Dr. Conrad Volz on the WVSA and Frack Water Treatment Facilities
35 minute video dated 3/15/2011 Dan Volz just sampled the outflow of a plant dedicated to treating gas waste fluids, and they found EXTREMELY high levels of barium, bromides, strontium, benzene, 2-BE, chlorides and magnesium — all way over the plant’s permit levels (and some of them weren’t permitted to be discharged at all). Operators also failed to inform any state officials about the discharges.
Dr. Jannette Barth – the Economic Impact of Gas Drilling in the Marcellus Shale
June 3, 2011, Newfield, NY. The Newfield group PAUSE (People Against Unsafe Sources of Energy)hosts Dr. Barth to discuss economic impact of gas drilling. 45 minutes
Gasland Trailer 2010
GASLAND – (2010) Directed by Josh Fox. Winner of Special Jury Prize – Best US Documentary Feature – Sundance 2010. Screening at Cannes 2010.
May 5, 2010 2:47 minute video
Is Your Water at Risk from Fracking?
Food and Water Watch 2:26 minute video dated 2/15/11
The Negatives of Gas Drilling by Professor Tony Ingraffea of Cornell U.
Feb 23, 2011 uploaded to You Tube. 9:24 minute video of Ingraffea speaking to audience at SUNY-Cortland.
Frack Truck Convoys
Jeffrey M. reynolds and James “Chip” Northrup Posted Jan, 2011
Slide presentation with audio on the impact of trucking from the fracking process on communities.
Fracking Shale Gas Industrialization
20 minute video…Chip Northrup What a New York town Should Do?
James (Chip) Northrup, former gas/oil industry executive discusses some of the major problems associated with hydraulic fracturing in the fractured geology of New York State. Produced by Sustainable Otsego. Twenty-seven minutes. Summer 2010.
Legal Rights of Local Governments: Home Rule vs. DEC’s Regulatory System – Part 1
Jan 27, 2011 Video
Hellen Slottje, Senior Attory at The Community Environmental Defense Council.
Understanding Gas Drilling Economic Development and Community Impacts
Aug 19, 2010 Sullivan County, NY Forum As a new industrial activity, gas drilling will inevitably have impacts on the economies and character of local communities. This session will explore impacts by examining a regional and national perspective
Understanding Gas Drilling Environmental and Health Concerns
July 15, 2010 Sullivan County, NY Forum This session will examine potential health and environmental risks associated with gas drilling and hy-draulic fracturing and methods to prevent or mitigate these risks.
Understanding Gas Drilling Poperty and Landowner Issues
June 29, 2010 Sullivan County, NY Forum Understanding leases, land use and property rights of lease-holders, neighbors and municipalities.
Briefing on the Global Shale Gas Initiative Conference by David L. Goldwyn, Special Envoy for International Energy Affairs
This is a 25 minute video dated August 24, 2010/ From the introductory remarks…”The U.S. shale gas phenomenon has transformed global energy markets.”
Contaminants in Brine Water going into regional creeks and streams from sewage plants
9:29 minute video dated 3/14/2010; Dr. Conrad Volz U. of Pittsburgh
Fracking Shale In New York
This four minute video discusses the current state of fracking in NY State.
Jane E. Clougherty, Addressing combined health effects of air pollution and social stressors in communities impacted by natural gas drilling
11/19/2010 University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public Health
Spectra Energy Watch–Where eminent doman meets grassroots & social media
Posted 3/12/2011 short video about Bedford County, PA
The hidden cost of the US Hydraulic fracturing
A 14 minute video from 11-30-2010 Ecologist article.
Benzene Threat–NCTCA 091610 speaker Kirk Claunch .flv
Mr. Claunch has broad experience in all areas of personal injury law. He has an extensive background in helping people suffering from cancers associated with exposure to toxic chemicals and substances.
