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Jim

Georgetown, KY

#1 Oct 4, 2012
Do you know what fracking is? Google it. If this is what's going on in Thealka on Boyd Branch and Rt 581, we are in BIG trouble!
misb5

Stanton, KY

#2 Oct 4, 2012
You bet you are evuently there will be gas in your water if you have a well. My inlaws well has had gas in it for some time it have watched it crawl through the wells from one to the next . I hope you have city water available .
Jim

Georgetown, KY

#3 Oct 4, 2012
What is being done about it??!! How can they, whoever they are, do this, where is the outcry??!!
I don't have a well, but it sounds like it can also pollute the air we breath, which could affect many people in the surrounding areas like Paintsville. This "fracking" is bad news! Who would I call to find out what's going on exactly? Any help would be appreciated.
misb5

Stanton, KY

#4 Oct 4, 2012
I have no ideal fracking is done by companies like universal for the gas companies . I don'tknow what to tell you but I can tell you you cant fight the gas companies .
frack you

East Point, KY

#5 Oct 4, 2012
Jim wrote:
What is being done about it??!! How can they, whoever they are, do this, where is the outcry??!!
I don't have a well, but it sounds like it can also pollute the air we breath, which could affect many people in the surrounding areas like Paintsville. This "fracking" is bad news! Who would I call to find out what's going on exactly? Any help would be appreciated.
heres a thought! how about you drive over there and ask them what their doing?oh thats right! you dont have the cahoonas.
Meter Man

Logan, WV

#6 Oct 4, 2012
Jim wrote:
Do you know what fracking is? Google it. If this is what's going on in Thealka on Boyd Branch and Rt 581, we are in BIG trouble!
It's not "fracking" it's called Fracturing. It is necessary for the production of gas resources. Without it, there would be no natural gas. Where do you think the gas in your house comes from? Or how it got there? This is nothing new. I don't know where you are getting your information but you need to find a better source. Eastern Kentucky has only two industries, coal and gas. I don't see how you could be so uninformed.
Meter Man

Logan, WV

#7 Oct 5, 2012
Jim wrote:
What is being done about it??!! How can they, whoever they are, do this, where is the outcry??!!
I don't have a well, but it sounds like it can also pollute the air we breath, which could affect many people in the surrounding areas like Paintsville. This "fracking" is bad news! Who would I call to find out what's going on exactly? Any help would be appreciated.
If you are concerned of the chemicals being used in the procedure, then you need to research Nitrogen Gas Facs. This is general completion procedure suited for the formations in this area. I feel sure this may ease you mind.
Frac Hand

Delbarton, WV

#8 Oct 5, 2012
78% of the Earth's atmosphere is Nitrogen. The nitrogen is not the problem. It is the chemicals used in Foam and/or Acid Fracturing that are of concern. They are "flowed back" into a lined pit, vacuumed and transported off, but we all know that they don't capture it all. I really don't worry about the quality of ground water being compromised.
Jim

Stanton, KY

#9 Oct 5, 2012
Meter Man wrote:
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It's not "fracking" it's called Fracturing. It is necessary for the production of gas resources. Without it, there would be no natural gas. Where do you think the gas in your house comes from? Or how it got there? This is nothing new. I don't know where you are getting your information but you need to find a better source. Eastern Kentucky has only two industries, coal and gas. I don't see how you could be so uninformed.
It is also called 'fracking' dip shot!
misb5

Stanton, KY

#10 Oct 5, 2012
Frac Hand wrote:
78% of the Earth's atmosphere is Nitrogen. The nitrogen is not the problem. It is the chemicals used in Foam and/or Acid Fracturing that are of concern. They are "flowed back" into a lined pit, vacuumed and transported off, but we all know that they don't capture it all. I really don't worry about the quality of ground water being compromised.
You might not worry about it but it is a fact of life I have seen well after well be contaminated with gas here with two gas well's close at hand .
Mutha frackin

Richmond, KY

#11 Oct 5, 2012
I fracked your mom.
Mutha frackin

Richmond, KY

#12 Oct 5, 2012
Meter Man wrote:
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It's not "fracking" it's called Fracturing. It is necessary for the production of gas resources. Without it, there would be no natural gas. Where do you think the gas in your house comes from? Or how it got there? This is nothing new. I don't know where you are getting your information but you need to find a better source. Eastern Kentucky has only two industries, coal and gas. I don't see how you could be so uninformed.
It was necessary for me to fracture yo'momma.
fractured

Logan, WV

#13 Oct 5, 2012
never seen any tap water burn after strip mining - write it down - the high pressure injection of chemicals into the ground will be worse than anything coal mining ever caused
Meter Man

Logan, WV

#15 Oct 6, 2012
Some of you people crack me up. Dowell has been doing this same work here since back in the 60's. WTF? Yes, gas is going to communicate into an open hole water well due to natural formations. The gas companies didn't put the gas there. Did drilling a whole in the ground make the water??
Meter Man

Logan, WV

#16 Oct 6, 2012
Jim wrote:
<quoted text>It is also called 'fracking' dip shot!
Well it may be, but you can bet your ass there's no "k" in it. It's just an oilfield short term. And when people spell it wrong, it just proves they have no clue what the hell is really going on because the full term of the word Frac (Fracturing) is self explanatory.
Mutha frackin

Clay City, KY

#17 Oct 6, 2012
Mutha frackin wrote:
The earth is our mother. Dont be a Mother.Fracker.
Frack is whack!!!
stupid frackers

East Point, KY

#18 Oct 6, 2012
SHUT THE FRACK UP
Frac Hand

Delbarton, WV

#19 Oct 6, 2012
misb5 wrote:
<quoted text>You might not worry about it but it is a fact of life I have seen well after well be contaminated with gas here with two gas well's close at hand .
I live in civilization where we don't have to dig for our water.
ashamed coal miner

Belfry, KY

#20 Oct 6, 2012
Frac Hand wrote:
<quoted text>I live in civilization where we don't have to dig for our water.
You are so lucky, your civilization gets thier water from a river that is fed by creeks that are fed by straight pipes and mtr runoff.
Frac Hand

Delbarton, WV

#21 Oct 6, 2012
ashamed coal miner wrote:
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You are so lucky, your civilization gets thier water from a river that is fed by creeks that are fed by straight pipes and mtr runoff.
...where it is then processed through a modern purification facility to render it potable for human consumption to benefit public health.

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