This website was authored with the aid of the following:

Concerned Citizens Against the Pipeline (2017). Northampton County. Stop the PennEast Pipeline. Retrieved from

Econsult Solutions, and Drexel University School of Economics. PennEast pipeline project economic impact analysis. Philadelphia, 9 Feb. 2015. Penneast Pipeline.

Heffler, Michael. (2017). Shareholders voice strong opposition to PennEast pipeline investment at NJR annual meeting. PR Newswire. Retrieved from

Hernández, D. (2015). Sacrifice along the energy continuum: a call for energy justice. Environmental Justice, 8(4), 151-156.

Hess, C. E. E., & Ribeiro, W. C. (2016). Energy and environmental justice: closing the gap. Environmental Justice, 9(5), 153-158.

Jenkins, K., McCauley, D., Heffron, R., & Stephan, H. (2014). Energy justice, a whole systems approach. Queen’s Political Review, 2(2), 74-87.

Jenkins, K., McCauley, D., Heffron, R., Stephan, H., & Rehner, R. (2016). Energy justice: a conceptual review. Energy Research & Social Science, 11, 174-182.

Koenig, David. (2017). Debate renewed over economic benefits of Keystone Pipeline. The Associated Press. Retrieved from

Olson, Laura. (2015). PennEast pipeline study projects economic benefits. The Morning Call. Retrieved from

PennEast Pipeline. (2017). Community Investment Program. Retrieved from

Phillips, Susan. (2017). FERC pushes back timeline for PennEast pipeline again. National Public Radio. Retrieved from

Sovacool, B. K., Sidortsov, R. V., & Jones, B. R. (2013). Energy security, equality and justice. Routledge.

“You’ve Got Shale.” (2011). Performance by Sarah Koenig. Game Changer, This American Life.

* * *

For further information, the documentary Gasland provides a unique story of natural gas exploration in the Pennsylvania Delaware Watershed area.