Monday, October 31, 2011

Oct. 27 presentations now posted

We are working on the google docs created for these presentations from the Oct. 27 panel discussion "Urban Gas Drilling in Denton: Environmental and Public Health Perspectives." So far, one is up but the other is too big...trying to resolve that technical issue.

1. Thomas La Point "Resource Use, Risk Assessment, and Us: Connecting the Dots"
2. Alisa Rich "Natural Gas Emissions and Health Risks"

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Rogue Wells in Denton?

This Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. in City Hall, the Planning and Zoning Commission will hear about two wells on the Southern edge of UNT campus. Click here and look at agenda item 5b. These are not new wells.  These wells have been in operation since 2009 even though the city has been aware that they never received an SUP (specific use permit). The meeting is open to the public and citizens can sign-up for a three-minute speaking slot if they wish to comment.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

State Regulators and Industry Perspectives Resources now online

Thanks to all of our panelists and Kevin Roden (cameraman, philosopher, statesman), we now have the video of the October 20 panel "Perspectives from State Regulators and the Industry" online. Check it out here. We also have the TCEQ presentation by Tony Walker and the RRC presentation by John Tintera as google docs. We will post the Devon presentation by Jay Ewing as soon as we get it.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Two October DAG events - posters


Two DAG Panel Discussions in October

1. Thursday October 20, 7-9 p.m., UNT campus, EESAT (ENV) 110


Urban Gas Drilling: Perspectives from State Regulators and the Industry


A panel presentation by:
Jay Ewing, Devon Energy Corporation, Manager, Completion and Construction
John Tintera, Railroad Commission of Texas, Executive Director
Tony Walker, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Director

2. Thursday October 27, 7-9 p.m., UNT campus, EESAT (ENV) 110 

Urban Gas Drilling in Denton: Environmental and Public Health Impacts

A panel presentation by:

Alisa Rich, MPH, PhD, President, Wolf Eagle Environmental

Tom Lapoint, PhD, Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, University of North Texas

Cherelle Blazer, MESc, Science and Policy Advisor, Earthworks, and Member, City of Dallas Gas Drilling Task Force