Category Archives: flood

When Frack on Crack meets Herbicide Harry…..

I am so glad that Texas A&M AgriLife Extension is looking into educating the oil & gas industry in how to reduce herbicide use at pad sites. For example they need to know when the CORRECT application times/season are so … Continue reading

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2010 Padsite Highwater Rescue Ft Worth where did the toxic runoff go?

Back in 2010 I wondered if the blow out preventer kept the flood waters from communicating with the downhole…. later I found out that the BOP doesn’t get installed until the end…Here is a NBCDFW 2010 story that haunts me … Continue reading

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Rain Happens – Installed Drains Allowed at Toxic Arlington Urban Drilling Pad Sites

UPDATE Dec 5 2017: The triple threat to drinking water identified when Biocides, Chlorine, and Antibiotics FAIL  At our busiest intersection in Arlington, the corner of Collins and Division what connects our Entertainment District to to our Downtown area is … Continue reading

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