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The Texas Tribune inadvertently demonstrates the importance of the 1st amendment

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By Sharon Wilson

September 26, 2011

This past weekend,  The Texas Tribune, the nonprofit news site that enjoys a higher profile in the journalism world (than it would otherwise) thanks to its partnership with The New York Times, held a lecture-and-networking event on the University of Texas campus in Austin.

I was invited to appear on a panel after the showing of the documentary Haynesville: A Nation’s Hunt for an Energy Future.

I knew the film depicted natural gas drilling in the Haynesville Shale as an economic miracle for folks in north Louisiana and East Texas, with barely a mention of environmental health risks. I said yes, received an enthusiastic confirmation letter requesting my bio, which I sent in, a request to sign the “Talent Agreement,” and a list of the panel members.

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Tagged with: fracking, hydraulic fracturing, natural gas, texas, texas tribune


Eagle Ford Shale: Trust me, I’m a doctor

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By Sharon Wilson

September 15, 2011

When I choose a banker, I want one with enough savvy that he would never say the following:

“Call me naïve, but I’m inclined to trust the industry to be good stewards of this land until they prove me otherwise.”

Naïve? Nah, that’s a profound lack of judgment and ignorance of the historical abuses of the oil and gas industry.

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Tagged with: fracking, hydraulic fracturing, natural gas, texas, eagle ford shale


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