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Though Texas born and bred, Chris Faulkner was not a child of the oil and gas business. He was certainly not the most likely candidate to become the oil and gas industry’s most vocal champion. Faulkner entered the oil and gas business by way of a 3D seismic imaging software program he designed. Since founding Breitling Energy Corporation in 2004, Faulkner has devoted himself to developing greener methods in his own company and advocating for a more environmentally friendly and transparent approach throughout the industry. A pragmatist and an optimist, Faulkner addresses oil and gas issues with a signature style, both frank and analytical, that has made him a trusted resource among the media and policymakers both at home and abroad. His work in the industry has brought him recognition in the form of industry awards―including AERG’s 2013 Oil Executive of the Year―as well as a media moniker he embraces: "Frack Master."
Many useful insights to the industry but light on criticisms of fraking - especially earthquakes in drilling areas.Published 6 months ago by Paul Gebolys
While loosely accurate, i.e. he describes himself as not from an olfield background, Chris Faulknetr makes three fundamental errors in his book:
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Chris Faulkner has done a masterful job describing developmental history, economic, environmental, and global strategic significance of a front page world changing reality.Published 10 months ago by Tom Graham
Hardly the whole truth about fracking. The author expresses doubts both about global warming and also the ecological damage that has been caused by fracking. Read morePublished 10 months ago by I.O.Pine
This book gets better as the pages go by. Chris Faulkner, who is the founder and CEO of Breitling Oil and Gas out of Dallas, Texas explains in rather simple terms how fracking... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Connie
First of all, my one star rating doesn't mean I "hate" this book (the Amazon label), it just means that I think its content is very flawed. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Alpha Factor 3
This is a marvelous little book that explains clearly, briefly, and in understandable language how the United States went from steadily increasing energy imports to the soon to... Read morePublished 11 months ago by FredTownWard
Concise presentation of facts and opinions about the revolutionary technology of fracking.Published 11 months ago by W. McConnell