Category Archives: Global Frac News

Updated: Report by Lucija Muehlenbachs calls for time limits on inactive oil and gas wells in Alberta, “This is an accumulation of liability.” Where’s the AER? Passing the Buck.

The Report: 80,000 INACTIVE OIL WELLS: A BLESSING OR A CURSE? by Lucija Muehlenbachs, February 2017, Volume 10, Issue 3, University of Calgary, The School of Public Policy Report calls for Alberta to put a time limit on inactive oil and gas wells, Report … Continue reading

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New Peer-Reviewed Paper: A systematic evaluation of chemicals in hydraulic-fracturing fluids and wastewater for reproductive and developmental toxicity

A systematic evaluation of chemicals in hydraulic-fracturing fluids and wastewater for reproductive and developmental toxicity by Elise G Elliott, Adrienne S Ettinger, Brian P Leaderer, Michael B Bracken and Nicole C Deziel, January/February 2017, Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 27, … Continue reading

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AER gets failing grade for efforts to acquire, report accurate scientific data! Alberta “guessing” when it comes to spill recovery. “AER failure to protect the environment.” AER “off the scale in terms of believability….” Researcher Dr. Kevin Timoney sums up his forensic investigation: “Persistent, pervasive danger to society and ecosystems.”

Alberta is “guessing” when it comes to spill recovery by Shari Narine, February 4th, 2017, Windspeaker News North Dakota indicated that in 3.4 per cent of oil spills there was perfect recovery compared to Alberta’s 53 per cent. AER was “off … Continue reading

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Justice Denied by Supreme Court of Canada for a UNANIMA International Woman of Courage

Justice Denied for a UI Woman of Courage by UNANIMA, February 1, 2017 The UI family extends a hand of compassion and solidarity this month to our 2011 Woman of Courage, Jessica Ernst. At the time she received the award, … Continue reading

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Judicial Review Anyone? As Usual, Court of Appeal of Alberta Denies Impacted Landowners their Application for Permission to Appeal: “We have no rights and no remedies.”

The Ruling: Bokenfohr v Pembina Pipeline Corporation, 2017 ABCA 40 (CanLII) 2017-02-02, Docket: 1603-0135-AC It took the court only 7 days to rule! Compare to the phenomenally long times all levels of courts have taken to rule in the Ernst lawsuit to date: … Continue reading

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Texas Travesty: Appeals Court Throws out $3 Million Jury Verdict for Bob & Lisa Parr against Aruba Petroleum

There is no frac’ing aftercare, not from the companies, regulators, politicians or legal systems in North America. As the Supreme Court of Canada made clear in their “OK for government agencies to violate the Charter” ruling in Ernst vs AER … Continue reading

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Will China’s “colossus” green energy growth and Russia’s agreement to sell Japan oil & gas kill Canada’s grossly uneconomical Fracking, LNG & Bitumen industries? (Never mind The Trump Tax)

Russia, Japan deepen ties with agreements on upstream, LNG cooperation by Nastassia Astrasheuskaya, December 18, 2016, Platts Russian and Japanese companies Friday signed a number of memoranda and agreements on cooperation in hydrocarbons development during the first visit to Japan in … Continue reading

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On Jessica Ernst, and the Vagaries of Justice in Canada

On Jessica Ernst, and the Vagaries of Justice in Canada, Landowner’s ruling shows our legal system can easily lose sight of its mission by Andrew Nikiforuk, February 2, 2017, TheTyee.ca The recent Supreme Court ruling on Jessica Ernst in her case against … Continue reading

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Ireland is set to become the first country to completely stop funding fossil fuels

Ireland is set to become the first country to completely stop funding fossil fuels, Goodbye, coal and oil by Josh Hrala, February 2, 2017, Science Alert Ireland is close to becoming the first country in the world to completely divest from … Continue reading

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Trump Triumphant

The trouble with self-made men is that they tend to worship their creator. source unknown This @latimes political cartoon by @davidhorsey is from 2015. Scarily relevant today… #Trump #Fascism #MuslimBan http://www.latimes.com/la-bio-david-horsey-staff.html… tweet by Jody Emery, January 28, 2017 Tweet by Gideon … Continue reading

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Frack by Hitler? Kevin O’Leary says he would force fracking on “all Canadian provinces.”

