State environmental regulators plan to meet with Sunoco over violations with its Mariner East pipeline. The latest was another involving Snitz Creek.
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Polls show about 70% of Pennsylvanians want their state lawmakers to do more to address climate change. StateImpact Pennsylvania asked you for examples.
Most of the state’s fires are small and are extinguished quickly.
The violations included failure to properly maintain erosion and sedimentation best management practices, drilling fluid spills, and sediment discharge into waterways.
Pa. utility regulator says Sunoco must do more to share safety information on Mariner East project in Cumberland County
The order requires Sunoco to schedule a public awareness meeting and pay a $1,000 fine.
Wolf said letting the bill become law would “effectively deny that climate change is an urgent problem that demands prudent solutions.”
Polls show about 70% of Pennsylvanians want the legislature to do more to address climate change. StateImpact wants to know what type of action voters are looking for.
Oversight board’s approval starts next phase of Pennsylvania’s contested attempt to join regional cap-and-trade program
The board’s vote opens the next phase in the lengthy regulatory process.
Unconventional drillers extracted 6.8 trillion cubic feet of natural gas last year, a more than 10 percent increase from 2018.
The Environmental Quality Board voted Tuesday to approve a draft regulation that would have Pennsylvania join RGGI. It next goes up for public comment.