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Environmentalists use Porter Ranch disaster to target CA fracking

Environmentalists use Porter Ranch disaster to target CA fracking

. The California Public Utilities Commission is considering closing the massive 3,600-acre natural gas storage location in the Porter Ranch area of Los Angeles County, anxious that the Southern California Gas Co. has been unable to stop massive leaks of methane from the SS-25 well that began on Oct. 23. The fear is that many […]

Lawsuit Challenges Dangerous Oil Drilling in Santa Paula Canyon

Lawsuit Challenges Dangerous Oil Drilling in Santa Paula Canyon

Fracking or Farms?

Fracking or Farms?

    . By Naomi Fisher At this time, drought is more important than fracking. The excessive amounts of water used on fracking should be going to farms. Farms can use recycled water. Farms need the precious water Fracking is consuming. As the drought continues, water restrictions will probably get worse. Because of dry farms, […]

Two Graphs Show Exactly Why Saudi Arabia Wants To Crush Fracking

Two Graphs Show Exactly Why Saudi Arabia Wants To Crush Fracking

These Are The 5 MOST Ridiculous Things Enviros Say About Fracking

These Are The 5 MOST Ridiculous Things Enviros Say About Fracking

By Michael Bastasch . The Environmental Protection Agency’s comprehensive study on environmental effects of hydraulic fracturing, remedy or fracking, diagnosis  is set to be released in the near future, and environmentalists are groaning that it’s tainted with oil and gas industry influence. Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ Why the complaining? It’s likely environmental groups know something about the […]

Report: Fracking Keeps Small Businesses Afloat In Tough Times

Report: Fracking Keeps Small Businesses Afloat In Tough Times

Booming natural gas production have helped keep small businesses linked to the energy sector afloat while businesses in other industries have struggled these past few years, stuff according to a new report. A study by the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council found that “increased [natural gas] production has been good news for the energy sector, including […]

Export of American Domestic Oil

Export of American Domestic Oil

By Dennis Brown Is no one troubled, as I am, at the enthusiasm for increased exporting of our domestic carbon reserves? Marathon oil –along with others–is lobbying intensely for repeal of the 1975 Energy Policy and Conservation Act, which forbids export of domestic oil. The Act was passed when US oil production was in steep […]

McCoy vs Irwin- AD44 candidates battle it out in debate

By George Miller Democrat Jacqui Irwin and Republican Rob McCoy have only debated once before- in a three way primary election bout with another Republican candidate on May 10.  While McCoy has been fairly open about his positions on the issues, Irwin has been much less forthcoming on these, preferring to focus on her greatest strengths […]

Frack It!

Frack It!

Stop Fracking in California

Stop Fracking in California

      By Naomi Fisher Awhile back it was announced on TV News that a bill is being introduced to stop fracking in California. The announcer said: “It is a fact that fracking causes earthquakes. It is a fact that fracking uses enough water to supply a city for a year.” (The size of […]

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