Thursday, March 25, 2010
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
THANKS to those who participated in the OPINION POLL ON HYDRAULIC FRACTURING...
By a better than a 2 to 1 margin, poll participants felt that hydraulic fracturing was/is environmentally safe. However, the heated debate continues on this controversial method of releasing trapped natural gas from shale rock. The controversy is over the contents of the frac fluids, and the possible damage they could cause when not disposed of properly. The results of the month long poll are are shown below. This site will continue to follow ongoing updates in this matter as they become available. Once again - Thanks for your participation!
I Have the Solution
Total Votes: 74
Posted by D.G. Worley at 9:56 PM
Tuesday, March 09, 2010
The resolution that appointed members to the air quality study was passed tonight despite heated objection by the NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS COMMUNITIES ALLIANCE.
Urban drilling in many north Texas communities has been met with opposition by some, but everyone with comments have been allowed to voice their opinions in venues such as this.
Posted by D.G. Worley at 9:46 PM
A Resolution Appointing Members to the Air Quality Study Committee and Identifying the Charge of the Committee was discussed Tuesday, March 9, 2010.
If you missed the discussion please watch a REBROADCAST at this link:
Posted by D.G. Worley at 6:59 PM
A view from Google Earth, the Day Kimball Hill A1H Unit is the biggest producing gas well in the Barnett Shale. After coming online at 12.97 MMCFD in October, it's the only well currently averaging more than 10 million cubic feet daily. Read the Star-Telegram article by jzsmith here: Day Kimball Hill Monster.
Posted by D.G. Worley at 6:15 PM