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Old July 20th 18, 03:35 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
Alan Browne[_2_]
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Default [OT] Aussie "government" info-mercial

On 2018-07-16 04:18, Eric Stevens wrote:
On Sun, 15 Jul 2018 09:14:33 -0400, Alan Browne
wrote:

On 2018-07-15 06:15, RichA wrote:
On Saturday, 14 July 2018 09:40:47 UTC-4, Alan Browne wrote:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuQZ...ature=youtu.be

--
"2/3 of Donald Trump's wives were immigrants. Proof that we
need immigrants to do jobs that most Americans wouldn't do."
- unknown protester

I wish all those f----- hypocrites decrying energy exploration and exploitation tried to LIVE without it for a month. Just like the creep politicians in New York who don't want fracking but see NOTHING wrong with using the products of fracking from other states. Scumbags.



Whoosh. The intent of the companies there is to frack for _export_ to
make profit that does not, at all, benefit the Australian people - the
nominal owners of the resource. (Taxes on this are paltry).

Meanwhile in the east, the cost of gas is very high because exports (for
high profit) mean there is little for domestic use.

The jobs that come with these ventures are not all that great
considering where the real money goes...

Not to mention of course that in water critical Australia fracking is
water intensive and known to pollute aquifers.


Only if the aquifers are at the same depth as the target oil and gas
beds.


No. The problem is aquifers (that are used) are generally way above the
fracking level and so leaking pipes going through the aquifer layer
pollute it. Further, former oil drilling channels (long since capped
off) usually fracture at some point (corrosion, seismic activity, etc)
and provide another "channel" for the fracking pollutants (oil, gas,
chemicals) to get into the aquifer layers.

--
"2/3 of Donald Trump's wives were immigrants. Proof that we
need immigrants to do jobs that most Americans wouldn't do."
- unknown protester
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Old July 20th 18, 03:38 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
Alan Browne[_2_]
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Default [OT] Aussie "government" info-mercial

On 2018-07-17 03:53, RichA wrote:
On Sunday, 15 July 2018 09:14:41 UTC-4, Alan Browne wrote:
On 2018-07-15 06:15, RichA wrote:
On Saturday, 14 July 2018 09:40:47 UTC-4, Alan Browne wrote:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuQZ...ature=youtu.be

--
"2/3 of Donald Trump's wives were immigrants. Proof that we
need immigrants to do jobs that most Americans wouldn't do."
- unknown protester

I wish all those f----- hypocrites decrying energy exploration and exploitation tried to LIVE without it for a month. Just like the creep politicians in New York who don't want fracking but see NOTHING wrong with using the products of fracking from other states. Scumbags.



Whoosh. The intent of the companies there is to frack for _export_ to
make profit that does not, at all, benefit the Australian people - the
nominal owners of the resource. (Taxes on this are paltry).

Meanwhile in the east, the cost of gas is very high because exports (for
high profit) mean there is little for domestic use.

The jobs that come with these ventures are not all that great
considering where the real money goes...

Not to mention of course that in water critical Australia fracking is
water intensive and known to pollute aquifers.

Classic that you don't get informed before posting.

--
"2/3 of Donald Trump's wives were immigrants. Proof that we
need immigrants to do jobs that most Americans wouldn't do."
- unknown protester


No exports are bad, all that money...


Concentrated into the hands of the few, at low tax rates (often
subsidized) while the government high ups end up in consultancies later
on... Cash rape for the few, no benefits to the larger economy other
than a few jobs that eventually dry up and go away.

--
"2/3 of Donald Trump's wives were immigrants. Proof that we
need immigrants to do jobs that most Americans wouldn't do."
- unknown protester
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Old July 21st 18, 12:21 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
Eric Stevens
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Default [OT] Aussie "government" info-mercial

On Fri, 20 Jul 2018 10:35:14 -0400, Alan Browne
wrote:

On 2018-07-16 04:18, Eric Stevens wrote:
On Sun, 15 Jul 2018 09:14:33 -0400, Alan Browne
wrote:

On 2018-07-15 06:15, RichA wrote:
On Saturday, 14 July 2018 09:40:47 UTC-4, Alan Browne wrote:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuQZ...ature=youtu.be

--
"2/3 of Donald Trump's wives were immigrants. Proof that we
need immigrants to do jobs that most Americans wouldn't do."
- unknown protester

I wish all those f----- hypocrites decrying energy exploration and exploitation tried to LIVE without it for a month. Just like the creep politicians in New York who don't want fracking but see NOTHING wrong with using the products of fracking from other states. Scumbags.


Whoosh. The intent of the companies there is to frack for _export_ to
make profit that does not, at all, benefit the Australian people - the
nominal owners of the resource. (Taxes on this are paltry).

Meanwhile in the east, the cost of gas is very high because exports (for
high profit) mean there is little for domestic use.

The jobs that come with these ventures are not all that great
considering where the real money goes...

Not to mention of course that in water critical Australia fracking is
water intensive and known to pollute aquifers.


Only if the aquifers are at the same depth as the target oil and gas
beds.


No. The problem is aquifers (that are used) are generally way above the
fracking level and so leaking pipes going through the aquifer layer
pollute it. Further, former oil drilling channels (long since capped
off) usually fracture at some point (corrosion, seismic activity, etc)
and provide another "channel" for the fracking pollutants (oil, gas,
chemicals) to get into the aquifer layers.


In that case the problem is not due to fracking but simple defective
practices with the well casing.
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Regards,

Eric Stevens
 




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