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2013-2014 Legislation Amending Title 58

These bills amend Title 58 (Oil And Gas) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes. To view a list of all statutes that amend this act, visit the Chronological History.

# of House Bills: 25 # of Senate Bills: 17
Bill Sponsor Memo
House Bill 200
Rep. VITALI
Dedicated Funding for the Pennsylvania Sunshine Solar Program
House Bill 351
Rep. REED
Proposed Legislation - Notification of Proposed Well
House Bill 661
Rep. MILNE
Promoting the Natural Gas Sector by Enhancing Public Safety Communications - Prior HB2312
House Bill 800
Rep. MUNDY
Reintroduction of Legislation: Prohibiting hydraulic fracturing or horizontal drilling within 2,500 feet of a primary source of a community water system (Formerly HB 230 of the 2011-2012 Legislative Session)
House Bill 801
Rep. MUNDY
Reintroduction of Legislation: Providing for the tracking of Marcellus Shale wastewater (Formerly HB 234 of the 2011-2012 Legislative Session)
House Bill 880
Rep. CONKLIN
Legislation Providing for Public Notice of Natural Gas Permit Applications
House Bill 994
Rep. PETRI
Gas Transmission Line Right-of-Way - Fee Arrangement
House Bill 1443
Rep. WHITE
Requirement of a Mandatory Pugh Clause to Protect Marcellus/Utica Shale Leaseholders
House Bill 1500
Rep. VITALI
Oil and Gas Lease Fund Legislation
House Bill 1542
Rep. WHITE
Banning disposal of hazardous wastewater from Marcellus Shale Drilling in "Open Air Impoundments"
House Bill 1546
Rep. BOBACK
Prohibiting Use of Open Impoundments for Storage of Produced Liquids, Treated Water, Hydraulic Fracturing Fluid, or Industrial Waste
House Bill 1579
Rep. VITALI
The Marcellus Public Health Protection Act
House Bill 1598
Rep. HANNA
House Bill 1709
Rep. PICKETT
Natural gas well reporting requirements
House Bill 1721
Rep. WHITE
Full Disclosure of Chemicals Used in Shale Gas Hydraulic Fracturing (Fair Frac Disclosure Act)
House Bill 1947 Legislation Providing for a Severance Tax on the Extraction of Natural Gas to Fund Transportation Projects
House Bill 2020
Rep. DEAN
Adequate Severance Tax on Natural Gas Extraction
House Bill 2172
Rep. WHITE
Air Quality Monitoring Systems with Publicly-Accessible Data Near Natural Gas Operations
House Bill 2209
Rep. SAYLOR
Extending Act 13 Chapter 27 Natural Gas Vehicle Grant Program
House Bill 2245
Rep. WHITE
"Green Hat" Program for Natural Gas Workers (Safety and Emergency Response Training)
House Bill 2403
Rep. WHITE
Prevent Termination of Marcellus Shale Local Impact Fee Upon Enactment of Severance Tax
House Bill 2480
Rep. WHITE
American Jobs Bill
House Bill 2484 American Jobs Legislation
House Bill 2494 Legislation Providing for a State Land Drilling Impact Fee
House Bill 2510 Legislation Providing for a Severance Tax on the Extraction of Natural Gas
Senate Bill 154 Gas mineral rights lease agreement disclosure and indemnification
Senate Bill 355
Sen. YAW
Company to Company Integration
Senate Bill 356
Sen. YAW
Pugh Clause
Senate Bill 512
Sen. KASUNIC
Landowner/Surface Owner Notification of DEP Enforcement Orders against Gas/Oil Operators
Senate Bill 544
Sen. LEACH
Physician access to and disclosure of chemicals in Marcellus Shale hydro-fracking
Senate Bill 592
Sen. FONTANA
Co Sponsorship: Water Testing Results by DEP
Senate Bill 790 Funding for natural gas drilling health research
Senate Bill 1119 DEP Vehicle Marking
Senate Bill 1315 Natural Gas Severance Tax
Senate Bill 1333
Sen. HUGHES
Marcellus severance tax
Senate Bill 1349 Natural Gas Severance Tax (Revised)
Senate Bill 1359
Sen. FERLO
Title 58 (Oil and Gas) Omnibus Amendments
Senate Bill 1370
Sen. STACK
Comprehensive Marcellus Shale Reform measures
Senate Bill 1371
Sen. STACK
Creation of ombudsman - Marcellus Shale drilling complaints
Senate Bill 1458 Protect American jobs by using steel made in the U.S.
Senate Bill 1460 Protect American jobs by using steel made in the U.S.
Senate Bill 1499