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Mapping Pennsylvania’s Impact Fee Revenue (This Time, Officially)

Ever since Governor Corbett announced his initial impact fee proposal in October, StateImpact Pennsylvania has been mapping fee revenue estimates. When the final bill became law in February, we used state-provided well totals to estimate counties’ 2012 revenue. Now that the Department of Environmental Protection has released the official “spudded wells” list the fee will be based on, we’ve updated our map.

The official spud report includes more wells than February’s. As a result, the estimated state fee revenue increases from $202 million to $211 million. Click the map to see how much money each county can expect to receive.

Comments

  • Joan Tully

    Although in the ballpark, the numbers you’re projecting are inaccurate. The people at FrackTrack have released actual figures.

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