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Marcellus Shale Lecture Series

  • March 31, 2011
  • 8:00 PM - 9:59 PM
  • 250 Baird Hall, University at Buffalo, North Campus
MARCELLUS SHALE LECTURE SERIES
Energy Resources and the Environment in Western New York
DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY
University at Buffalo
The State University of New York


Presents
Rayola Dougher, Senior Economic Advisor
American Petroleum Institute
"NATURAL GAS AND THE ENERGY FUTURE OF THE UNITED STATES"
8:00 pm, Thursday, March 31, 2011
250 Baird Hall, University at Buffalo, North Campus
Free and open to the public!!
For more information about the series and to pre-register for this program and others, please visit: https://www.ubevents.org/event/marcellus
The first in a series of educational talks organized around the theme of unconventional natural gas drilling in New York State, designed to provide an objective presentation and assessment of the nature of unconventional gas drilling, regulation, and potential socioeconomic and environmental impacts. The series will present a general overview and global context for gas drilling in New York, and specifics of unconventional gas exploration and extraction in New York State including geology, land use, legal issues and environmental impacts. Talks will be given every Thursday at 8pm from March 31st through May 19, 2011. Information on a dedicated website will be circulated soon.
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