As development of the Marcellus Shale spreads across Pennsylvania, Penn State University has taken a central role in doing research about the industry, from its economic impact to its geological properties.Some of the research is paid for by companies extracting the gas, according to petroleum geologists who do the work. But the state-related university, which took in $214 million in taxpayer funding last year, declined to say how much individual companies spend or what the money pays for.
Monday, November 7, 2011
Marcellus News for Pennsylvania: Nov. 7
Corporate funding of Marcellus Shale studies at universities raises alarms