Please visit the GoMarcellusShale events page to learn more about the TruthLand movie screeningg to be held on June 27th at the Ohio Valley College of Technology campus in East Liverpool, OH. For more information on the movie, please visit www.truthlandmovie.com. For more information, contact J Warden at [email protected]
Truthland is an ad produced by an ad agency for Energy In Depth
Truthland is far more believable than you are James!
Hows all those oil wells doing that you supposedly own in Tx when the Texas Railroad Commission (that handles Oil and Gas) has no record of you James?
James “Chip” Northrup’s background includes experience as an independent oil and gas producer in Texas and New Mexico, plus owning drilling rigs in the US, west Africa, Brazil and the South China Sea.
He speaks bluntly on the explosive power of hydraulic fracturing:
show details Jan 11 (2 days ago)
The Railroad Commission only has records of individuals as controlling officers of organizations conducting oil and gas operations in Texas that are regulated by the Commission. James L. Northrup and/or Nancy Northrup are not listed as controlling officers for any past or present organizations conducting oil and gas activities that the Commission regulates. Therefore, we have no records to provide to you as a public records request. In addition, the link that you provided seems to indicate that James L. Northrup and Nancy Northrup are affiliated with Newport Energy Inc. located in Dallas, Texas. There is no active operator in Texas named Newport Energy, and the inactive company was located in Bellaire, Texas. The officers listed for that company were David and Penny Millican. That company has been inactive as an oil and gas operator since 1988.
Yellow Creek Theatre an outdoor theater with a capacity of up to 1000 viewers is interested in showing Truthland and making an event of it for the Youngstown, Ohio region. Please advise.
The “Truthland” video put out by Chesapeake Energy and Energy in Depth could very well be a pie in the face to the gas industry.
The woman they used in the video to show the nation that no gas leaks out of well casings, in fact has had a faulty well casing on her property, and the gas company responsible was fined from the Department of Environmental Protection.
The Manning family, of Franklin Forks, PA, which was featured in my Marcellus Shale Reality Tour Part 5 video is suing WPX Energy for methane contamination. It’s the same gas well on the property that is owned by the woman Shelly Depue, starring as a house wife/mother in this faux documentary video.
In Truthland, a mother concerned about gas drilling on her property goes out on an adventure in search of the truth about gas drilling and comes back home with a rosy picture of safe, reliable natural gas.
Since filming, the woman’s well was cited by DEP inspectors last year for improper casing , the cement-encased sleeves that protect well bore from the earth's surface. WPX, the driller of the Depue wells, is being sued by a nearby family over methane contamination.
One entry in the DEP's violation database includes comments from an inspector, who noted that the WPX well "bubbling was observed in the cellar of the well." "The bubbling identified was determined (sic) to be between 13 3/8" x 9 5/8" annulus," the entry notes. "Violation cited = Defective casing/cement job on intermediate casing string."
Here is a related video disputing Truthland’s claims http://vimeo.com/44247121
Why am I telling you this? Because it’s important, and it’s the truth.