Flaring from a well pad, Springville, PA
Franklin Forks, PA
Methane flaring from shale gas operations light up the night sky
Methane bubbling in the Susquehanna River. Wyalusing, PA
Tap water lit on fire due to high methane concentrations. Bradford County, PA,
Flaring from natural gas drilling lights up a dark rural road, Springville, PA
View from a neighbor's porch of a shale gas drilling rig on a former dairy farm, Rome, PA
Aidan Horn in his trailer in Dimock, PA. His water was contaminated by shale gas operations. He gets rashes from the tap water.
Methane bubbles out of a kitchen sink tap, Monroeton, PA
An apple tree illuminated from gas drilling flaring, Forest Lake, PA.
Sautner family property in Dimock PA
Halliburton fracking operations in Franklin Forks, PA
Tamara Horn inside her trailer with a methane vent reflected in the window, Dimock PA
Gas drilling rig in Sullivan, County, PA,
Water buffalo sits on the Spencer property after their well water was contaminated by gas drilling, The family won a lawsuit against Chesapeake and moved away. Wyalusing, PA
Local activist Frank Finan sets up an air monitor to measure contaminants produced by nearby shale gas drilling. Forest Lake, PA
Halliburton fracking operations, Franklin Forks, PA
Water trucks line up at a water withdrawal station. It takes around 5 million gallons of water to frack one well. Wyalusing, PA
Judy Stiles and her daughter Angie outside their trailer as her daughter recovered from a seizure. The family fled their home in Bradford County after their water supply became contaminated with water contained dangerous levels of lead, methane, propane, ethane, ethene, barium, magnesium, strontium, and arsenic. Their house was full of radon. They fled and not long after. Judy's husband Carl Stiles, got sick with cancer, took his own life. They attribute their health problems to shale gas drilling and water contamination that was found in their community of Sugar Run.
Jason Lamphere, Monroeton Pa. His water supply became contaminated after shale gas drilling. Eventually, a gas company bought his property and the family left.
Dana Dolney, a breast cancer survivor, protests against fracking outside Pennsylvania's Department of Enviornmental Protection (DEP) office where the Marcellus Shale Advisory Commission was holding a meeting.
Jodie Simon's daughter outside their trailer in Monroeton, Pa. The girl became sick after their water became contaminated with methane. The family said the problems began with nearby shale gas operations .
Matt Walker, from the Clean Air Council, and Ralph Kisburg of the Responsible Drilling Alliance, visit the one-room home of organic farmers Adron and Mary Delarosa, alerting them to a meeting about a compressor station planned near their home. The station, and the four wells already mapped within one mile of their home, have made the couple fear for their daughter’s health. Springville, Susquehanna County. -
Organic farmer Stephen Cleghorn releases the ashes of his wife
Lucinda Hart-Gonzalez who died of breast cancer. During the service he declared his farm frack free in dedication to the couple's life of environmental justice. Reynoldsville, Pa.,
Dust from a gas drilling truck, Wyalusing, PA
Flaring, Springville, PA, 2011
Shale gas drilling rig, Rome, PA