FracTracker Alliance supports groups across the United States addressing pressing extraction-related concerns, with a lens toward health effects and exposure risks on communities from oil and gas development. We provide timely and provocative data, groundbreaking analyses, maps, and other visual tools to help advocates, researchers, and the concerned public better understand the harms posed by hydrocarbon extraction. Learn more at www.fractracker.org.

 

Navigate to our Collections page to see FracTracker’s imagery convey a story through the albums grouped there — such as exploring the buildout through the Infrastructure & Transportation Collection, or the Plastics & Petrochemicals Collection. Visit the Albums page to see snapshots sorted by specific types of facilities — like Frac Sand Mining and Pipelines — or by specific projects, like Endless Effects: the Loyalsock Creek Watershed Project. You can also view our Flickr Photo Map by clicking on any geotagged photo, and navigating to the map from there to explore the area of that photo, or to zoom out for a bigger perspective.

 

FracTracker encourages use and distribution of our imagery. Our resources can be used free for noncommercial purposes, provided that the photo is cited. You can find photo credit information on each photo’s page.

Thank you for your cooperation.

 

If you wish to use our photos and/or videos for commercial purposes — including distributing them in publications for profit — please email us at info@fractracker.org to request permission first.

 

Please note that usage must follow the Usage Guidelines, below.

 

Using FracTracker Alliance's imagery, name, and/or logo for any of the following reasons is forbidden:

 

For profit or commercial use without permission (see above);

In a manner that suggests endorsement by FracTracker of a political candidate, policy, or product;

In a manner that misrepresents yourself as an employee of or spokesperson for FracTracker;

To create modified imagery that does not align with FracTracker’s commitment to providing reliable and accurate energy data.

 

As a nonprofit, we work hard to gather and share our insights in publicly accessible ways. If you appreciate what you see here, give us a follow on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook, and donate if you can, at www.fractracker.org/donate!

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  • JoinedJanuary 2020
  • OccupationEnvironmental Nonprofit
  • HometownCamp Hill, PA
  • CountryUnited States

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