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Pipeline Safety Act: How is It Working and What’s in the Pipeline for 2016? The Midstream Connection: Permitting and Building Infrastructure to Connect Production to Downstream Markets Water Sourcing: An Update on Water Resources Acquisition within the Basin

Doing More with Less: Drilling and Completions in the Appalachian Basin Protecting Groundwater: Well Construction/Methane Creating Sustainable Habitat through Pipeline Development Act 13: Supreme Court Decision/Industry Impact

How Shale is Making America a World Leader in Energy Exports The Marcellus Shale Impact Fee: What is the True Impact? Local Government in Pennsylvania: Opportunities for Industry The Appalachian Basin: Regulatory Approaches to Ensure Environmental Protection

Getting Gas to Markets Across PA: Opportunities and Challenges Game Changer: How Shale Development has Spurred a Regional Economic Renewal


Act Engineers, Inc. Aggreko

SHALE INSIGHT 2014 offers a front-row seat for the most important discus-


sions on shale development, featuring some of the most prominent industry and government leaders. Attendees will network with the most influential industry executives and innovative thought leaders through three days of pre- conference workshops, technical and public affairs insight sessions, keynote addresses, poster session, and a dynamic exhibit hall featuring all the major shale players.

Plan to arrive in advance and attend the pre- conference workshops on Tuesday, Sept. 23. The pre-conference sessions are included in the conference registration fee at no additional charge.


• Technology Showcase

• underground Injection Well Policy Forum • Pre-Drill Sampling: Collection, Stakeholder relations, Complaint Investigation and Protocols • Protection of Sensitive resources During Planning and Development

ALS Environmental Apex Companies, LLC ArM Group Inc. Beitzel Corporation

Ben Franklin Shale Gas Innovation & Commercialization Center BWI Eagle

Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation Calfrac Well Services Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. Cleveland Brothers Equipment Co., Inc. CSD Engineers E.J. Breneman L.P. EarthSoft, Inc. Entech Engineering Environmental Management Specialists, Inc. (EMS) Environmental Service Laboratories, Inc. Environmental Tank & Container (ETC) ErM

Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories Environmental, LLC Fairway Laboratories Frontier Environmental FTS International Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc. Globalstar

Golder Associates, Inc. Groundwater & Environmental Services, Inc. (GES) GSE Enviromental, Inc. Hach Company

Join the growing list of companies participating in the SHALE INSIGHT™ Exhibit!

To secure a booth, visit and click on Exhibit.

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Hartman & Hartman, Inc. Holloman Corporation HomeWaters retreats Honeywell Safety Products Hull & Associates, Inc. Indiana County Center for Economic Operations Industrial Scientific Intertek

Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, Inc. (JMT) Keystone Clearwater Solutions Larson Design Group Lindy Paving / Trumbull Energy Services

Marcellus Shale Coalition MarkWest Energy Partners Michael Baker International ModSpace

Moody and Associates, Inc.

Natural resource Group LLC (NrG) New Pig Energy Noise Solutions Inc.

Nuverra Environmental Solutions, Inc. Orbital Engineering

Pace Analytical Services, Inc. Pedigree Technologies

Pennsylvania Power Corporation Pepperl+Fuchs, Inc. Percheron LLC PetroChoice

Pittsburgh regional Alliance range resources

resource Environmental Solutions, LLC rETTEW

Simtronics Corp. SNL Energy

Specialized Desanders Inc. Stantec STV

Sunnyside Supply TekSolv

TenCate Mirafi

Tensar International Corporation Tetra Tech Inc. Thermo Scientific

Thermoenergy Corporation T.P. Electric, Inc.

u.S. Steel Tubular Products universal Well Services, Inc. urS Corporation

Washington County Chamber of Commerce Willbros

Williams Scotsman XTO Energy

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