Elizabeth Burleson on Hydraulic Fracturing, Natural Gas

Professor Elizabeth Burleson has been incredibly kind to my family and myself over the past few years. There are very few people who have influenced my life more. As such I was delighted to see her interview on Bloomberg TV on the subject of natural gas ‘fracking

The video runs 16 minutes, and shows her discussin the interview with Spencer Mazyck. What’s interesting is that both Elizabeth and Spencer have legal background, and as such this is different from the technical or strategic focus of most of those who are interested in natural gas hydraulic fracturing.

2 thoughts on “Elizabeth Burleson on Hydraulic Fracturing, Natural Gas”

  1. I am a believer we must obtain new sources of fuels – new and old. However, after watching this video and while still maintaining the attitude that we must drill more, etc. – my final conclusions was that anyone involved in this should, of course, disclose what chemicals are being used.

  2. I had a fascinating conversation the other day with a Canadian, who was talking about his own country’s drilling policy, and said “But the U.S. is really smart — their national reserve is huge, and it’s underground. It would take a couple years to get to, but that means it can’t be exploited for a short-term political fix…” Food for that…

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