Snap from Alberta Surface Rights Group Facebook Page: Kevin O’Leary Would Force Fracking On Canadian Provinces by David Krayden, January 31, 2017, The daily Caller “Shark Tank” star and Conservative Party of Canada leadership candidate Kevin O’Leary says he would force … Continue reading

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Remember Australia’s George Bender? Origin Energy ignores coal seam gas well leaks & groundwater contamination, whistleblower Sally McDow says. More detailed Statement of Claim filed

Origin Energy ignores coal seam gas well leaks, whistleblower says by Michael Slezak, January 26, 2017, The Guardian Statement of claim lodged at federal court alleges that a general manager said company calculated it was cheaper to pay fines than … Continue reading

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Jessica Ernst Open Letter to Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin Regarding False and Seriously Damaging Statements in Justice Rosalie Abella’s Supreme Court of Canada Ruling, Ernst v AER

Jessica Ernst Box 753 Rosebud Alberta T0J 4T0 January 25, 2017 Open Letter to Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin C/O Canadian Judicial Council Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0W8 Dear Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin, Re: January 13, 2017 Ernst vs AER Supreme Court … Continue reading

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DEP Urges Pennsylvanians to Test Homes for Radon; PA schools aren’t required to test for lead or radon, so many Pittsburgh-area districts don’t

DEP Urges Pennsylvanians to Test Homes for Radon Press Release by PA government, January 10, 2017 Harrisburg, PA – The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) urges Pennsylvanians to test their homes for radon in January as part of national Radon Action … Continue reading

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Alberta research shows fracking fluids cause ‘significant’ harm to fish, Can harm fish even at low concentrations. Chemicals caused premature aging in gills, organs

Alberta research shows fracking fluids cause significant harm to fish by Hamilton Spectator, January 24, 2017 Research has found that liquids used to frack oil and gas wells can harm fish. A newly published paper by University of Alberta scientists concludes the … Continue reading

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French Parliament to discuss Frack Ban, Consider banning all unconventional oil & gas developments by any technique!

French Parliament to Discuss Fracking Ban by Kevin Bonnaud, January 23, 2017, naturalgasworld.com Just 100 days before the presidential election, the shale gas debate makes the headlines again in France, as parliament this week considers an amendment of the mining code … Continue reading

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Another Crew Energy Frac Incident. This time in Septimus area, BC. In 2011, Crew contaminated fresh groundwater with gelled propane during frac’ing

OGC investigating incident at Crew Energy well site in Septimus area by Chris Newton News, January 24, 2017, energeticcity.ca B.C. Oil and Gas Commission inspectors are continuing to investigate an incident at a Crew Energy well site near Fort St. John. … Continue reading

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CAPP blew the whistle. Any courageous whisteblowers at AER & Encana? Origin Energy denies massive cover-up after accusation in explosive lawsuit by company whistleblower, Sally McDow, lawyer and senior compliance manager

Snap of photo from the print article linked below. Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers: Coal bed methane operations contaminate water resources by The Calgary Herald, August 28, 2014 Yet CAPP’s Alex Ferguson says many worries about water quality are based on past operations … Continue reading

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Alberta Energy Regulator in Legal La La Land: AER’s “Public Statement” lies about Ernst vs AER Supreme Court of Canada ruling

Supreme Court of Canada Ernst v. Alberta Energy Regulator decision Public Statement by AER, January 13, 2017, AERNR2017-01 Calgary, Alberta (Jan 13, 2017)… Today’s Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) decision is an important one to regulators across the country. This was … Continue reading

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Damaging the Charter: Ernst vs Alberta Energy Regulator by Lorne Sossin, Dean Osgoode Hall Law School, York University. Comment: “It causes one to question how much both the plurality and the dissent were driven by the desired end-state of the judgment, rather than consistency in applying principles of public law.”

