Southwest Pennsylvania Railroad; May 2012
Hi all, Here is an afternoon spent on the SWP starting at Everson, PA with some switching and then a couple of shots of the road job heading up toward Greens...
Young Rembrandts: FYI Southwest Pennsylvania
Severe Thunderstorm Cell, Southwest Pennsylvania, June 17th, 2009
This Severe Thunderstorm Cell Shown here was a cause of major flooding through many areas, and wrecked havoc on the area. The storm was dropping 4 inches of ...
The Woodlands by Rich Waters from Butler County, Pennsylvania
Residents in Butler County, Pennsylvania share their fracking experience. Film shared courtesy of Nature Abounds' friend Rich Waters, a local photographer an...
Railfanning in Southwest Pennsylvania, Part 2: CSX
Photos from a railfan trip along CSX tracks in the Connellsville, PA area in September, 2009.
Watch Bridge implosion in southwest Pennsylvania
Demolition crews imploded the 87-year-old Masontown Bridge in southwest Pennsylvania. The bridge connected two counties bisected by the Monongahela River.
SWP Southwest Pennsylvania railroad switch cars at Youngwood, Pa. Nice Train station
May 28, 2012 caught with my cell phone on a beautiful day. Subscribe to my channel for other nice train and model train videos.
How-To Pan For Gold In Southwest Pennsylvania
Beautiful Rivers Of Allegheny Region Southwest Pennsylvania
Including the Monogahela River and the Youghiogheny River. Videos de rios de Norteamerica. Ve la belleza y tranquilidad de estos rios bonitos del estado de P...
Railfanning Along the Rivers of Southwest Pennsylvania: 10-16-11
After chasing the B&LE, Rich, Jon and I took to the Mon Valley to begin our Sunday of shooting. The original plan was to chase a southbound down the Mon Line...
Public News Service
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 23:56:15 -0700
PHOTO: The Southwest Pennsylvania Environmental Health Project says a Yale study found more than a dozen health impacts in up to 40 percent of residents interviewed about nearby fracking wells in Western Pennsylvania. Photo credit: Joshua B.
Fri, 24 Oct 2014 05:57:11 -0700
All three reports have been cited by Pennsylvania regulators and industry to support drilling activity. "It's a really serious mess," said toxicologist David Brown of the Southwest Pennsylvania Environmental Health Project, which helps residents whose ...
Fri, 24 Oct 2014 01:47:37 -0700
On Oct. 16, Southwestern announced that it had signed a purchase and sale agreement to acquire the assets in West Virginia and southwest Pennsylvania in the Upper Devonian, Marcellus and Utica shales. The transaction is subject to consent of the ...
Fri, 24 Oct 2014 12:07:30 -0700
These dollars from Chevron will go to help build STEM programs in the K-12 schools in the Appalachia area, which includes 27 counties across southwest Pennsylvania, northern West Virginia and eastern Ohio. It will also fund ShaleNET, which links people ...
Fri, 24 Oct 2014 07:15:00 -0700
With sale of its assets in the Marcellus and Utica shales, CHK will be detaching itself from 413,000 acres with 1,500 wells in West Virginia and southwest Pennsylvania. Part 2 of this series covered these assets in more detail. Chesapeake's CEO Doug ...
Natural Gas Intelligence
Fri, 24 Oct 2014 11:22:30 -0700
Chevron Corp. has launched the $20 million Appalachia Partnership Initiative to address education and workforce development in 27 counties across southwest Pennsylvania, northern West Virginia and eastern Ohio. Chevron partnered with the Allegheny ...
Today's Energy Solutions
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 03:52:30 -0700
... oil and gas assets covering approximately 413,000 net acres in West Virginia and southwest Pennsylvania targeting natural gas, natural gas liquids and crude oil contained in the Upper Devonian, Marcellus and Utica shales for approximately $5.375 ...
Natural Gas Intelligence
Fri, 24 Oct 2014 07:48:45 -0700
Taxes related to one-time deals earlier in the year, such as EQT's sale of its Jupiter natural gas gathering system in southwest Pennsylvania to affiliate EQT Midstream Partners LP (EQM) for $1.18 billion, also offset profits (see Shale Daily, May 1 ...
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