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StateImpact Pennsylvania on WHYY's Radio Times

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A drill rig rises above a farm in Susquehanna County, Pa.

StateImpact Pennsylvania’s Susan Phillips spoke to host Tracey Matisak on WHYY’s Radio Times this morning, along with ProPublica’s Abrahm Lustgarten. The discussion touched upon new air pollution regulations the EPA has created for natural gas drilling, and the Department of Interior’s proposed rules that would force companies to disclose the chemicals used in the fracking process and test well integrity. Phillips also discusses portions of the state’s new drilling law, Act 13. And Lustgarten talks about a new study that models how frack fluid could migrate to aquifers in a shorter amount of time than previously thought.

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