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    Re: Natural gas: The fracking fallacy

    A few more tidbits of information.

    No doubt it is going to take a bunch of major media sources to flat out say 'Shale oil dream overblown'; or something similar before most people will even consider believing it. But what the heck?

    Maybe I will get a 'told you so' out of it.

    http://www.debatepolitics.com/breaki...post1064029556

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    Re: Natural gas: The fracking fallacy

    Quote Originally Posted by vesper View Post
    No sweetie, I did not see any CBS coverage. It was an honest observation. I happen to have a lot of money wrapped up in oil, coal and gas. When they continued to decline in the market, I went looking for answers. I know damn well it is linked to the Obama administration through their global warming agenda forcing harsh EPA regulations.

    From the volume of production increased in the states on private lands and Canada it has become a real threat to the Middle East, Russia.

    There are no shortages of the resources. Neither in Canada or United States. The amount being produced in North America has become a threat to OPEC. That is why they increased production to lower the cost per barrel because they know it costs a whole hell of a lot to produce oil here than it does in a place like Saudi Arabia.

    But when you have a political agenda being promoted by this administration and globally via propaganda it becomes the lie that became the truth because it was allowed to circle the globe a half dozen times before the truth was able to find its running shoes and put them on to debunk it.


    Which of course fits in with the hold up on the Keystone XL 4, which is Canadian high grade lubricant through the US [profit] for the Asian market, again OPEC's lusted after market.

    That would make sense, play to the environment heads by halting the last 15% of the 20 year project and make it look like he's halted the whole thing, while playing nice to the Saudi's at the same time.

    It amused me that Obama visited right after Stephen Harper who came away with a new, expanded trade agreement, and lots and lots of deals on oil, gas and wheat.

    I don't recall Obama mentioning trade deals, but the opposite in terms of energy, new supposed limits on greenhouse gas emissions.
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    Re: Natural gas: The fracking fallacy

    Quote Originally Posted by Hamster Buddha View Post
    Oh yeah, I'm going to read a news site called "Nature News & Comment" when it comes to Fracking.
    My brother ran a frack rig for Halliburton back in the 1970's. Fracking goes back to the late 1940's. It's funny that as long as fracking has been around, now all of a sudden it's a problem.

    I think the REAL problem is that any time someone comes up with a way to provide cheap, plentiful energy, whether it's nuclear, natural gas, or otherwise, it threatens the nature Nazis hold on government.

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    Re: Natural gas: The fracking fallacy

    Quote Originally Posted by Hamster Buddha View Post
    Oh yeah, I'm going to read a news site called "Nature News & Comment" when it comes to Fracking.
    Yes, by all means. The best news site for that information would be "Fracking 'r Us".

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