How fast will natural gas drilling come to Dallas?
Sunday, August 22, 2010
By RANDY LEE LOFTIS
Could we stop repeating the “clean energy” lie? I mean seriously, Randy, you know better. If your editor slipped that in your article–which I’m betting is the case–then shame on him/her.
Also, for future reference,
Texas does not regulate hydraulic fracturing
I think it would be tremendously helpful to tell readers this up front to squelch all those crazy comments about the Feds taking states rights blah, blah.
Otherwise, nice job and thanks for the mention.
(Please remember readers, that journalists lose some control of their work when the editors take over so it’s unfair to blame them entirely for the finished product.)
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Brown Bess says
I also wonder what the basis was of this statement found in the accompanying graphic:"Most Barnett Shale wells are fractured once."
What is that saying, "Frack me once, shame on you…frack me twice…well go ahead just frack me again."