Tuesday, March 15, 2011

FracTracker: The Environmental Impacts of Shale Gas Extraction

FracTracker: The Environmental Impacts of Shale Gas Extraction: "By John Stolz, PhD - Duquesne University, Department of Biological Sciences Fire on well pad The Marcellus Shale represents one of the l..."

Here is a very useful guide to what happens when gas is uplifted using Pressure Fracturation. It is a fracking unregulated industry.  Much to my despair.  There is a very useful calendar of events at the end of John Stolz's blog.

So do what you can to get jenned up and maybe make a few waves - let's get up their noses and demand regulation and adequate compensation when they frack up.. !!!!

Nuclear Energy was the bees knees till last week.





What do you think Hamish.????

Jim will fix it .....he can fix anything....


Within REASON..........................................




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America's shale gas revolution has an audience from Blackpool to Algeria - Telegraph

America's shale gas revolution has an audience from Blackpool to Algeria - Telegraph: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

This is today's dose of Shale Gas News.  Still no hint about all the water it will need, the lorries to transport it there, and new heavy duty roads for the lorries to use.  No mention of the muck that will produced or how that will be moved and stored.  No hint of the damage there has been to the water table in areas of Arizona which has directly affected the people who live there, and the water supply that sits in these areas and then is used in communities miles away.  No mention that NONE of these companies are regulated.

I need more reassurance than someone's word who is not even a mining expert. !!!!!










Talk again soon.  Please get in touch if you want to join the army of people out there who are at last making their concerns known.  Nucleur Engery was safe - remember?  Tell that to the people in Japan now.

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