I found the book to be well written, well footnoted and an easy read.
Even though Faulkner makes a case that Gasland is sensationalist and inaccurate, it seems to me this book and Gasland is the perfect pairing.
Author Chris Faulkner feels that this process is vital to America’s future energy resources primary oil and natural gas.
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 3 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 3 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 4 months ago by Connie G Scammell
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 4 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 4 months ago by fredtownward
Concise presentation of facts and opinions about the revolutionary technology of fracking.Published 5 months ago by W. McConnell
Great to have a book that brings information about fracking / drilling. The better educated the public is on the process the easier it is to secure our states and nation. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Tricia Davis