coopers Rock Conference Room at the WVDEP Headquarters located at 601 57th Street, SE, Charleston, (Kanawha City next to the Kanawha Mall). The purpose of the hearing is to receive comments on these proposed rules. Any person wishing to comment on the proposed rule is invited to be present.  In addition to oral comments provided at the hearing, the agency will accept written comments at any time up to the conclusion of the public hearing.  At this point, it may be too late to have comments submitted by U.S. Mail, but written comments may be e-mailed to dep.comments@wv.gov

For a copy of the proposed rule:  http://www.dep.wv.gov/oil-and-gas/Pages/default.aspx

More information on the emergency rules is available here and here

From the perspective of WV Sierra Club and allied organizations, these emergency rules are inadequate to ensure safe, responsible development of the Marcellus Shale.

 

Here are a number of problems with the proposed rules.  Take your pick.  Email the DEP and let them know how you feel.

Talking Points on the Rule:

  • The rules are of limited applicability and apply only to horizontal wells.  The rule does not apply to vertical Marcellus Shale wells (like the one shown on the WV-SORO website) that use the amount of water and disturb the amount of land that the rule would otherwise cover and there are no improvements for the many conventional wells that are still drilled.
  • The rule does not give surface owners notice of plans to drill the wells until the permit is actually filed, and then there are only 15 days to file comments, no hearing on the permit application, and no power for the State to help a surface owner whose future home site is now going to be a well site.
  • The rule continues to allow gas wells to be drilled within 200 feet of peoples’ homes. This close proximity is of particular concern for Marcellus Shale operations, given their duration, the air, noise, light and other pollution from the sites. In addition, there is the potential for more serious accidents such as the fires and explosions that occurred last year in the Northern Panhandle.

The DEP’s press release was misleading when it said that the rule, “stipulates that all drill cuttings and drilling mud be disposed of in anapproved solid waste facility.” 

Section 4.3  also states, “or managed on-site in a manner otherwise approved by the Secretary,”  There is no indication of what the Secretary may approve.  “Approved solid waste facility” is a complete mystery, and “or managed on-site in a manner otherwise approved by the Secretary” means pit burial.  “Approved by the Secretary” is not acceptable.  The secretary is a political appointee who takes orders from elected politicians who depend on campaign donations. 

A scientific study of the problems associated with on-site burial of pit waste from a conventional well drilled in Fernow Experimental Forest documented seeps and leaching into surrounding soils.  Marcellus Shale wells contain more potential contaminates, toxins and carcinogens (including naturally occurring radioactive materials (NORMs) than conventional wells and at much greater volumes.

 

In Section 4.1.a. Withdrawing water from surface waters of the State using methods deemed appropriate by the Secretary so as to maintain sufficient in-stream flow immediately downstream of the withdrawal location; Acceptable methods for determining sufficient in-stream flow should be made by politically independent scientists.

 

4.2.a. Within forty-eight (48) hours, but no less than twenty-four (24) hours, prior to the withdrawal of water, the operator shall identify the location of withdrawal by latitude and longitude; verify, using methods deemed acceptable by the Secretary, that sufficient flow exists to protect designated uses of the stream; and provide notice to the Office as prescribed by the Secretary;    “using methods acceptable to the Secretary” is not acceptable

 

3.3.f.2. A demonstration, using methods acceptable to the Secretary (there’s that unacceptable phrase again), that sufficient in-stream flow will be available immediately downstream of the point of withdrawal. Sufficient in-stream flow is maintained when pass-by flow that is protective of the identified use of the stream is preserved immediately downstream of the point of withdrawal.

  • The requirement that an engineer must design the well pad if it is more than 3 acres is a good thing.  However, having an engineer supervise the construction and reclamation would help ensure that soil erosion and sediment control plans are followed since there are too few inspectors to oversee these activities.  The engineering requirement does not apply to the well access roads or pipelines, which are frequently more of a problem than the well sites themselves.
  • Many of the provisions related to the water management plans had already been implemented in practice under the Manchin administration, although the requirement that operators disclose the chemicals added to water used to fracturing or stimulate a well is new and appreciated. 
  • Many of the new casing and cementing requirements are too vague.  The rule sets standards that would allow the State to cite the driller if something went wrong, as opposed to standards that could prevent problems from occurring in the first place. For example, the rules state that all cement used must "secure the casing to the well bore..." but do not require the driller to run a bond log to make sure that it actually does.
  • With regard to drinking water supplies, there are no expanded set backs or testing parameters included in the rule.  Currently drillers are required to test for constituents in drilling muds and fluids, but not for chemicals or chemical compounds commonly used in hydraulic fracturing.  And there is no clarification of replacement requirements for damaged or lost groundwater or surface water supplies. 
  • Nothing is done to even study the air quality from flaring methane into the atmosphere and the many releases of methane, nitrogen oxide (NOx), and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from well sites and compressor stations.

