September 23, 2014 @ 6:00 PM
Titan Student Union at Cal State Fullerton
Open to the Public – Free admission and Free parking
The purpose of this Symposium is to provide local policy makers and the public objective, impartial information about the environmental impact of oil extraction in north Orange County. Our goal is to secure an informed and impartial panel to provide policy makers and the public with access to experts in the field who will be able to speak to what is happening in our communities and how it may impact local groundwater, air quality, and earthquakes.
The Symposium will feature experts in the fields of seismology, hydrogeology, air quality, and environmental geology who will speak to the potential impact of oil pumping – including fracking – on our groundwater, earthquake hazard, and water quality. Representatives of the local oil industry will also present information about ongoing oil drilling in north Orange County. Finally, representatives of the California Division of Oil, Gas, and Geothermal Energy Resources – the government entity responsible for overseeing oil production in California – will be on hand to discuss regulatory and policy aspects of oil drilling.
To guarantee a seat please R.S.V.P. Closing on Monday, September 22nd, 5PM.
Audience members are encouraged to submit questions to the panelists. Questions can be submitted in advance via this website, or may be emailed directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Media Contacts: For media inquiries please contact Chris Bugbee email@example.com or Paula Selleck firstname.lastname@example.org
Live video stream available on September 23. http://titancom.fullerton.edu/broadcast/LiveWebTV_comm_flash.html
And with mobile device using the iFullerton app for Android and Apple devices.
This program will be also cablecast live on the Titan channel: Time Warner Cable channel 15-202 (in Fullerton) and some of the participating cities in Orange County (Check with T.W.C.) AT&T-Uverse (Southern California) Channel 99/City of Santa Ana/TitanTV Channel CSUF.