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Marcellus Shale Wordplay: Drastic Cut OR Sharp Increase?
Have you heard about the adjustment to the estimates of how much natural gas is within the Marcellus Shale formation? Depending on what media outlet you listened to, the estimate just went WAY up or WAY down… but everyone’s using … Continue reading
Posted in HydroFracking Tagged energy information administration, engelder, estimate, fracking, gas, marcellus, methane, natural gas, new york times, projection, report, shale, USGS 7 Comments
Leaked Natural Gas Industry Emails…
The New York Times published one doggone good one today. The Industry Insiders Sound an Alarm article by Ian Urbina exposes more realities behind natural gas myths. What does it mean to you? Well, Remember the dot com bubble? The bank … Continue reading
Posted in HydroFracking Tagged contamination, drilling, email, energy, fact, faq, faqs, fast facts, foucault, fracking, gas, gasland, hydraulic fracturing, ignite tap water, josh fox, leak, leaked, marcellus, methane, myths, natural, natural gas, new york times, ny times, nytimes, pa, power, rumors, urbina 1 Comment