What is a typical water emergency?

    • A water main leak causing flooding/damage or icy conditions in the winter.
    • A service line leak outside of the home causing flooding/damage or icy conditions in the winter.
    • A leak inside the home causing flooding/damage and the inside valve is inoperable.

    What is a typical wastewater emergency?

    • A basement back up of wastewater.
    • A manhole or clean out that is overflowing.

     

      EMERGENCY HOTLINE:

      (724) 755-5800

      24 hours a day / 7 days a week

       

      PLEASE CALL 911 IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING A HAZARDOUS EMERGENCY SITUATION

      Marcellus Shale Reports

       

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      For information about the Natural Gas drilling anomaly of Jan-Feb 2019, test results and other information from the time surrounding the event are available here.

       

      CNX ENERGY UPDATES

      2020

      2019

      2018

      2016 - 2017

      CONSOL ENERGY UPDATES 2014 - 2015

      PDF iconConsol Report March 2015

      PDF iconConsol Report January 2015

      PDF iconConsol Report August 2014

      PDF iconConsol Report June 30, 2014

      PDF iconConsol Report April 21, 2014

      PDF iconConsol Report March 24, 2014

      PDF iconConsol Report February 24,2014

      PDF iconConsol Report January 17, 2014

       

      AIR QUALITY REPORTS

       

      NATURAL GAS WELL DRILLING

      PDF iconMarcellus Gas Well Drilling Progress

      PDF iconGas Well and Compressor Station Updates

       

      FRAC FLUID INFORMATION

      PDF iconHCl Rev4

      PDF iconDAP-901-1

      PDF iconDWP-612-1

      PDF iconDWP-938-1

      PDF iconDWP-944-3

      PDF iconGranusil msds

       

      GOVENOR'S MARCELLUS SHALE ADVISORY COMMISSION

      PDF iconGovenor's Marcellus Shale Advisory Commission

       

      STUDY FINDS NO PROVEN ADVERSE EFFECTS OF FRACKING

      A study named Hydraulic Fracturing: Meeting the Nation’s Energy Needs While Protecting Groundwater Resources by the National Groundwater Association finds no “definitively documented” cases of widespread adverse water quality or quantity problems attributable to hydrologic fracturing by the oil and gas industry. The study is consistent with the 2013 AWWA white paper.

      Water and Hydraulic Fracturing” which found that there were likely to be no such impacts if fracking is done in accordance with state and federal standards and industry best practices. Like the AWWA report, the NGWA report stresses the importance of properly constructing wells, sealing abandoned wells, effectively managing water use and managing wastewaters at the surface.

       

      Drilling Impact on Water Quality

      Beaver Run water untainted by shale gas wells, tests show

      Drilling has had little impact on Beaver Run Reservoir water quality

       

      INCIDENT REPORTS

      PDF iconGaut Water Based Mud Release 02-27-2015

      PDF iconShallow Well Brine Release Report 10-7-2014

      PDF iconHutchinson #5710 Well Incident 08-12-14

      PDF iconCONSOL Energy Shaw Incident 06-12-2014

      PDF iconCONSOL Energy Hutchinson Location Incident 06-10-2014

      PDF iconCONSOL Energy Mamont Oil Spill Incident 04-22-2014

      PDF iconCONSOL Energy MAWC Gaut Pad 02-06-2014

      PDF iconMamont 1 Drilling Pad Dike Breach 6-13-2013

      PDF iconCNX Kuhns Well Pad Incident Report 6-01-2013

      PDF iconCONSOL Energy Kuhns Well Pad Incident Report 8-2-2012

       

      IUP MAGAZINE ARTICLE

      PDF iconOn Top of Marcellus-IUP Lends Expertise to Energy Industry

       

      TEST RESULTS FROM 1/26/19 drilling issue at Beaver Run Reservoir 

      This section is intended to gather test results and other pertinent information from MAWC regarding the CNX Natural Gas drilling pressure anomaly at the Shaw 1G well on Jan-Feb 2019.

      To date, all results indicate normal background levels of 179 substances and parameters tested for. Test results are posted below.

      While every effort is made to keep this information current, you may wish to consult the Department of Environmental Protection and CNX for new information. DEP cited CNX. The Notice of Violation is below.

      CNX Shaw NOV letter

      TESTING DATA

      Prior to any deep well being fractured on MAWC property, weekly sampling of the reservoir begins a month before the commencement of hydraulic fracturing. This is to establish a baseline of water test results. Please see the maps below for sampling sites.

      After receiving notice of the Shaw pad incident, MAWC commenced daily testing until CNX provided notice that the well had been successfully remediated. Testing continues three times a week.

      AIR TESTING RESULTS

      mawc-iup_air_quality_report_of_12_february_2019.pdf

      mawc-iup_air_quality_report_of_27_february_2019_vf.pdf

      mawc-iup_quarterly_report_1_28_feb_2019.pdf

       

      WATER TESTING RESULTS

      May 7 updates

      5.7 update esl reservoir analyses.pdf

      5.7 update iup lab data.pdf

      5.7 update iup field data.pdf

      5.7 update online monitors.pdf

      5.7 update mawc wtp analyses.pdf

      5.7 update mawc analyses reservoir and creek samples.pdf

       

      March 22 updates

      3-22_update_esl_reservoir_analyses_during_frack_incident.pdf

      3-22_update_mawc_plant_online_monitors.pdf

      3-22_update_mawc_wtp_analyses.pdf

      3-22_update MAWC Analyses Reservoir and Creek Samples.pdf

      iup_lab_data.pdf

      iup_field_data.pdf

       

      Original files

      ESL: Reservoir Analyses During Frack/Incident.pdf

      iup_lab_data.pdf

      iup_field_data.pdf

      mawc_plant_online_monitors_nov-jan.pdf

      mawc_plant_online_monitors_february.pdf

      mawc_plant_online_monitors_march.pdf

      mawc_wtp_analyses.pdf

      mawc_analyses_reservoir_and_creek_samples.pdf

       

      MAWC SAMPLE SITE MAP

      IUP MAP OF SAMPLE SITES

      PRESENTATION

      Please see the attached slides about the 179 substances and parameters that MAWC tests for, and a description of CNX's Shaw Pad pressure anomaly. 

      3.8_slides.pdf

      WATER WELL TESTING

      The PA Department of Environmental Protection has asked that questions about private water well testing be referred to Dan Counahan, Program Manager in Oil and Gas at 412 442-4006.

      A CNX contractor contacted homeowners within a 1-mile radius around the conventional oil and gas wells that were flared during the event and offered to screen such wells to ensure there were no impacts. For questions, please call the DEP at the number above.