It makes no sense, at this point, to allow fracking to encroach into new areas. There are too many problems and we already have a gas glut.
Why is This Texan Against Fracking New York?
by Buck Quigley
“This is something that cannot be understated: It is just flat uneconomic to drill for shale gas in New York, and that’s not likely to change for years—well into the next decade, because of the depressed price of natural gas,” he says.
“The domestic natural gas market has collapsed.”
My favorite part of this article is when Chip likens the rig moving in to a carnival. That’s exactly what it is.