Report Finds that Fracking Causes Earthquakes, but doesn’t Recommend a Ban
Earthquakes, Water Pollution and Increased Greenhouse Gas Emissions? Fracking - Strike Number Three?
The last decade has seen a sustained campaign by the hydraulic fracturing (‘fracking”) industry against its critics, as the fracking industry in the U.S. alone was worth an estimated $76 billion in 2010 and is projected to grow to $231 billion in 2036 if only those pesky environmentalists can be sidelined.
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A New Trend in Fracking Emerges: The “Recovery Factor”
“Lower costs. Higher oil and gas recoveries.”
That's how Dan Themig, President of Packers Plus – a privately owned, Calgary-based fracking (completions) company – describes an interesting new development in fracking...
...A development that spells bigger profits for energy producers...
The next big thing is here in the Canadian oil patch.
I wrote a few weeks ago that a number of new Alberta and Saskatchewan petroleum plays are being poked at using multi-stage fracturing technology. One being the Cardium oil play of western Alberta.
The Cardium went "prime time" this week.