The Power of 32 is an advocate of a comprehensive cross-sector initiative to promote environmentally responsible development of Shale Gas.
The Shale Gas Roundtable at the University of Pittsburgh’s Institute of Politics, is bringing some clear thinking to the topic.
The roundtable, a diverse group including energy companies, conservation groups, elected officials, foundations, regulatory representatives and land owners, has been collaborating for more than one year to build consensus and craft recommendations on shale development and the impact on the environment.
According to Ty Gourley, Project Director for Shale Gas Roundtable, the group is getting close to completing its recommendations.
In the meantime, read more in this Pittsburgh Business Times article.