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Nov

15

Industry Confirms Earthquakes from Fracking

Cuadrilla Resources, a UK energy firm drilling the first shale gas wells near Blackpool England confirmed that its operations had been responsible for the seismic events which occurred shortly after the well was fracked. “It is highly probable that the hydraulic fracturing of Cuadrilla’s Preese Hall-1 well did trigger a number of minor seismic events,” […]

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Nov

12

Shale Gas Will Be Exported

While industry and its pundits proclaimed benefits from the announcement that shake gas would indeed be exported from the U.S. Jodee Bruyninckx, Louisiana Oil and Gas Association’s North Louisiana director, had this to say: “This area will see the indirect benefits from this project as it provides a broader market, an international one, for the […]

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Sep

22

Another LNG Export Application Filed

Another proposal to build an LNG export terminal was filed this week with FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) and would be for the exportation of shale gas from the US to markets in the Far East such as China and India. The demand for natural gas has grown exponentially in recent years in emerging economies […]

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