This is a news compilation setting the record straight on the day’s top stories about the oil and gas industry.
Activist Docs clearly do not understand hydraulic fracturing.
- The idea that hydraulic fracturing causes adverse health risks has been thoroughly debunked over the last few decades.https://eidhealth.org/new-report-shows-no-link-between-fracking-and-health-problems/
- LNG produced in Canada can help reduce global emissions. It is estimated that for every LNG facility built in Canada, 100 MT of global emissions are reduced.https://www.capp.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Enabling_Canada_s_Liquefied_Natural_Gas_Industry_Global_Emissions_Reduction_Benefit-333653.pdf
Here are some stories that get it right, or mostly right
Greta is a brave young woman, but her ‘solutions’ to climate change have real-world implications.
- By eliminating the complete use of hydrocarbons, the economic and social aspirations of historically impoverished regions like Africa could be diminished by blockading access to reliable and cheap energy.
- The use of hydrocarbons has brought billions out of poverty, and will continue to increase the quality of life of those countries who are able to produce energy.