State fracking legislation applauded by API

Regulations for fracking have been up in the air since the contaminated water scare in Dimock, Pennsylvania.  Typically states have full control fracking regulations; however, recent events caused the EPA to step in. The future of fracking no lies in the hands of...

Shale gas is economic

The Environmental Protection Agency (E.P.A.) drafted a new rule that proves hydraulic fracturing in Pennsylvania to be economic. The new rule would limit carbon dioxide emissions from new power plants to 1,000 pounds per megawatt-hour, which will force new power...

North Carolina in favor of fracking

Fracking for Marcellus Shale in Pennsylvania, New York, Texas and other shale state, helps to decrease America’s dependency on foreign oil sources. In a Recent poll, by Public Opinion Strategies and Frederick Polls, 75% of North Carolina voters support increased...

Hydraulic Fracturing Enters Political Debates

Last month during a town hall meeting recently Governor Rick Perry argued with locals about the concern that hydraulic fracturing is harmful to the environment: “We can have this conversation but you cannot show me one place, not one where there is a proven pollution...