A recent Wall Street Journal article points out that opponents of natural gas development frequently use bad science to support their claims.
To make the argument against drilling, adversaries blame everything from breast cancer to air pollution on Marcellus development. These claims are as shocking as they are misleading, and are …

At the DVMA’s inaugural breakfast last month, I had the opportunity to speak with Marty Michael, CEO of Miria Systems, a local Philadelphia company that is developing new products to help the drilling companies tackle the issue of water management and other business challenges at drilling sites.
Miria Systems has been …

Good news should be good news. But not in the world of Marcellus Shale development, where all too often science and fact are distorted by bias. This week brings news that Duke University researchers have released a study on isolated cases of saline contamination in select areas of Pennsylvania. Their …

On its face, the name of our organization – the Delaware Valley Marcellus Association – appears to be an oxymoron, since there is no Marcellus Shale in the region for which it is named. But that reflects a misunderstanding of the name, which was intended not to be descriptive, but …