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Canadian Company Gasfrac Tests Waterless Fracking in Texas

Canadian Company Gasfrac Tests Waterless Fracking in Texas by Mark Whittington, March 27, 2013, Yahoo! As early as 2011, according to an article published by First Enercast Financial, oil and gas drillers started to recognize that they might have a … Continue reading

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Lack of adequate procedures cause of Suncor rig blowout near Hudson’s Hope

Lack of adequate procedures cause of Suncor rig blowout by Erica Fisher, Energetic City, March 7, 2013 The B.C. Oil and Gas Commission has released its report on the blowout at a Suncor natural gas rig 20 kilometres north of … Continue reading

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CEO of Gastem says ecology activists are fascists and states that ‘nobody’ in Alberta complains about drilling wells, Le pdg de Gastem qualifie les militants écologistes de “fascistes”

CEO of Gastem says ecology activists are fascists translation by des Ami(e)s du Richelieu February 17, 2013 of Le pdg de Gastem qualifie les militants écologistes de “fascistes” by Lapress.ca and Le Soleil, February 16, 2013 Mr Savoie did this declaration to … Continue reading

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Fracking the subject of Regina duo’s documentary Shattered Ground

Documentary tackles controversy over fracking for gas, Regina-based documentary maker investigates effect of fracking on the air, our water and our health by Raveena Aulakh, February 6, 2013, Toronto Star What does it do to the air? Is too much … Continue reading

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SNC Lavalin Chairman Ex-Encana Gwyn Morgan on Promised Land: Time to fight back against Hollywood’s misinformation

Check the source by Brian Mason, January 22, 2013, Globe and Mail Gwyn Morgan (Time To Fight Back Against Hollywood’s Misinformation – Report on Business, Jan. 21) appears to have trouble differentiating between a thriller and a documentary. If it … Continue reading

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Wheatland County (Alberta) Councillors call for Fracking Halt until Protective Methods are Developed

Moves to address frack practices by Shanon McLeay, January 18, 2013, Strathmore Times Wheatland County councillors submitted their views, in a resolution proposal to the Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Communities (AAMDC) zone office, regarding the County’s stance on … Continue reading

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Lochend Industry Producer’s Group (LIPG) hopes frack fluid disclosure eases concerns over contamination

LIPG hopes frack fluid disclosure eases concerns over contamination by Derek Clouthier, January 16, 2013, Cochrane Eagle The secrecy surrounding what chemicals are being used in hydraulic fracturing (fracking) fluid has ended, with the Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB) and … Continue reading

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Crews Still Trying to Contain Sour Gas Leak by Questerre Energy Corporation South of Grand Prairie (near recent groundwater contamination case caused by fracing) & north of Grand Cache, Alberta

Well site incident under investigation by Patrick Callan, January 12, 2013,  Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune The Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB) remains on site at Questerre Energy Corporation following an uncontrolled release of completion fluids from a natural gas well site near Grande Cache … Continue reading

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Alberta Tories accused of burying water issues

Alberta Tories accused of burying water issues by Darcy Henton, January 11, 2013, Calgary Herald Alberta Environment is set to launch a public consultation on water issues in 20 communities, but critics say a leaked government document suggests the process … Continue reading

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Mountain View County Council voices concerns with Alberta ERCB’s proposed changes to oilfield emergency requirements

County worried about proposed oilpatch response plans by Paul Cowley, January 9, 2013, Red Deer Advocate Proposed changes to provincial regulations around oilpatch emergency response has raised concerns at Mountain View County council. Alberta Energy Resources Conservation Board is updating … Continue reading

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Canadian authorities: Fracking operation contaminated groundwater

Canadian government confirms contamination of groundwater from hydraulic fracturing by Deborah Rogers, January 4, 2013, Energy Policy Forum Energy In Depth, an industry funded advocacy group, issued an interesting post on the Canadian government’s recent admission that hydraulic fracture stimulation, … Continue reading

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ERCB: Rules coming for fracking and unconventional resources

ERCB: Rules coming for fracking and unconventional resources by Suzy Thompson, December 20, 2012, Fast Forward Weekly The Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB) is in the process of a large-scale review of its fracking regulations, with changes implemented sometime in 2013. The ERCB … Continue reading

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CAPP aims to ease fracking concerns

CAPP aims to ease fracking concerns by Troy Media, March 26, 2012 Bradley Walters, a professor of geography and environmental studies at Mount Allison University, says the Maritime Provinces have been caught flat-footed by the eastern spread of the U.S. shale gas … Continue reading

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Fracking regulations stringent, misconceptions abound

Fracking regulations stringent, misconceptions abound by Barbara Duckworth, The Western Producer, February 23, 2012 Bob Curran of the ERCB said ground water protection, drilling and hydraulic fracturing are highly regulated. “Some of the complaints are based on what is happening in other jurisdictions. … Continue reading

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Frac’ing Multimedia

BEST FRAC TALK EVER! Andrew Nikiforuk presenting at ACORRDS Frack Conference in Cochrane, Alberta by Will Koop, May 13, 2017 MUST WATCH! The Tricks of the Oil and Gas Corporations 44:28 Min. Documentary by NDR.de, April 6, 2017, English subtitles by Charlie Williams Die Tricks der … Continue reading

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Canadian fracking guidelines unveiled by CAPP

Canadian fracking guidelines unveiled, CAPP aims to increase transparency by Dan Healing, September 9, 2011, Calgary Herald CAPP, the lobby group that represents most of Canada’s oil and gas producers, came up with the environmental and disclosure guidelines to reassure the public … Continue reading

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The Lawsuit

The court is most merciful when the accused is most rich. Proverb 2017 06 08 (post marked): Condescending letter from Canada Judicial Council to Ernst: SCC Justices making stuff up in published rulings is not ‘conduct’ and won’t be reviewed, … Continue reading

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