This is a 13 minute videa
29 videos dates from 11/19/2009 to present covering a wide range of natural gas drilling issues including:
1. Safer Drilling–What Would it Look Like
2. Fracking & Environmental Human Rights
3. Challenges with the Prospect of Industrialization of our Rural Landscape.
4. Just Say No! Using Local Land Use Control to Prohibit Industrialization
5. Living with Contaminated Water Well
Development of Natural Gas from Shales: Some Myths and Realities, May 10, 2011
A presentation by Cornell Professor Dr. Anthony Ingraffea. Dr. Ingraffea’s presentation evaluates myth and facts concerning some of the more notable issues involved in development of unconventional natural gas wells in shale formations. The presentation was sponsored by Penn State Eco-Action and the Sierra Club Moshannon Group. 2 hour presentation. Centre County’s Government and Educational Network
Video: The Environmental Impact of Hydraulic Fracking
Kevin Pereira talks to Professor Tony Ingraffea from Cornell University about the environmental impact of fracking on our water and soil and on climate change. April 20, 2012 (Video: 1:00)
Economics of Climate Change: Mark Z. Jacobson | The New School
Video 2 hours: New School of Social Research talk explores the major environmental issues of global warming, air pollution, and energy insecurity. Mark Z. Jacobson is Director of the Atmosphere/Energy Program and Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University.
Anthony R. Ingraffea’s Powerpoint prepared for his debate with Terry Englander
January 23, 2013. (See video.)
Engelder / Ingraffea debate Dundee NY 1-23-2013
Debate between Dr. Terry Engelder and Dr. Anthony Ingraffea, Dundee NY 1-23-2013, moderated by Jack Ossont. 2 hours
Should New York State and/or Starkey Township Allow High Volume Shale Gas Extraction?
Video: Starkey Town Board sponsored debate between Drs. Tony Ingraffea and Terry Engelder. Jan 23, 2013
Community socio-economic impacts of natural gas development
12 minute video from the Pittsburgh Oil & Gas Summit Nov, 2010
Fracking: Things Find a Way
2 minute video from Earthjustice
Health impacts from drilling, fracking, waste pits and gas production
13 minute video from the Pittsburgh Oil & Gas Summit, Nov., 2010
Hyrofracking: The Pressure To Drill
NY1 30 minute video dated 12/15/2010
In this half-hour special, NY1 examines the issues behind the controversial natural gas drilling process known as hydrofracking.
Important Science in an Urgent Age
Interviews by Andrew revoking, Atkinson Center for Sustainable Future (Cornell University) interview–outside voices series. (Video 1:30:00) September 24, 2012.
The Sky is Pink: Annotated Documents
Gasland. “If it is not possible for gas to migreate from targeted formations, why does industry show so much evident to the contraray in these, their very own documents?”
Video: 1/3 Marcellus Shale Exposed: Tony Ingraffea /Keynote
53 minutes. Published on Apr 3, 2012
Video by Cris McConkey. “Unconventional Gas Development from Shale: Myths and Realities Related to Human Health Impacts”. Keynote address by Anthony Ingraffea at Marcellus Shale Exposed, held March 17, 2012 at Northampton Community College, Bethlehem, PA. In his presentation, Dr. Ingraffea decimates four myths central to the shale gas industry: (1) Fracing is a 60-year old, well-proven technology; (2) Fluid Migration from faulty wells is a rare phenomenon; (3) The use of multi-well pads and cluster drilling reduces surface impacts; and (4) Natural Gas is a clean fossil fuel. The first part deals largely with well integrity, or lack there-of due to inevitible cement failures and human health impacts
Video: 2/3 Marcellus Shale Exposed: Tony Ingraffea /Keynote
17 minutes. Published on Apr 3, 2012
Video by Cris McConkey. “Unconventional Gas Development from Shale: Myths and Realities Related to Human Health Impacts”. Keynote address by Anthony Ingraffea at Marcellus Shale Exposed, held March 17, 2012 at Northampton Community College, Bethlehem, PA. The second part deals with methane emissions from the shale-gas industry, and the imperative of reducing this powerful greenhouse gas immediately.
Video: 3/3 Marcellus Shale Exposed: Tony Ingraffea /Keynote
21 minutes. Published on Apr 3, 2012
Video by Cris McConkey. “Unconventional Gas Development from Shale: Myths and Realities Related to Human Health Impacts”. Keynote address by Anthony Ingraffea at Marcellus Shale Exposed, held March 17, 2012 at Northampton Community College, Bethlehem, PA. The last part is the Q and A, Dr. Ingraffea is the Dwight C. Baum Professor of Engineering at Cornell and a co-founder of Physicians, Scientists Engineers for Sustainable and Healthy Energy.
Natural Gas Drilling: A Discussion at Keuka College
Panelists included Dr. Scott Cline and Dr. Tony Ingraffea. Keuka College, July 26, 2011 (7:30)
Unearthed: The Fracking Facade
A critical look at the false claim that “there are no documented cases where fracking contaminated drinking water.