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An Evaluation of Fracture Growth and Gas/Fluid Migration as Horizontal Marcellus Shale Gas Wells are Hydraulically Fractured in Greene County, Pennsylvania
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A long (80 page) study has just been released by the U.S. Department of Energy. The study is titled:  “An Evaluation of Fracture Growth and Gas/Fluid Migration as Horizontal Marcellus Shale Gas Wells…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nancy Mosley 9 hours ago.

Residual hydraulic fracturing water not a risk to groundwater, study says .........
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In case you missed this on Jack's Picks, this research is notable in explaining away some of the unfounded groundwater concerns.Source:…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Barry D on Friday.

Jack's Picks VI
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What follows is a discussion in which I will post/share industry related articles that I believe to be of general interest to some who frequent this site.Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joseph-Ohio yesterday.

HB 1684 ammendments are currently being discussed in the PA House of Representatives 05/06/14 4:15PM
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HB 1684 and amendments to HB 1684 are currently being discussed.http://www.house.state.pa.us/Video/HouseVideo.cfmJS Continue

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Nancy Mosley replied to Jack Straw's discussion 'An Evaluation of Fracture Growth and Gas/Fluid Migration as Horizontal Marcellus Shale Gas Wells are Hydraulically Fractured in Greene County, Pennsylvania'
"http://wunc.org/post/duke-university-study-blames-faulty-wells-not-fracking-water-contamination By Rebecca Martinez A Duke study shows that faulty gas wells, not fracking itself, were responsible for water contamination at several sites in…"
9 hours ago
Jesse Drang replied to Jack Straw's discussion 'An Evaluation of Fracture Growth and Gas/Fluid Migration as Horizontal Marcellus Shale Gas Wells are Hydraulically Fractured in Greene County, Pennsylvania'
"Thanks, Jack. I submit that the water pollution may be caused more by failed casings rather than migration. That would suggest a quality issue rather than a geologic issue. Of course, the relationship between injection wells and plate tectonics…"
10 hours ago
Joseph-Ohio replied to Jack Straw's discussion 'An Evaluation of Fracture Growth and Gas/Fluid Migration as Horizontal Marcellus Shale Gas Wells are Hydraulically Fractured in Greene County, Pennsylvania'
"Thanks for the reference Jack. Pedal to the metal."
13 hours ago
David Perotto replied to Jack Straw's discussion 'An Evaluation of Fracture Growth and Gas/Fluid Migration as Horizontal Marcellus Shale Gas Wells are Hydraulically Fractured in Greene County, Pennsylvania'
"Their talking points always get debunked. Once this happens, they will re-invent new ones. Dishonesty reveals itself, given enough time."
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An Evaluation of Fracture Growth and Gas/Fluid Migration as Horizontal Marcellus Shale Gas Wells are Hydraulically Fractured in Greene County, Pennsylvania

A long (80 page) study has just been released by the U.S. Department of Energy. The study is titled:  “An Evaluation of Fracture Growth and Gas/Fluid Migration as Horizontal Marcellus Shale Gas Wells are Hydraulically Fractured in Greene County, Pennsylvania” The below is excerpted from the OVERALL CONCLUSIONS of this long and detailed technical study: “A comparison of production and pressure records from Upper Devonian/Lower Mississippian wells collected weekly for 1 year after hydraulic…See More
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Joseph-Ohio replied to Jack Straw's discussion 'Jack's Picks VI'
"When I write 'our fleet' I mean the 'fleet' transporting our LNG sold to whoever buys and / or transports it; as I think there would be ships from numerous flags involved. "
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Trapper replied to Jack Straw's discussion 'Jack's Picks VI'
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Joseph-Ohio replied to Jack Straw's discussion 'Jack's Picks VI'
"Agreed, not really looking like that these days. Need to start taking care of business here at home and maybe that will change. Looks to me like the rest of the world's countries are doing it. Why do we think we need to do it for them ?"
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Joseph-Ohio replied to Jack Straw's discussion 'Jack's Picks VI'
"Jack, Russia you bring up. Not getting the impression that Putin / Russia is buying into the whole New World Order concept. Maybe he / they would if Communist Russia was in total control of it all. What happens say he / they turn off the gas and…"
yesterday
Trapper replied to Jack Straw's discussion 'Jack's Picks VI'
"Yes,Israel. They are sitting on a huge gas reserve."
Monday
Kikko Land replied to Jack Straw's discussion 'Jack's Picks VI'
"Israel?"
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Trapper replied to Jack Straw's discussion 'Jack's Picks VI'
"I have said it before and I will say it again. A band of young investigative journalists (TRUE JOURNALISTS) could blow the lid off of all of these hamstringing groups and politicians if they only would take up the cause and dig up and expose the…"
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Jack Straw replied to Amber burkett's discussion 'Trying not to get ripped off.'
"RE: " Especially where my property is because I believe that it is in the Rome trough." The Rome trough is the elongate basin within which the Marcellus and Utica shales were deposited (although I understand that the Utica does spill…"
Sunday
Jack Straw replied to Jack Straw's discussion 'Jack's Picks VI'
"Some LNG exporting countries capable of supplying Europe (from a reasonable sailing distance): Norway Algeria Qatar United Arab Emirates Equatorial Guniea Nigeria Angola Trinidad and Tobago   Some of the European countries have been receiving…"
Sunday
Ragnars Repo replied to Jack Straw's discussion 'Jack's Picks VI'
"For Putins plans to work he needs us to become as unstable as possible. Anyone look around lately? We're not as dysfunctional as some, but we don't look like one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."
Saturday
Philip Brutz replied to Jack Straw's discussion 'Jack's Picks VI'
"How many LNG ports and ships would it take to supply the needs of eastern Europe?"
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At 5:48pm on August 1, 2012, lynn said…

Sorry to hear about the health problems-sure hope they're over and you can get on with your projects.  Can't believe how fast this summer's going by.

At 10:53am on May 17, 2012, George Ballou said…

Reading through yer postings...

looks good from Louisiana.

At 12:09pm on December 9, 2011, Lenore M. Mason said…
 
 
 

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