Why does USP support responsible Drilling?

By Steve Mohr, Chairman and,
Dennis Wydra, Marcellus Team Leader

The answer is actually very factual, logical, and based on sound science. USP supports responsible drilling because....    Read More


Pa. ranks just after Texas in shale jobs

The Keystone state has nearly 103,000 people employed in jobs linked to oil and gas extraction.

By Erich Schwartzel / The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pennsylvania is second only to Texas in the number of workers employed by the unconventional oil and gas industry, according to a new report by IHS Global Insight.  Read more



This is a very important 34 minutes to set the record

straight about drilling and water pollution.

A teacher and mom living on a dairy farm in Susquehanna County seeks answers from scientists, environmentalists, and government officials on… “Is our water safe in drilling country?” She traveled the USA to get the answers. . To view the truthland video visit their website, this video tells the truth about hydraulic fracturing.  

All sportsmen and their families need to see this.


USP supports responsible drilling


The Unified Sportsmen team of Bill Miller, Dr. Charles Bolgiano, Jim Slinsky, Steve Mohr, and Dr. Dennis Wydra devoted four years collecting the information for this Op-Ed article, Drill Baby Drill in Pennsylvania State Forests, Just the Facts…

Other sportsmen’s groups supporting responsible drilling include:

  1. Pennsylvania Game Commission
  2. Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission
  3. DCNR (they have the most gas and oil wells)


MSC Statement on Impact Fee Tax Disbursements

Pittsburgh, Pa. - Marcellus Shale Coalition president Dave Spigelmyer issued the following statement regarding the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission’s disbursement of 2013’s nearly $225 million in shale impact fee tax revenues for local governments:    Read more



The Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC) is pleased to announce that registration is open for SHALE INSIGHT™ 2014.   Read more


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