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Shale Boom or Shale Bubble?

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By Alan Septoff

October 14, 2013

Deborah Rogers, internationally renowned fracking economics expert, to present and take questions

As Colorado's Front Range communities wrestle with hydraulic fracturing-enabled oil and gas development, residents should know the fracking boom may provide only a short period of oil and gas abundance before collapsing in an economic bust.

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Tagged with: fracking, colorado, community consent, economics, deborah rogers, shale bubble, front range


Fracking the Eagle Ford—TCEQ’s nondenial

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By Alan Septoff

September 30, 2013

Energy in Depth responded to our report on TCEQ's regulatory malfeasance: Reckless Endangerment while fracking the Eagle Ford - Government fails, public health suffers and industry profits from the shale oil boom.

Rather than respond on the substance, EID chose to attack Earthworks.

To paraphrase Isaac Asimov, ad hominem attacks are the last refuge of those without a leg to stand on.

The central revelations of the report are not in dispute:

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Tagged with: regulation, texas, enforcement, eagle ford shale, health, tceq, reckless endangerment


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