Leading the industry into a new era of sustainable domestic energy production

We’ve heard from our communities and residents that they want clear information related to human health and natural gas development. However, recent studies and media headlines have left many confused and uncertain. We want to help. Through transparency, dialogue, and active listening, we can work together to clarify the impacts of natural gas development on the surrounding communities.

ACAA4

ACAA4, Findlay Twp, Allegheny County

WFN12

WFN12, West Finley Twp, Washington County

MAM16

MAM16, Bell Twp, Westmoreland County

MOR9

MOR9, Morris Twp, Greene County

Morris Station

Morris Station, Richhill Twp, Greene County

RHL37

RHL37, Richhill Twp, Greene County

BP6

BP6, Bell Twp, Westmoreland County

Mamont Station

Mamont Station, Washington Twp, Westmoreland County

MAM15

MAM15, Bell Twp, Westmoreland County

NV113

NV113, Morris Twp, Washington County

Methodology Radical Transparency in Natural Gas Development

CNX adheres to a sustainable business model that is deeply rooted in the communities where we operate. Our relationship with these stakeholders is built on trust, which is why we are voluntarily disclosing environmental data in key areas for further collaboration.

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CNX has initiated air quality monitoring around our facilities to provide relatable data, which helps our communities and regulatory agencies understand the true impacts of natural gas development and production.

All data is collected by and reviewed for quality assurance by Clean Air Engineering, whose activities are governed by their Ambient Monitoring Quality Management Plan (QMP), which details their quality control program for ambient air quality monitoring services. The QMP was audited by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2017, and the company was approved for the operation of State and Local Air Monitoring Stations (SLAMS) as a Primary Quality Assurance Organization. All data is provided unabridged directly to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and to CNX Resources.

Particulate matter measuring less than 2.5 microns in diameter (PM2.5) is produced by everyday sources from unpaved roadways to farm fields as well as combustion of fossil fuels. Clean Air Engineering (an independent 3rd party) is measuring particulate matter at our operations using the strict Federal Reference Method established by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

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Natural gas may contain low levels of various volatile organic compounds (VOC), including BTEX. Clean Air Engineering (an independent 3rd party) is analyzing air quality monitoring samples at our operations following EPA Reference Method 325 to measure these compounds and compare to established health-based standards.

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CNX is committed to groundwater protection and employs a variety of industry recommended management practices to protect groundwater. Fluid management, additive disclosures, casing and integrity practices, and extensive water quality monitoring all help to ensure groundwater protection.

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CNX takes a practical approach to waste management, radiation and worker protection, including samples and work area surveys, to help ensure proper protection and disposal.

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a project canary air monitor on a natural gas well pad

CNX monitors methane emissions regularly as part of our company-wide goal of reducing overall emissions. We continue to invest substantially in emissions reduction technology, which has reduced operational methane intensity by 66% in our production segment and 47% in our gathering and boosting segment since 2020 (as of Q1 2024).

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07/19/2024 07:47:00 PM
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“I’ve been fortunate enough to always have worked in the Alle-Kiski Valley region. This area has always been home to me, for work and pleasure." – CNX Landman Kyle Stefancik.
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On the Job with Nicole Miller

On the Job with Nicole Miller

The Project Manager takes us along for the ride at a permitting site in Westmoreland County.
07/08/2024 05:54:00 PM

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