U.S. Steel workers describe how natural gas development helped them get their jobs back following layoffs in 2009
John Froelich of the Ohio Auctioneers Associations says Truthland brings to light “facts” and “evidence” to dispute “preposterous ideas” in Gasland.
John Hanger, featured in Truthland, discusses the safety of natural gas development at a recent event with the Joint Landowners Coalition of New York
Former DEP Secretary John Hanger: “Certainly if you are going to watch Gasland you should watch Truthland.”
Frank Andrews – Client Manager, SCE Environmental Group
I had the opportunity to see the film “Truthland” when it was shown at the Hilton Hotel in Scranton. It was a good, solid presentation of facts and I especially enjoyed seeing it through Shelly’s eyes. It gave a down to earth look at the issues.
I had to speak up during the panel discussion.
Most people in Northeast and Central Pennsylvania know me. I spent 40 years in broadcasting, from radio to TV, serving as reporter, anchor and news director for the local ABC and CBS stations. I retired from TV news and now work in marketing for SCE Environmental Services in Lake Ariel, PA.
I got to tell you, all of you who are in the midst of the natural gas boom, that you are and will continue to be part of the “media feeding frenzy.” The Marcellus and Utica regions will continue to generate news. The energy companies will be under the microscope and reporters and cameras will at times be as common as a water truck.