A coroner says he and a team of anthropology students have recovered what they believe to be more fragmented remains of a worker who was killed when a southwestern Pennsylvania natural gas well exploded last month.
Natives in the rural area of Bobtown say a simple gesture has snowballed out of control.
Critics are raging after an energy giant offered pizza coupons to a community near a natural gas well that exploded last month, killing a worker.
Chevron says crews have capped the second southwestern Pennsylvania gas well that caught fire earlier this month.
The state Department of Environmental Protection says it will likely take until Tuesday to cap two southwestern Pennsylvania gas wells involved in a fatal explosion.
Authorities say they have found remains at the site of last week’s gas well explosion and fire in Greene County that left one worker missing and presumed dead.
Nearly a week after a massive fire and gas well exploded in Greene County, gas giant Chevron is under fire for their response to the blaze.
A worker who has been missing since a gas well in Greene County exploded in a Greene County gas well explosion and fire earlier this month has been identified.
The fire at a natural gas well in Greene County, that has been burning for nearly a week, is finally out.
The fire at a Greene County gas well continues to burn, nearly five days after it started.
Chevron says it’s formulating a plan to safely put out a gas well fire that sparked Tuesday morning in Greene County.
A Department of Environmental Protection spokesman says today’s gas well explosion is the first serious Marcellus shale well blowout in our region.
massive fire and gas well explosion this morning in Greene County has sent one worker to the hospital and left another worker missing.
Chevron says it plans to buy 61 acres of land near Pittsburgh for possible use as a new regional headquarters.
Tradition as old as Japan itself is at odds with Marcellus Shale gas drilling on farmland in Grindstone, Fayette County. In late July, hoping to keep drillers at bay, Fujiko Miller placed bags filled with her ancestor’s ashes on fence posts.