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Fracing: A New Economically Friendly Way To Produce Natural Gas, Giving The U.S. Clean Energy For Over a Century
Who wouldn’t support such a process?
APPLETON, WIS. – July 12, 2011 – Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives are accusing natural gas companies of dumping toxic and hazardous chemicals into the land when fracing, a process used to get natural gas from deep in the ground. Because of this the natural gas industry is under immense scrutiny for introducing various potentially dangerous chemicals into the ground.
In his recent articles, Natural Gas: Yours for the Fracing and Natural Gas: The Coming Shale Gale, Ed Hiserodt exposes the availability and abundance of shale gas and how the new process of fracing is providing Americans with a whole new supply of clean energy.
According to Hiserodt: “This technology has, in about four years, changed the natural-gas production outlook from what some feared to be a tailing off of production, to what is now known as the shale gale.”
Hiserodt also states. “The primary argument by those opposing this ingenious way of bringing a valuable product from formations a mile underground to the surface for our use and comfort is that this activity will contaminate near-surface aquifers. Somehow fracing fluid is going to migrate through 4,000 or more feet of rock, sand, and shale into an aquifer. “
He also says, “the whole process is very environmentally friendly, and it’s getting even friendlier by the day.”
Interview Hiserodt today to hear the facts on fracing. Please contact me to schedule.
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