Compressor Station Impacts

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 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

Marcellus Shale Compressor Station Exceeding Pollution Standard by Nearly Three Times the Allowable Limit
January 30, 2013

“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

Roseland, NJ concerned citizens’ website

“Marcellus gas facilities, near to one another or even linked, are evaluated individually for pollution”  10/6/13 Don Hopey, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Concerns Mount For U.S. Compressor Stations
June 27, 2013