Is Fracking Good or Bad?
May 17, 2021
Originally posted on Forbes.com on May 4, 2021
Why Is It An Emotionally-Charged Issue For Americans
Fracking of oil and gas wells is a conundrum. On one hand, fracking was a key to releasing oil and gas from shale rock, which led to the successful shale revolution that allowed us to buy cheap gasoline and … More “Is Fracking Good or Bad?”
Fracking and Global Warming: What’s the Connection?
March 2, 2019
I gave a talk this past week called Fracking and Global Warming: What’s the Connection? I appreciate the invite by Dr John Korstad who teaches two different courses on Sustainability at Oral Roberts University (ORU).
Sustainability is getting to be a hot subject: it implies conserving the present environment for our grand-kids, to use a … More “Fracking and Global Warming: What’s the Connection?”
Is Fracking responsible for Earthquakes?
June 11, 2017
WHATS IN THIS BLOG: • Earthquakes in my Iphone. • Fracking doesn’t cause earthquakes. • Largest earthquake in Oklahoma was missed by forecasters. • Earthquakes are declining with time in Oklahoma. • What are the chances of a big one? • What to do if you are in the path of the big one.
Fracking and shale gas: A balanced perspective
May 13, 2017
If you want to be informed and gain a balanced perspective of the issues, this article is a marvelous source. It’s a long article, but a goldmine as a summary of the issues in regard to shale gas and fracking.
The report below comes from England via Michael Roberts, whose website is www.MichaelRoberts4004.wordpress.com. Michael is … More “Fracking and shale gas: A balanced perspective”
Wind energy and fossil energy: can they co-exist?
March 17, 2017
Wind energy and fossil energy – This is a long blog. But richly informative if you want to know more about the debates on global warming, fossil energy, and renewables. It’s also based on data and facts (real facts). I have tried to strike a balanced approach. This blog is written for the layman, as … More “Wind energy and fossil energy: can they co-exist?”
What is Oklahoma’s government doing about fracking and earthquakes?
February 2, 2017
WHATS IN THIS BLOG: • The latest on fracking and earthquakes in Oklahoma. • The role of Oklahoma’s government in dealing with this problem. • Keys to problem-solving: diversity and collaboration.
THE GOVERNOR IS MARY FALLIN. THE SECRETARY OF ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT IS MICHAEL TEAGUE. Wait, Energy and Environment together??? These two are usually on … More “What is Oklahoma’s government doing about fracking and earthquakes?”
My new Book on Fracking
November 11, 2016
BELOW IS A BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE BOOK. (Hint: Click to enlarge any image, then back-arrow to return to blog article).
My new novel, called Fracman, is about fracking and shale-oil-gas and earthquakes. In short, the story is about two oilfield careers. First of all an older, cavalier risk-taker called Jordan, who is contrasted with … More “My new Book on Fracking”
Earthquake! Largest-ever in Oklahoma! Today!
September 3, 2016
WHATS IN THIS BLOG: • Where was the earthquake? • Were there after-shocks in that area? • What causes earthquakes in Oklahoma? • To find out more about fracking and earthquakes.
EARTHQUAKES HAVE BEEN DECLINING IN OKLAHOMA, since the Oklahoma Corporation Commission issued a plan in February 2016 to cut volumes of saltwater disposal by … More “Earthquake! Largest-ever in Oklahoma! Today!”
Some Fracking Truths, Part 2.
October 27, 2015
What’s in this article about fracking truths? • The revolution that is shale gas and shale oil. • Do fracs contaminate surface water? • Disposal wells…..and earthquakes.
Fracking Truths: The revolution that is shale gas or shale oil has been successful because many frac treatments are pumped one at a time along the length of … More “Some Fracking Truths, Part 2.”
Oklahoma Wild: Tornadoes and Earthquakes
May 7, 2015
If you’re goin’ to Oklahoma, don’t go in the month of May!
If you live in Oklahoma or Kansas, please be careful today or tomorrow (May 7 and 8, 2015). Tornado Alley forms in May, and stretches from Texas north to Nebraska. It includes Kansas and Oklahoma.
But Oklahoma always seems to get hit the … More “Oklahoma Wild: Tornadoes and Earthquakes”