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In the latest episode of “energy, explained,” the new podcast from StateImpact Pennsylvania, Megan Holleran tells her family’s story — complete with an unexpected twist — to StateImpact’s Susan Phillips.
Pennsylvania’s most polarizing pipeline brings the fracking boom through Philadelphia’s suburbs. The neighbors aren’t happy. We explain.
Pennsylvania is kind of a big deal when it comes to energy. From fracking to coal to renewables to nuclear, the Keystone State has it all. A new podcast takes you behind the biggest stories.
Sunoco said the 63-year-old interfered with workers at the site, and should be held in contempt of court. Her daughter said the allegations are a form of retaliation.
A reader asked how first responders are supposed to know what to do if a pipeline leaks or ruptures. Another reader wondered whether companies have to take old unused lines out of the ground. StateImpact Pennsylvania reporters checked out both questions.