The review was also posted to Dean Sossin’s Blog: With this interesting February 6, 2017 comment, emphasis added: Rory Fowler says: February 6, 2017 at 12:41 pm Dean Sossin, Thank you for this case comment. When I read the judgment … Continue reading

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Redeye Vancouver Radio interviews Jessica Ernst on her loss at Supreme Court of Canada and her continuing lawsuit against Encana & Alberta Environment (Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench Chief Justice Neil Wittmann ruled Ernst can sue the “legally immune” water regulator but not the “legally immune” energy regulator)

The interview archived. Starts at 32 min in the Saturday Jan 21 10:00 2017 portion One has to push the fast forward repeatedly. It only moves a few minutes each time. Redeye Vancouver Co-op Radio 100.5 FM / Saturdays 604-684-7561 Podcasts … Continue reading

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Oilpatch greed fuels growing disputes with Alberta landowners; Oil company electrical bills and cleanup costs dumped on abused landowners

Oilpatch woes fuel growing disputes with Alberta landowners, advocate says by Heith Gerein, January 10, 2017, Edmonton Journal Disputes between private landowners and energy companies are on the rise in Alberta, in part due to the financial woes of an … Continue reading

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Documentary on unconventional oil & gas extraction in Canada: To the Ends of the Earth, narrated by Emma Thompson

To the Ends of the Earth by TVO Air Date: Jan 18, 2017 Length: 55:29 Narrated by Emma Thompson, this documentary examines the rise of extreme energy extraction in Canada and its impact on the environment, economy and local communities. The … Continue reading

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EPA Proposes Rule On Toxic Chemical Reporting For Gas Processors

EPA Floats Rule On Toxic Chemical Reporting For Gas Plants by Juan Carlos Rodriguez, January 6, 2017, Law360 EPA proposes adding gas processors to toxics inventory by Gabriel Dunsmith, January 5, 2017, E & E News Natural gas processing plants would be required … Continue reading

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Happy Alberta-Oil-Patch-Get-Away-with-Murder New Year? After 10 years to investigate and release report, CNRL fined $10,000 – maximum allowed – following regulation violations that killed 2 workers, injured 5 others, 13 in total trapped by devastating tank collapse. All 29 charges against CNRL dropped. Alberta’s “No Duty of Care” energy “regulation” wins & kills, again.

Canadian Natural Resources fined $10,000 following accident that killed two by Ian Bickis & Elizabeth McSheffrey, January 4th 2017, National Observer Canadian Natural Resources has been fined $10,000 by Alberta’s professional engineering society — the maximum allowed — following an investigation … Continue reading

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Federal Judge: Lockers’ Pavillion water contamination case against Encana can go to trial. Jeff and Rhonda Locker: “They’ve dragged us through the mud long enough. I’ve got the fight on now”

Judge: Fracking contamination case can go to trial by Benjamin Storrow, January 3, 2017, E&E News A Wyoming family who claim a natural gas company contaminated their drinking water will be allowed to take their case to trial, a federal judge … Continue reading

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Big Oil Shouldn’t Celebrate Quebec’s Flawed Energy Bill Just Yet

Big Oil Shouldn’t Celebrate Quebec’s Flawed Energy Bill Just Yet by Gerard Montpetit, Militant pour les énergies vertes de l’avenir, December 22, 2016, Huffingtonpost.ca In the December 10 edition of the Calgary Herald, an article exuberantly proclaims “Questerre Energy shares soar … Continue reading

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The only safe fracking regulation is a ban

The only safe fracking regulation is a ban by Ann Bristow, December 19, 2016, Baltimore Sun The only way to protect public health and safety in Maryland is to ban fracking in the 2017 legislative On Tuesday, the General Assembly‘s … Continue reading

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California Attorney General, Coastal Commission, others sue feds to block offshore fracking

AG Kamala D. Harris, California Coastal Commission File Lawsuit Challenging Fracking Off California Coastline by Office of the Attorney General, December 19, 2016 LOS ANGELES, December 19, 2016 – Attorney General Kamala D. Harris and the California Coastal Commission today … Continue reading

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Excellent Article by Andrew Nikiforuk on Yet Another Study and the EPA’s Final Frac Report, Both Highlighting Fracking’s Harms to Groundwater. The Big Lie by industry, regulators, politicians unravels

New Study, EPA Report Highlight Fracking’s Risk to Groundwater, Oil and gas industry claims undercut by growing body of research by Andrew Nikiforuk, 17 Dec 2016, The Tyee.ca Andrew Nikiforuk is an award-winning journalist who has been writing about the energy industry … Continue reading

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Must read by Andrew Nikiforuk: Why Haig-Brown Matters More than Ever

Why Haig-Brown Matters More than Ever by Andrew Nikiforuk, November 24, 2016,  Campbell River Community Arts Council “Big pollutions are made up of a lot of little pollutions and each one must be detected and fought individually on its home … Continue reading

