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The Latest On: Oil and Gas Drilling

July 17, 2013 | Case

Challenging the Interstate Constitution Gas Pipeline

A 124-mile natural gas pipeline is proposed to run through portions of New York and Pennsylvania, raising concerns that the project will increase fracking and threaten local air, water, and wildlife. Earthjustice intervened on behalf of a coalition of environmental groups to challenge the pipeline.

May 16, 2013 | Case

Protecting Seneca Lake from the Gas Industry

Residents, business owners and elected officials in western New York worry that gas storage projects on the shores of Seneca Lake will kill the local tourism economy. Earthjustice is representing their concerns.

May 10, 2013 | Case

Challenging A Chesapeake Bay Gas Export Terminal

Earthjustice is challenging a massive export terminal for fracked gas that is proposed in the Chesapeake Bay estuary—a major threat to the local ecology and to communities across the eastern U.S. already under siege from the fracking boom.

April 18, 2013 | Case

Stopping Crude Oil Shipping Terminals In Grays Harbor

Earthjustice represents the Quinault Indian Nation in a lawsuit that challenges proposed crude oil terminals in Grays Harbor, WA, which if approved, would pose grave risks from oil spills and increased crude oil unit trains and marine vessel traffic.