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by CdnLynx  Sep 16, 2014

As much as it's important to have energy, particularly to heat dwellings; not at the risk of potable clean water. Fracing is the equivalent of slash & burning; wasteful! It would be far more prudent to leave it deep in the rock, until such time, it can be more safely extracted from rock. Fracing has and will remain to be a serious problem. Blaming the eqpt and not the source of the problem (facking) is ludicrous. Fracing is the prob and it will remain so! How goes the battle w/Looney Tunes characters Spike & Jester" or shud I call them Mutt and Jeff! Sometimes the way "They" write if firmly believe they are one and the same!

by Jayburt  Sep 16, 2014

Good one Tea,that quote on the well's, lol

by Joeski1  Sep 16, 2014

T, lucky for all those well owners who have had their well water ruined by fracking related issues that the gas and oil folks came along to expose the short comings in all those improperly constructed wells... now those well owners know why their wells are bad.. they weren't ever any good to begin with! best joe

by mastermariner  Sep 16, 2014

The majority of the time it comes down to the $, some of the deepwater rigs are getting over $600k a day, A rule of thumb is that the day rate is roughly 1/3 of the total cost to the client eg BP, so you are looking at $2 million a day, so every minute counts.

by mastermariner  Sep 16, 2014

in answer to drpeepertx, he hasn't a clue. I posted these comments drpeppertx I can assure you the possibility "channeling" as a result of a bad cement job is given, I have seen several incidents of well control problems occurring due to the fact that the client representative does not wait long enough for the cement to cure. Yes I do know something on this subject having spent over 50 years in the offshore drilling industry.

by Nicoalbum  Sep 16, 2014

Geothermal was flying 3rd in the list before getting removed

by Nicoalbum  Sep 16, 2014

It was an excellent post. I used to go to Iceland and saw geothermal energy working for the entire nation.

by teafortwo  Sep 16, 2014

**** INDUSTRY QUOTE OF THE DAY **** "It's the wells' fault"

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