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The Impact of Oil and Natural Gas Facilities on Rural Residential Property Values: A Spatial Hedonic Analysis

Author(s): Peter Charles Boxall and Wing Hong Chan Date: 01.2015 Source / Publisher: Resources & Energy Economics Key findings: The presence of oil and gas facilities within 2.5 miles of rural residential properties in Alberta, Canada reduced property values between four and eight percent, with the potential for doubling the decrease, depending on the level …

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The Social Costs of Fracking

This study is the first detailed, long-term analysis of the social costs of fracking borne by rural Pennsylvania communities. Bibliography: Food & Water Watch The Social Costs of Fracking. A Pennsylvania case study Food & Water Watch, Sept. 18, 2013 Fulltext download See also: Sharon Kelly, Report Exposes Social Costs of Fracking on Rural America. …

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An Exploratory Study of Air Quality near Natural Gas Operations

An Exploratory Study of Air Quality near Natural Gas Operations Author(s): Kim Schultz, Carol Kwiatkowski and Theo Colborn Date: 11.2012 Source / Publisher: Human and Ecological Risk – Assessment Human and Ecological Key findings: The greatest number of chemicals were detected during the initial drilling phase. 57 non-methane hydrocarbons (NMHCs) were found near gas wells …

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