Here it is: Company says NYC Watershed More Important Than Profit From a Gas Well
“How could anyone well be so profitable that it would be worth damaging the New York City water system?” he said to the Times.
This is not the first time a Chesapeake official has admitted how dangerous hydraulic fracturing is.
Breaking! Chesapeake Official Admits: Fracking Fluid Deadly!
So, what about Texas water?
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No organization in Tx. is about to help us against O&G. No help from the RRC or the WCEQ. No Help! Anyone have any ideas?
A reporter who has been in the area found that Texans are too intimidated by BIG GAS. They use intimidation tactics and threats.
They've tried to intimidate me and I've had threats but I just call them out on it.
I can't believe Texans are such wusses.
what a bunch of pussies tx. is
So, they are worried about polluting NYC's water, but not the water of DFW?
People, wake up in Texas!
Sharon that wasn't the whole story,why don't you print the story.
I'm not going to print the whole story because that would violate copyright laws. That's why I provided a link to the whole story.
The quote is what jumped out at me and along with the "brain damage" comment in an earlier post. …dripping with hubris.
Ward in the Woods says
Non- Metro towns in Texas,nearly
all or have kin working for industry.
Scared poopless of losing that
paycheck,can't see future beyond
the end of their nose.Doubt if Texas
could be cleaned-up, with all the
money in the Treasury.RRC & WCEQ are
also under industry thumb.To the ones
brave enough to speak out, I salute