Compressor Station & Gas Infrastructure Impacts

Stony Point & Southeast compressor stations monthly amounts of blowdowns/vented/gas losses and contaminant totals

Gas Odor Kept Kids Indoors
By Jodi Weinberger, April 18, 2018

Recommended Oil & Gas Regulations – March 27, 2018

Earthwork’s NY’s Energy Crossroads – How the State’s climate goals clash with natural gas infrastructure – February 2018

SWPA EHP Important for Health Care Providers

SWPA EHP NYS Compressor Report Brief October 2017

Video: Natural Gas Infrastructure and Public Health: From Local to Global (January 30, 2018)

Video: Living with Compressor Stations – A Presentation by Southwest Pennsylvania Environmental Health Project on December 11, 2017 based on its report: Health Effects Associated with Stack Chemical Emissions From New York State Natural Gas Compressor Stations 2008-2014 (December 2017)   
Part 1 (25 minutes)

Part 2 (10 minutes)
Analysis of emissions data self reported by industry to NYSDEC and EPA’s National Emissions Inventory. First time emissions data and health effects compiled together raising questions re: health impacts to residents in communities in proximity to 18 Title V compressor stations in NYS:

Health Effects Associated With Stack Chemical Emissions from New York State Gas Compressor Stations: 2008-2014 – Released October, 2017

Elaine Ulman: The Monster of Minisink – a cautionary tale for fracked gas era, April 5, 2016

Signatory Letter to NYSDEC to Modify Southeast AIM Title V Permit with Blowdown Notification Nov. 18, 2015

Signatory Letter to EPA to Deny AIM Title V Air Permits Sept. 2, 2015

SWPA-EHP Compressor Stations and Health Impacts, February 24, 2015

Minisink compressor station (Orange County) with regular camera, then with infrared camera showing constant high volume emissions
August 2, 2013


SWPA EHP Summary of Minisink Monitoring Results
, October 2014 to December 2014

Air concentration of volatile compounds near oil and gas production: a community-based exploratory study
published in Environmental Health

2012 and 2013 SE blowdowns
2014 SE blowdowns

AIM Title V Air Permits for Stony Point and Southeast
Title V Stony Point Permit
Title V Permit Southeast Permit

Clean Air Council Comments to NYSDEC on draft AIM Title V Air Permits for
Stony Point and South East:
CAC_Stony_Point_Comments
CAC Southeast Comments

Earthworks Infrared Video Map

“Frack Times” Lathrop Compressor Station, PA Blowdown

(Fracked) Methane and Pipelines MYTHS VS. FACTS

Curbing Methane Pollutions from the Oil and Gas Industry
By Sierra Club

Essex County freeholders concerned about pipeline expansion
By Roman J. Uschak, February 21, 2014
http://www.northjersey.com/news/246534591_Essex_County_freeholders_concerned_about_pipeline_expansion.html

Marcellus Shale Compressor Station Exceeding Pollution Standard by Nearly Three Times the Allowable Limit
January 30, 2013
http://www.cleanair.org/program/outdoor_air_pollution/marcellus_shale/marcellus_shale_compressor_station_exceeding_pollution

“Major release of gases at Roseland, NJ compressor station site; nausea reported. What to do when impacted.”
By Iris Marie Bloom, Protecting Our Waters, June 16, 2013
http://protectingourwaters.wordpress.com/2013/06/16/major-release-of-gases-at-roseland-new-jersey-compressor-station-site-nausea-reported-what-to-do-when-impacted/

Roseland, NJ concerned citizens’ website
http://nocompressorstation.org/AboutUs.html

“Marcellus gas facilities, near to one another or even linked, are evaluated individually for pollution”  10/6/13 Don Hopey, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
http://www.post-gazette.com/state/2013/10/06/Marcellus-gas-facilities-near-to-one-another-or-even-linked-are-evaluated-individually-for-pollution/stories/201310060050

Concerns Mount For U.S. Compressor Stations
June 27, 2013
http://www.compressortech2.com/June-2013/Concerns-Mount-For-US-Compressor-Stations/

 

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