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Megapads in Bakken

One thing that struck me during my September 2015 visit to Williston is the number of well pads with lots of pumps. Two years ago I was impressed by two or four pumps on one site. 923 more words


FERC submission from Delaware Twp resident Nicole Voigt

Individual nicole@legalcounselnj.com
Basis for Intervening:
I am a resident of Delaware Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, and I
oppose the PennEast Pipeline. I oppose the application and additional… 778 more words

FERC Submissions

NT gas pipeline plan ‘doesn’t stack up’


The economics behind the Northern Territory’s new $800 million pipeline simply don’t stack up, a leading oil and gas consultant has warned, and said the project could struggle to meet its key objectives.

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Why Fracking is Here to Stay

Back in April, Bloomberg infamously predicted that “half of U.S. fracking companies would be dead or sold this year.” Despite continued slumps in oil, the expensive extraction process of fracking has remained and will likely continue to stay for the foreseeable future. 489 more words


Blockadia Gets Real

The AIM pipeline sparks multi-state resistance

When you think about the kind of person who would blockade a backhoe with their body, Nancy Vann might not be whom you’d picture. 1,765 more words


A Fracking Good Tale

My wife thinks I’m warped because things like the following just come to me. Here’s a piece I wrote for a friend which he used on his radio show. 473 more words

Living Life!

Form letters from the industry

If you’re following the FERC docket for the PennEast pipeline, you have seen a recent attempt by the industry to flood the docket with pro pipeline letters.  861 more words

FERC Submissions