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“The Alberta Model” Greedy & Gagging in Nova Scotia: Triangle Petroleum leaves taxpayers to clean up frac sites & waste pits, Gags Energy Dept

Fracking company leaves province with the cleanup by Ken Summers, December 14, 2016, Nova Scotia Advocate (KJIPUKTUK (Halifax) – Ten years after Nova Scotia enticed Triangle Petroleum to experiment with hydraulic fracturing for shale gas in Kennetcook, Hants County, it’s the province … Continue reading

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UK: Councillor wins right to mount High Court challenge over ‘unlawful’ fracking licence in Cheshire; Court placed £5,000 cap on legal costs Mr. Dean will have to pay personally if he loses because he’s trying to protect the environment from frac’ing & drilling harms

Challenge over ‘unlawful’ fracking licence in Cheshire by BBC News, December  15, 2016 IGas Energy is drilling in search of fossil fuels which could potentially lead to fracking An environmental campaigner has won the right to mount a High Court … Continue reading

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Environmental causes of childhood cancers ‘grossly underestimated.’ In Canada, toxic chemicals used by oil and gas industry are exempt under CEPA (1999)

[Refer first to: 2016 10 25: Yale School of Public Health: Fracking Linked to Cancer-Causing Chemicals 2016 09 28: 75% of Drinking Water in America is Contaminated With Cancer-causing Chromium-6; In Canada too? 2016 04 13: Many Oklahomans are sick … Continue reading

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Harmful Levels Benzene, CO2 Detected at MidWest School Surrounded by 744 Active & Abandoned Oil Wells Within 1 Mile Radius, Including CO2 Injection Wells for Enhanced Recovery by Anadarko, Now Owned by Fleur de lis

Report: Wyoming students, teachers fell ill during gas leak by Education Week, November 30, 2016 CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Dozens of students and teachers at a school in a small Wyoming town fell ill while breathing gases from a leaky oil … Continue reading

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UK Fracking giant Cuadrilla fails to lock up a grandmother

Fracking giant fails to lock up a grandmother by Jamie Kelsey, December 12, 2016, New Internationalist Blog Far from frightening off the campaigners by taking one of them to court, Cuadrilla has given them a boost, writes Jamie Kesley-Fry. For anyone … Continue reading

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US EPA Releases Final Frac Report: Rosebud Alberta drinking water aquifers frac’d, water wells contaminated with gas. EPA’s late edits to 2015 draft frac report downplayed the risks, contradicted the evidence, called “bizarre” & “irresponsible.” Like Alberta regulator official, Steve Wallace, secretly editing “independent” drinking water contamination reports to protect illegal aquifer frac’er Encana?

2016 12 11: MUST WATCH! Public Herald’s Melissa Troutman & Josh Pribanic Presentation on PA DEP & US EPA Cover-up of Drinking Water Contaminated by Frac’ing; Call for criminal investigation at federal & state level From some really bad reporting … Continue reading

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MUST WATCH! Public Herald’s Melissa Troutman & Josh Pribanic Presentation on PA DEP & US EPA Cover-up of Drinking Water Contaminated by Frac’ing; Call for criminal investigation at federal & state level

2016 12 11: MUST WATCH! Public Herald Presentation on Pennsylvania Regulator [DEP] Cover-up of Drinking Water Contaminated by Frac’ing 1 hour, 45 Min by Cineplex Rex Public Herald’s Melissa Troutman & Josh Pribanic report on their 3 year investigation of Pennsylvania … Continue reading

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Questerre’s partner to frac Quebec is Repsol, creator of 4.8M world record frackquake, day of Ernst vs AER Supreme Court of Canada hearing. “The Alberta Model” Knocks Quebec’s People to their Knees: Gov’t of Quebec Takes Your Land & Rights, Gives Them to the Frackers – For Free

Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard Reneges on Promise to Stop Fracking in St. Lawrence, Drill, Bébé, Drill by Alberta Oil Magazine, September 26, 2016 Quebec has come under fire from environmentalists for allowing fracking on an island in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. … Continue reading

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The real reason for Quebec’s Frac Bill 106: Questerre Energy shares soar after Quebec passes Bill 106

Quebec paves way for oil, gas exploration with new energy plan by Danielle Bochove and Robert Tuttle, Bloomberg News, Dec. 11, 2016, The Globe and Mail Quebec’s legislature passed a bill that will pave the way for more oil and gas … Continue reading

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