A majority of Americans favor expanding natural gas production and exporting large amounts of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Europe as the continent works to reduce its reliance on Russian energy supplies, according to a recent Pew Research Center poll. Pew found that 61% of Americans favor more natural gas production and exports to allies…
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A poll released by Franklin & Marshall College shows that Pennsylvanians still have a favorable view of the natural gas industry, indicating general support for shale production, but questioning more strongly the potential environmental risks associated with it.
A new poll shows opposition to hydraulic fracturing (fracking) has hit a new high among voters in New York State. Most poll respondents agreed that Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been avoiding making a decision about the practice.
A coalition of New York landowners that supports natural gas development filed a lawsuit Friday in the state Supreme Court against Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the state departments of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and Health (DOH) and their respective commissioners over delays in considering high-volume hydraulic fracturing (HVHF).
Yet another poll has been released gauging support for TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL pipeline, this time showing that an overwhelming bipartisan majority of American voters are in favor of the project and other large-scale energy infrastructure development across the country.
A poll of 1,250 registered voters living in the Marcellus and Utica shale regions released on Monday found that an overwhelming majority of those surveyed support more environmental safeguards and regulations as a condition of further oil and gas development in Appalachia.
A plurality of Americans support hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and would even support the practice in their own hometown, according to a poll conducted by the Robert Morris University (RMU) Polling Institute.
Two public opinion polls, one in New York and one of voting-age residents across the nation, indicate that support for hydraulic fracturing (fracking) is slipping, with opposition to the practice reaching a high in one poll conducted in New York.
A snap poll conducted by theSyracuse Post-Standardin New York has found that nearly 88% of respondents believe hydraulic fracturing (fracking) should at least be permitted in certain parts of the state, while only about 10% believe the practice should be banned outright.
A report by the United Kingdom’s University of Nottingham indicates that public opinion in the country is beginning to shift in favor of unconventional natural gas development, which uses hydraulic fracturing (fracking).