           The rule insults those living in rural areas by only requiring published notice of the    siting of these industrial drill sites if a well will be drilled inside the city limits.  The rule would not even have required public notice of the controversial well drilled just outside the city limits of MorgantownLanguage should cover public notice for all wells, not just within municipalities. 

                                                                                                                           

3.3.d. The planned management and disposition of wastewater from fracturing, stimulation, and production activities;

The specific place of wastewater disposal should also be in the water management plan.  They are going to run out of places to put this waste fluid (which obviously is NOT just “wastewater”).  Restrictions should be tightened.

 

3.4.b. Well site safety meetings. – Safety meetings shall be held on-site weekly, at a minimum, and specifically prior to the beginning of drilling, completion, and work-over operations. Meeting attendance shall be logged, and the log shall be maintained on site. A check-in and check-out list of all personnel shall be maintained during the drilling and completion phases of the operation.

Personnel attending well site safety meetings should include subcontractors and truckers (or some other provision for training truckers must be found).  At each well site safety meeting  all workers, including truck drivers, should be provided with and keep in their possession the up-to-date phone numbers to call in case of any emergency.  Spills from trucks, whether on the site or in transit, are emergencies.

 

4.1.b. Casing, sealing or otherwise managing wells to keep fluids or natural gas from entering ground or surface waters;

 “or otherwise managing wells” – does this phrase open the door to anything?  Drillers that continue to use hay bales to stop sediment of chemical spills are not to be trusted to decide how to manage fluids.

 

4.1.c. Conducting oil and gas operations using BMPs (Best Management Practices) so as to prevent, to the extent practicable, additional contributions of suspended or dissolved solids to stream flow or runoff outside the permit area, but in no event shall the contributions be in excess of requirements set by applicable State or federal law.

 “to the extent practicable” is an unacceptable loophole.

 

4.4.a.4. Casing shall not be disturbed for a period of at least eight hours after the completion of cementing operations

This is the most critical function in protecting groundwater.  An inspector should be required on-site to sign off on the log verifying that casing cement was properly cured.  Is there not a test to determine when the cement has set?

 

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June 6 - Enhancing Public Understanding of Natural Gas Issues Conference

WEST VIRGINIA EXTENSION SERVICE
ENHANCING PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF NATURAL GAS ISSUES CONFERENCE
JUNE 6, 2012
 
MORGANTOWN, WV
MORGANTOWN EVENT CENTER-A
WATERFRONT PLACE
 
A. ENHANCING PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF NATURAL GAS ISSUES CONFERENCE
The first annual Public Natural Gas Education Conference is sponsored by the WVU Extension Service (WVUES) Natural Gas Education Team. During this conference we plan to present current topics and information about natural gas exploration in the Marcellus shale region. Guest speakers come from state higher education institutions, government entities, and private businesses. Additional information, along with registration, and a schedule, can be found on the WVUES Oil and Natural Gas website at: http://anr.ext.wvu.edu/oil_gas, Educational Programs tab. We hope you will join us for this event.
 
B. ABOUT THE WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SERVICE NATURAL GAS EDUCATION TEAM
The WVU Extension Service’s Natural Gas Education Team plans, coordinates, and provides programming on a variety of topics related to natural gas exploration in West Virginia. The team consists of a network of Extension personnel and other professionals. Goals of the team are to: 1) serve as a statewide resource in assisting our citizens who have resource concerns and questions regarding natural gas production in West Virginia; and 2) provide non-biased, research based educational material and programming to the citizens of West Virginia, which in turn will allow them to make better educated decisions regarding natural gas production in West Virginia.
 
C. CONFERENCE TOPICS
a. Public Health Issues
b. Seismology and Earthquakes
c. Safety on Natural Gas Well Sites
d. Private Property Assessments, Taxation, and Insurance Issues
e. Banking and Financing Issues
 
D. INFORMATION SHOW
Informational displays will be setup to educate the public about current issues and past programming efforts presented by the WVUES Natural Gas Education Team. If you would like to have a display at the conference, please indicate this on the registration form.
 
E. REGISTRATION
It is FREE to attend this event, however, pre-registration is recommended by the deadline. Registration at the door will be accepted. Lunch, breaks, and parking are included. Parking is in the Waterfront Place parking garage.
You can register by mail, e-mail, fax with the attached form or register online.  If you have any questions, please call Georgette Plaugher, WVUES Program Coordinator at 304-329-1391.
 
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: MAY 25, 2012
 
Visite http://anr.ext.wvu.edu/oil_gas/leasing for more information.

 

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