Big Oil has deployed the “Tobacco Playbook” once again, this time in response to the release of Gasland 2.
|By: Steve Horn Monday June 3, 2013 3:52 pm|
|By: David Dayen Wednesday May 16, 2012 8:15 am|
Yesterday, Josh Fox, the Oscar-nominated director behind the anti-fracking movie Gasland, witnessed fracking going on adjacent to an oil field in Baldwin Hills, close to a residential neighborhood as well as a public park, and directly on a known fault line. This is a fairly new phenomenon, where oil and gas companies use the oil lands they’ve already leased for fracking.
|By: David Dayen Wednesday February 1, 2012 2:00 pm|
Meet your government, ladies and gentlemen. Josh Fox, the Academy Award-nominated director of the fracking documentary Gasland, was arrested today on Capitol Hill for attempting to film a public hearing. The GOP Committee did not want Fox filming their latest witch hunt.
|By: wendydavis Wednesday April 27, 2011 4:25 pm|
New White House economic advisor Gene Sperling said, “The natural gas industry should support ‘common sense’ regulation to ease public worries about potential water contamination from hydraulic fracturing, a drilling practice vital to the U.S. shale gas boom.”
|By: Billy Glad Sunday February 6, 2011 6:24 pm|
Every race has a dark horse, running at long odds. In this year’s race for the Academy Award for Best Documentary Film, the dark horse is GasLand (2010), a film by Josh Fox that takes on almost everyone in the Oil and Gas Industry, including George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and Halliburton over the use of “fracking” — hydraulic fracturing — to extract natural gas from vast deposits all over the United States.
|By: TobyWollin Wednesday June 30, 2010 4:15 pm|
Okay boys and girls, it’s time for a little more “energy-based geology” courtesy of your Aunt Toby. You didn’t know that I know anything about geology, did you? Well, I had better since I live smack dab in an area which given the amount of natural gas formation there is, has the potential to make the BP oil volcano pollution look like small change.