Publications in GUERNSEY


Pennsylvania’s Second Highest Natural Gas Producer Is Exploring Ohio’s Potential
Cabot Oil and Gas, Pennsylvania’s second highest producer of natural gas, is amplifying its efforts in the Appalachian Basin by expanding its operations into Ohio. The company, which currently produces 2 billion cubic feet of natural gas a day (Bcf/

Anti-Fracking Groups Try to Pull Fast One on Media By Repackaging ‘Health’ Report
Moms Clean Air Force released a new “report” this week that alleges widespread health harms from oil and natural gas development based entirely on an array of debunked talking points and anecdotal accounts, rather than actual air measurements. If th

Moms Clean Air Force released a new “report” this week that alleges widespread health harms from oil and natural gas development based entirely on an array of debunked talking points and anecdotal accounts, rather than actual air measurements. If th

Even a “modest” 30 MW project could potentially generate around one third of Guernsey’s current electricity requirement.

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) this week released shale production data for the first quarter of 2018, showing a nearly 43 percent increase in natural gas production in the beginning of 2018 over the same time last year. In the firs

Earthworks releases air quality report for Noble Co., Ohio that doesn’t actually include any air quality data
Earthworks and Clean Air Task Force (CATF) released a new “report” this week on air quality in Noble County, Ohio (among others) that is based entirely on anecdotes and debunked anti-fracking talking points rather than recent academic research and d

MILLS, Wyoming -- The Wyoming Area Office of the Bureau of Reclamation in Mills, Wyoming will be lowering the water level in Guernsey Reservoir in preparation for the annual silt run according to Carlie Ronca, Wyoming Area Manager. "The silt run is

MILLS, Wyoming -- The Wyoming Area Office of the Bureau of Reclamation has prepared the April snowmelt runoff forecasts and operating plans for the North Platte River Basin. "We anticipate the North Platte Basin water contractors will have a full wa

MILLS, Wyoming -- The Wyoming Area Office of the Bureau of Reclamation in Mills, Wyoming, has prepared the May snowmelt runoff forecasts and operating plans for the North Platte River Basin. "Despite this month's continued projections of below avera
Inhabitat
4/17/2018

Light-filled family home sensitively embraces a British Islands native landscape
When DLM Architects was asked to create an energy-efficient and sustainable family home in St Peter Port of Guernsey, the site’s densely planted vegetation proved both a boon and a challenge. The local planning department had imposed many site rest

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