December 13, 2017

Insight: Peak, Pause or Plummet? Shale Oil Costs at Crossroads

The push and pull of production costs in the world’s fastest-growing oil frontier is adding uncertainty to the outlook for U.S. oil prices.
By Selam Gebrekidan, Reuters, May 17, 2012

(Reuters) – Occidental Petroleum was among the first major U.S. oil drillers to make a big bet on the resurgence … Continue reading

No ‘Fracking’ Until Further Study, Says Irish Minister for Energy

No hydraulic fracturing or “fracking” for gas would take place in Ireland pending further “detailed scientific analysis and advice”.
By LORNA SIGGINS, The Irish Times, May 12, 2012

MINISTER FOR Energy Pat Rabbitte has reiterated that no hydraulic fracturing or “fracking” for gas would take place in Ireland pending further … Continue reading

Vermont Bans Fracking

Legislature gives final passage to first-in-the-nation fracking ban
Media Release, May 4, 2012

The Vermont House of Representatives voted 103-36 today to give final passage to legislation that will make Vermont the first state in the nation to ban the practice of hydraulic fracturing for natural gas.

“The Vermont Legislature … Continue reading

Barbara Arrindell of DCS with the Click and Clack of Frack Weekly on WFTE 90.3 FM

Listen to the Frack Report, weekdays on WFTE 90.3 FM at 7:30 am and 7 pm

The Frack Report is a WFTE exclusive news show that features Kurt Shotko as the host. News and information about Hydrofracking are covered with additional comment and analysis. The show is broadcast weekdays at … Continue reading