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Former Greenpeace leader defies environmentalists by defending fracking

Valerie Richardson | The Washington Times | 20 Oct. 2016 A former Greenpeace leader butted heads Tuesday with the anti-fracking movement by insisting that hydraulic fracturing is needed to help fight global warming. Stephen Tindale, who was executive director of Greenpeace U.K. from 2000 to 2005, said that fracking, used to extract natural gas and oil from […]

The U.S. Unleashes the Full Power of Shale

Naureen Malik | Bloomberg Businessweek | 19 Oct. 2016 Sometime in 2017, for the first time in 60 years, the U.S. will likely sell more natural gas to the world than it buys. Next year, capacity to export liquefied natural gas from the lower 48 states, chilled to –260F so it can be shipped by tanker, […]

Fracking Has ‘Little To No Impact’ On Wildlife Says Enviro Agency

Andrew Follett | The Daily Caller | 13 Oct. 2016 Hydraulic fracturing operations in Western Colorado are having “little to no impact” on local wildlife, according to a new report by state regulators. An eight-year study by Colorado Parks & Wildlife researcher Dr. Chuck Anderson found that fracking did not impact the survival or reproduction rates of the local mule deer […]

8 Reasons Why Fracking and American Manufacturing Together are “Powering the People”

With the help of trusted advisor Horizontal Drilling, presidential candidate Fracking announced this week that American Manufacturing will be her running mate. With a VP pick locked in, let’s explore why Fracking and American Manufacturing are the perfect complements to “Powering the People.” 1. Fracking and American Manufacturing already made America Great Again Thanks to low-cost […]

Not the usual campaign drill

David Conti | Pittsburgh Tribune | 8 Sept. 2016 In a presidential election where so much has been made about how unpopular the major-party nominees are, perhaps it’s no surprise that a candidate with a negative perception in some circles should throw its hat in the ring. Fracking revolutionized how this country obtains energy. Now it — or […]

Up for Debate: Natural Gas Delivers Climate Progress in Texas

Steve Everley | Bloomberg Government | 7 Sept. 2016 When you think of Texas, do you picture the clean energy economy? You should. No state produces more natural gas than Texas, and thanks to fracking, the United States is now the largest natural gas producer in the entire world. In 2015, the Lone Star State produced more than […]

Oil and gas fracking industry targets Millennials for support

The oil and gas industries certainly know how to tailor their messages to specific demographics. The process of hydraulic fracturing—commonly known as “fracking”—to release fossil-fuel reserves from the earth has led to a boom in U.S. production, but has also proven controversial because of environmental issues. So to shore up support, one industry advocacy group […]

What EPA’s Science Advisory Board Did – and Did Not – Say about Fracking and Groundwater

Over the last week, many organizations (from general news publications to anti-fracking groups) have mistakenly claimed the Science Advisory Board (SAB) for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) wants to alter the agency’s conclusion that fracking has not led to “widespread, systemic” impacts on drinking water. A headline from The Hill read, “Science board pushes EPA to […]

Fracking throws hat in presidential ring

Following the campaign trail of Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton is new independent candidate for president: Fracking. The presidential campaign is a project of FrackFeed and North Texans for Natural Gas and, while a bit light-hearted, is designed to educate the public about fracturing specifically and energy at large. “Americans are unhappy with […]

There’s an Energetic New ‘Candidate’ Entering the Presidential Race to ‘Power the People’

Kaitlyn Schallhorn |The Blaze| 11 Aug. 2016 The conventions are finished. The major parties’ presidential nominees have been chosen. Third-party candidates have risen in recognition. And yet there’s a new presidential candidate drilling its way into the race. “Proven candidate launches bid for highest office in land, provides attractive alternative for Americans dissatisfied with current choices,” […]