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  • norrishappy norrishappy Oct 27, 2012 10:49 AM Flag

    Re: Gasland Dude RLP.

    Go over to the EIA series rather than just keep prattling.

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    • Why would he post about that movie and at the same time tell us how wonderful it is to produce in the Marcellus shale?

      I did not see the Sky is Pink movie but I might now take a look just to see why he would have posted that info. I rely on the info that comes from Penn State (prof. Terry Engelder) and I think he makes lots of sense.

      This was from a youtube description about the movie:

      "Josh Fox does a follow-up documentary to his hit Gasland about the propaganda & misinformation that the hydraulic fracking industry puts out. He refutes the claims that fracking is clean & safe by the industry.

      Here are the hard FACTS behind this documentary in case you wanted to refute the claims yourself."

      I thought that the industry's response movie to Gasland was very good, and wonder if they will have another one to respond to the second movie by Josh Fox with some more detailed info?

      • 1 Reply to sandonthebeach47
      • HI Sand,

        Jack is going to forego the Penn legal opinion as it is a very localized and specialized matter. Unlike the OLB.

        All the OLB is selling is despair now.

        Question for an natural gas investment board is which candidate is most likely to do what is necessary to encourage domestic natural gas into our economy.

        Romney has not promised any grand plan but then none is necessary. If American business believes Romney wants energy independence rather than pagan earth worship the investment to get our economy benefiting from OUR natural gas will be made. Further it will happen very quickly.

        Enough so that it would be very wise not to close the up to date coal plants so there is stability in electricity prices. Last thing a real economic recovery needs is a spike in the cost of electricity or grid instability Obama is regulating into it.

        Will it help get the economy going? 100%
        Will it solve everything? Likely not but it could be a catalysts which does.

        Democrats/Republicans say do it and do it now.

        Progressive? Ah it will not help anyway. More wind mills and solar panels and corn ethanol corruption.

    • What exactly is your agenda?

      Sentiment: Buy

    • I suggest you do the same. But since you don't know how, here are the hard facts:

      Consumption (which is demand): 7-month period ending July 2010:14,03b bcf
      7-month period ending July, 2011: 14,503 bcf
      7-month period ending July, 2012: 15,011 bcf

      See if you can figure out which sector has led the demand curve.

      • 1 Reply to rlp2451
      • Using past data on an investment board when we all know the market only values future cash flow?

        What was the production January 2012 compared to the most recent month?

        You prattle on an on about fracturing decline rates. We both know you did not understand the decline in Baker natural gas drilling.

        What is remarkable is that despite a 50% increase in the spot price of natural gas there was no noticeable increase in supply. The injection rates are a little higher but still on the normal curve now. Even as the chemical companies reported scary slowing in their businesses.

        You show the uncaring and deceptive nature of a collectivist and you share it with Obama.

        Day in and day out trying to trick fellow Americans. What a nasty piece of work you are.

        Past data rather than a future forecast on an investment board? Your political desperation is showing and it is a good sign for Americans! Thank you.

 
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