Ellen M. Gilmer
EnergyWire reporter covering oil & gas, especially fracking. Also buzzing about energy policy news from the rest of the E&E newsroom.
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stateimpact.npr.org — After facing mounting public pressure regarding the possibility of natural gas drilling in the Loyalsock State Forest, the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources has agreed to hold a public meeting on the issue.
eenews.net — House appropriators yesterday proposed allocating $24.3 billion to the subcommittee that funds the Interior Department, Forest Service and U.S. EPA for next fiscal year, a level that would likely require significant cuts to a host of conservation programs, clean water grants, and climate change and habitat restoration work, environmentalists warned.
shalereporter.com — SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) - A groundbreaking deal to regulate high-volume oil and gas drilling in Illinois cleared a top House committee Tuesday.
eenews.net — POINT CLEAR, Ala. -- Bob Sussman is on a goodwill mission here aside the glistening Mobile Bay. At an annual meeting of state oil and gas regulators, the U.S. EPA deputy administrator is working to mend fences and ease anxiety. He has his work cut out for him.
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