Brian Laging

ecowatchorg:

VIDEO: A Boom With No Boundaries—How Oil and Gas Drilling is Damaging our Public Lands
A Boom With No Boundaries explores how one of America’s 59 national parks is already being affected by the pollution, traffic and noise associated with oil and gas drilling. And this is only the beginning of the problems, as …

This is so true.  However, it doesn’t have to happen.  With new technology there are alternatives that could help reduce the impact the problem.  The boom will be huge but should it be stopped? or slowed down?  Conservation must be a part of the progress in the energy boom.  That is why we at B & R Fracture(http://www.brfracture.com/) developed a technology that will reduce the environmental impact of oil and gas exploration and help maximize production all while reducing cost for the oil and gas producers.

ecowatchorg:

VIDEO: A Boom With No Boundaries—How Oil and Gas Drilling is Damaging our Public Lands

A Boom With No Boundaries explores how one of America’s 59 national parks is already being affected by the pollution, traffic and noise associated with oil and gas drilling. And this is only the beginning of the problems, as …

This is so true.  However, it doesn’t have to happen.  With new technology there are alternatives that could help reduce the impact the problem.  The boom will be huge but should it be stopped? or slowed down?  Conservation must be a part of the progress in the energy boom.  That is why we at B & R Fracture(http://www.brfracture.com/) developed a technology that will reduce the environmental impact of oil and gas exploration and help maximize production all while reducing cost for the oil and gas producers.

greenmanwanderings:

From Think Progress. 
This makes me sick.

this is wrong.  However, this thinking is also prevalent within the oil and gas industry.  however,  there are technologies that can make huge impacts on the environmental damage, yet the industry is slow to react to change.  If we can change popular opinion and government officials we could all work together to correct the problems.  As i said there is technology out there to fix the problem(s) it only takes one person to have an idea, use that idea to start a company and a little support to get that company off the ground.

greenmanwanderings:

From Think Progress. 

This makes me sick.

this is wrong.  However, this thinking is also prevalent within the oil and gas industry.  however,  there are technologies that can make huge impacts on the environmental damage, yet the industry is slow to react to change.  If we can change popular opinion and government officials we could all work together to correct the problems.  As i said there is technology out there to fix the problem(s) it only takes one person to have an idea, use that idea to start a company and a little support to get that company off the ground.

geraldarthur:

Oil oozing through an Arkansas neighborhood

This is disgusting.  It is also what happens when the industry pushes to hard - past the capacity of its people to properly check on their equipment and maintenance programs.  does anyone know why 12 to 16 hour shifts are so common in the oil and gas industry???  answer, because it is cheaper to have one guy do it then 2-3 mandated by OSHA

(Source: geraldarthur)