So hydralic fracturing of the earth's crust (to about two miles down) releases natural gas that hasn't been extracted otherwise...
Yet their is a propane shortage...to me, the prophane shortage cover story is only MILDLY plausible and yes, propane is a by product of petroleum not natural gas but is it all a racket. I.e. Gasoline is cheaper in some places in the central U.S. than near the place of refinement. Yes I am factoring in different taxes but the how does one account for the further transporation cost...that SHOULD BE THE DECIDING factor in how much MORE gas is going to cost...BUT it is NOT.
Fracking - Sink holes. contaminated surface and ground water, earthquakes...and I am sure their are other benefits.
So won't the waterwell just drain, dry up, into all of the abandoned fracking wells?? Water contamination is just the start, until their is none accessible. Pulled are not, they are fracking fracturing the earth, in thousand so millions of places.