Tagged: shale gas

Is this the beginning of the end of the fracking nightmare?

The shale gas industry, otherwise known as fracking, has been under severe attack in recent months. First the Arabs reduced the price of oil, and with no apparent price hike on the horizon, it meant that the bottom fell out of fracking shares. Secondly, in the UK, Lancashire County Council’s refusal of a licence to drill to iGas, 10 days ago, prompted shares in that company on the London Stock Exchange to plummet. Continue reading

The Deliberate Flooding of the Somerset Levels – Part 1

By Ishtar Babilu Dingir

Marines on Levels
It’s no wonder that when Chris Smith, the head of the Environment Agency, arrived on the Somerset Levels today, he was running scared. Apparently, he didn’t let anyone know exactly where he would arrive, and when.

He didn’t even tell the local MP. Continue reading

The Truth Behind The Dash For Gas

fracking mapThe kleptocratic criminocracy presently ruling the United Kingdom has been lying to the people about the benefits of fracking. These greedy robber barons will do or say anything to get the shale gas out of the ground in order to make fat profits for themselves and their friends, and they will not think twice about sacrificing the fertility and wellbeing of this green and pleasant land to do so. That much is now clear. They have no loyalty to Britain. Which means that we now have to consider ourselves, in this country, under attack by globalist environmental hooligans. Continue reading

A letter to write to your council asking them not to take Cameron’s bribe on fracking

Roman Baths in BathThe good news for the people of beautiful Bath is that their council will not be taking a hefty bribe from David Cameron to allow in shale gas exploration and mining – otherwise known as fracking.

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Scientific study shows fracking contaminates 82% of nearby drinking water

gasland-still-frack-fireSupporters of fracking repeatedly insist that deadly chemicals and flammable gases are carefully isolated and drinking water is in no danger. But a new study from Duke University and a group of German biogeochemists proves that a staggering 82% of homes near fracking sites have drinking water contaminated with exponentially elevated levels of methane gas and other deadly biproducts of the controversial drilling procedure. Continue reading

What the BBC doesn’t want you to know about the UK’s fracking nightmare

Frack offby Ishtar Babilu Dingir

Readers outside the UK may not be aware of what’s been going on in this country in the past few weeks. In a nutshell, our politicians have taken advantage of the long hot lazy days of summer, with lots of people away, to allow in the energy companies to begin exploratory drilling work for shale gas… otherwise known as fracking. Continue reading