Fracking Featured Stories:

    • Oil Care = Health Care

      by Tina Olivero

      What would happen if we took away a huge chunk of our health care services, closed many of our schools, reduced our number of teachers, reduced construction and maintenance on roads and highways, and downsized government and social services? That’s the question people are “NOT” asking when it comes to the oil and gas industry […]

    • 6 New Oil Sands Projects You Need To Know About

      by Tina Olivero

      As with other oil and gas projects that require a high crude price to break even, some oil sands projects have experienced delays and cancellations over the past 12 months. Although, the production of oil sands in Canada is set to continue its path of growth, with plans for six new oil sands projects and […]

    • The Super Seven: The Top 7 Shale Plays Dominating North American Oil and Gas Production

      by Linita E. Mathew

      New drilling strategies using a combination of hydraulic fracturing, vertical and horizontal drilling have drastically increased the amount of production in many areas. In 2012, 7 major plays were held solely responsible for $54 billion dollars spent on land drilling and development.[1] These Super Seven fields are considered to be the most productive shale formation plays […]

    • The Bakken Formation

      by Moona Khan

      The Bakken formation stems from the Late Devonian to Early Mississippian age and occupies the subsurface areas of Williston Basin in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Montana and North Dakota and has one of the largest deposits of oil and natural gas in the United States. As companies continue to understand the geological characteristics of the Bakken play […]

    • Reducing The Environmental Risks Of Hydraulic Fracturing

      HAZMAT Exposé

      U.S. Flood Control and the Tiger Dam™ System have been gaining popularity around the world for their involvement in the wake of natural disasters caused by flooding. CEO Paul Vickers has developed a new concept for the product’s use in hydraulic fracturing. The original Tiger Dam™ System consists of a series of durable tubes filled […]

    • Get Your Frack’s Straight

      by Linita E. Mathew

      Energy is one of the most crucial components used to sustain the needs of 21st century citizens. Natural gas and oil are precious resources that are high in demand and essential to helping our everyday lives run smoothly. That being said, large reserves of natural gas are hidden beneath the Earth’s surface and need to […]

    • A Global Scale: Weighing Hydraulic Fracturing As Future Energy Security

      by Bennett Resnik

      The use of hydraulic fracturing in unconventional gas production has raised environmental concerns over air, groundwater, and soil contamination. This has prompted environmental groups and government regulators to demand further inspection. Though there are inherent risks to consider in the pursuit of all energy sources, the natural gas industry has natural incentives to mitigate the risk of […]

    • Texas: The Boom

      by Norman Leach

      Texas is in the enviable position of having two of the largest shale fields in north america—the eagle ford and the permian basin—both of which are driving jobs growth. The lone star state, with 8 percent of the U.S. Population, added nearly one-third of the country’s highest paying positions. Five Areas of Impact: 1. Jobs […]

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