The Washington Examiner reported: “Saudi Arabia’s largest chemical company has announced plans to invest in U.S. shale gas production, after finding its own country has little natural gas to spare.” “Saudi Basic Industries Corp., the world’s second-biggest chemicals manufacturer, recently signed an agreement with the large Houston shale pipeline firm Enterprise Products Partners LP “to […]
Hey, so claims that were unsubstantiated to start with were debunked. Yay, science and fracking unite!
WASHINGTON — Fracking, which was a resounding success in the U.S., will now be conducted in Ukraine. Chevron signed a $10 billion agreement with Ukraine to help the country become more energy independent from Russia. Reuters reported that the deal will develop the western Olesska field, on heels of a similar agreement with the Royal […]
WASHINGTON — Reuters’ most recent analysis of the shale boon is quite misleading with the title, “U.S. shale is a boon to manufacturers but not their workers”. Reuters points out that even though shale has led to a boom in revenue, they accuse shale investors of not increasing local job growth thanks to Reuters’ twisted […]
7/30/2015 - Saudis want a Piece of U.S. Fracking
6/5/2015 - EPA Study: No ‘Widespread’ Harm to Drinking Water due to Fracking
11/7/2013 - Chevron signs $10 Billion Fracking deal with Ukraine
6/20/2013 - Fact Checking Reuters: Shale doesn’t create Jobs fast enough!