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Clean-Burning, Clean-Producing Natural Gas

natural gas  hydraulic fracturing  fracking  energy  domestic energy  access 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted September 17, 2012

Another kind of good news from Pennsylvania, where natural gas production from hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling has increased 450 percent the past three years, bringing jobs and economic growth with it: Waste generation has grown just one-fourth as fast – and 90 percent of it is recycled or reused

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Dilley, Texas: Shale Energy Helps the ‘Good Life’ Get Better

domestic energy  access  fracking  hydraulic fracturing 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted September 12, 2012

Dilley, which promotes itself as “a slice of the good life,” is indeed that, riding growth spurred by natural gas and oil development. More jobs, more people and demand for the things they need, which is driving overall economic growth in a place that hadn’t seen much opportunity until a year or so ago.

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More Non-Facts on Fracking in New York

hydraulic fracturing  energy  domestic energy  access 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted September 11, 2012

A sharp Energy From Shale supporter captured this “infographic” currently up on the New York subway from a group that’s called Damascus Citizens for Sustainability (DCS).  Let’s break it down

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Energy as Election Mover and Shaker

access  domestic energy  energy policy  keystone xl  natural gas  vote4energy 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted September 5, 2012

Bloomberg Government has an analysis this week describing the way surging domestic oil and natural gas production and associated job growth are helping frame the presidential contest. Rob Barnett and Anthony Costello note

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Keystone XL in Perspective

keystone xl  energy policy  energy  domestic energy  access 

Kyle Isakower

Kyle Isakower
Posted September 5, 2012

In this time of stubborn unemployment, jobs are number two on the list of top policy priorities for the American people. This is why it is easy to get angry about the jobs lost by the administration’s decision to say no to the Keystone XL pipeline, a pipeline that would end up delivering around 700,000 barrels of oil per day by 2020.

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Natural Gas and Solar in Perspective

natural gas  energy  domestic energy  access  solar energy 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted September 4, 2012

The Department of Energy tweeted the following this morning:

“A Graph is Worth 1000 Words: Charting Solar Generation in the United States”

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