If at first you don’t spill enough, try, try again
Dimock, PA, approximately Thursday, 9/3:A blowout occurs during drilling under a road and wetland for a gas pipeline, resulting in a large spill of drilling mud. Witnesses report a greasy, gray film running down a water body. Local people who hear about the blowout have difficulty getting the straight story, despite persistently asking questions of […]
Frack fluid spill, Buckeye Creek, Doddridge County, West Virginia
Copied with permission from http://sootypaws.livejournal.com/ ——————————————————————————– Buckeye Creek In late August the pit holding fracture flowback “water” for natural gas well 47-017-05815 was breached near Sherwood in Doddridge County (the north central part of the state). The pit was constructed within feet of Buckeye Creek (the state has no requirement for a minimum distance between ground […]
Is hydrofracture compatible with farming?
Consider the effect that toxic chemicals used in Halliburton’s unconventional gas drilling hydrofracture process have on animals just one step down in the food chain: If you leased your property to corporations that will use hydrofracture to extract the last remnants of gas trapped too tightly in stone, you have allowed them to site toxic […]
Hydrofracture compatible with farming? Part 2
Dear Mr Cyr, As a former farmer, I am appalled by these pictures. Is there any definite evidence that the tumors on these animals was caused by hydrofracking by-products? Is anyone doing any research on these incidents? If so, and there are definite links to the hydrofracking compounds, then they should be presented to the […]