•At margins of shale oil boom, a tempered euphoria •Fracking envy •Radioactive fracking debris triggers worries at dump sites •Poland’s shale gas hopes suffer blow •Poland Shale Boom Falters as State Targets Higher Taxes •The fight for North Dakota's …
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With no prior experience in grassroots organizing, Deal orchestrated a campaign against fracking in South Africa to protect the Karoo, a semi-desert region of the eastern Cape that he had come to know and love.
The Obama administration has come out in support of the idea of exporting U.S. natural gas. This stance is counterproductive and shortsighted, and if followed, it will prove harmful to domestic manufacturing (i.e., value generation) and to future generations of Americans.
There is one segment of U.S. industry that ought to be cheering for expanded U.S. natural gas exports--though I doubt that its leaders will be offering their support in anything above a whisper. The renewable energy industry would benefit from higher natural gas prices.
•Interview: Energy Investor Bill Powers Discusses Looming Shale Gas Bubble •Availability of oil in the long term is dubious, as oil prices could in fact retreat, helping the tanker market •Shale Oil And Gas: The Contrarian View
•Fracking is draining water resources, especially in the West •Whatever you think of fracking, this isn't the way forward •Are Methane Hydrates Really Going to Change Geopolitics? •California Fracking Rules Plan Stirs Trade Secrets Fight
In drought-plagued New Mexico, water is gold. And this week, Mora County in the northern part of the state took a firm stand to protect its precious liquid.
Today's shale gas boom has brought a surge of drilling across the US, driving natural gas prices to historic lows over the past couple of years. But, according to David Hughes, geoscientist and fellow at the Post Carbon Institute, in the future, we can expect at least the same frenzied rate of …
Okay, I'm going to give you the shortest course ever in energy abundance: Energy abundance depends entirely on the RATE of energy flow.
•U.S. proposal to move fracking wastewater by barge stirs debate •More Financial Worries Coming to Light in Domestic Shale Drilling Industry •Oil Addiction, Not Fracking, Caused the 2011 Oklahoma Earthquakes •GAS LEAK! •Shale-rich Spanish region vote to ban fracking