[cryptome] Re: Fracking

  • From: "Joe Products" <Joe_Products@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 08 Jan 2015 22:17:17 +0100 (CET)

Hi Doug,
I don't know either. 



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Od: doug <douglasrankine2001@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Komu: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Datum: 8. 1. 2015 19:12:50
Předmět: [cryptome] Fracking

"Dear Colleagues,
I have always wondered about fracking...whether it is a good or a bad 
thing, in terms of extracting fossil fuels from the environment, and the 
effects of the extraction on local population.

A lot of stuff has been published on it, by those who are involved in 
the industry and promote it, and those who are opposed to it, for 
environmental or other reasons. In fact it has been very difficult to 
get scientific information on the subject. From the processes used, the 
chemicals used, the effects on the environment and so on, there are huge 
differences of opinions.

Obviously, companies involved in the business see it as a good thing, 
whilst local people who have to live with it, in terms of effects on 
roads, environmental pollution, effect on the social and the economics 
of the local environment, such as house prices or availability of 
facilities, road repair, release of chemicals into the environment, the 
air, land and water resources. are all of important concerns, not only 
for the people who live there, but for the rest of us on the planet as well.

See url:http://cryptome.org/2015/01/eagle-ford-task-force-report.pdf
A fantastically positive presentation of how wonderful fracking is, and 
how it develops the local community, along with huge profits of course, 
for the participants, and how it leads to US independence from the world 
markets in oil,gas, condensates and so on. At Eagle Ford, they burn off 
25 million cubic meters of gas every year...because they have no way of 
storing it economically and selling it on...Isn't American Capitalism 
just great, so environmentally friendly and democratic...All that gas 
just getting burnt off into the atmosphere, whilst the rest of us could 
do with a price drop on our gas and electric utilities. Ah! The luxury 
of being able to waste resources without a qualm of conscience, and this 
from the most efficient country on the planet.

and url: http://www.texassharon.com/

(the latter is particularly brilliant in my view, full of irony, sarcasm 
and such like, but with plenty of facts and it must be a major thorn in 
the flesh of the authorities.

see url: 

New York City, provides one of the best reports, in my view. Quite open 
and honest about the problems, and has banned fracking until certain 
scientific facts have been confirmed. see url:"

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