Are we having fun yet my fellow fracking insurgents?
Jan. 19th – Another oil and gas fracking disposal well explodes. Interesting comments from industry.
Jan. 20th – Speak up or get Railroaded by the state agency you fund
Jan. 21st – Another fracking blowout in Oklahoma
Jan. 22nd – Shale gas drilling worker blows whistle on fracking
Jan. 23rd – We received a warning from serial polluter Range Resources
Jan 24th – Over 400 people show up to Arlington City Council meeting and for the first time in my memory they deny a drilling permit.
Jan 25th – ANOTHER disposal well blows up
Jan 26th – Surprise! SURPRISE! Dirt containment berms wash away in rain. Who knew that would happen? Let’s talk about that foaming fracking water runoff from Magnablend.
Jan 27th – I received a love letter from industry insider, Chris Salmon.
Jan 28th – I can’t decide. Would it be the fracking waste in a creek headed for Joe Pool Lake or the courts’ decision to let serial polluter, Range Resources go free?
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Sharon Wilson is considered a leading citizen expert on the impacts of shale oil and gas extraction. She is the go-to person whether it’s top EPA officials from D.C., national and international news networks, or residents facing the shock of eminent domain and the devastating environmental effects of natural gas development in their backyards.
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kim Feil says
So glad you chronicled these last ten days for posterity.
EIA Official’s concerns about the economic realities of shale gas production:
I’m sure you guys will like this link.