THIS is fun! I’ve blogged about how industry tried to nuke the shale in Colorado but I never new about the video. It’s a MUST see.
Chip and I have drawn the same conclusion about EID:
The shale shills at EID are good for a few laughs and some free publicity.
Not much publicity, actually, but any is appreciated.
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Robert F. says
I’ve tried communicating with “IED” on their blog and it fell on deaf ears. They were much more concerned with the fact that I referred to them as “IED” than they were in countering the points I was making.
The funniest part was when they kept directing me to read reports they obviously had not read, because they reinforced what I was saying, not them.
Chip Northrup says
Energy in Depth in New York is a grab bag of the usual PR flaks and camp followers –
About what you’d expect sniffing around the periphery at $2 mcf
And then there is this whacky shale $hill Tom West –