Jon Haubert from the group Coloradans for Responsible Energy Development (CRED) discusses the role that CRED plays in helping the general public understand the process of hydraulic fracturing in a balanced manner that weighs the costs of developing oil and natural gas against the benefits derived from them.
Hydraulic fracturing, also known as “fracking,” is a technique for recovering oil and natural gas from shale rock formations once too costly to develop. The use of fracking is sweeping the nation, resulting in a surge in production that has made the U.S. the single-largest producer of both oil and natural gas in the world, a feat that was unthinkable just a decade ago.
As Heartland President Joe Bast noted in a post below, Fox News on October 7 featured a Special Report hosted by Bret Baier titled “Behind Obama’s Green Agenda.” This is a[…]
On October 7, Fox News Channel aired “Behind Obama’s Green Agenda,” a 40-minute special report hosted by Bret Baier. Embedded at the bottom of this post, it is an outstanding[…]