In late January 2019, CNX experienced drilling complications at one of their deep gas wells which resulted in a pressure spike at nearby shallow wells. Nine shallow wells were flared (shown in graphic) to relieve pressure yet authorities claimed there were no impacts on the environment.
This incident was covered by the Post-Gazette’s Anya Litvak. Read it Here.
Join this public meeting and learn more about what this incident means and its impact on the reservoir, drinking water for 120,000 customers. The DEP, MAWC and Dr. John Stoltz, director of the Center for Environmental Research and Education at Duquesne University will be there to answer questions.