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Halliburton Tries to Greenwash Fracking November 17, 2010

Posted by Jamie Friedland in Natural Gas.
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Some things just can’t be spun, but that doesn’t mean Halliburton won’t try. After being subpoenaed by U.S. EPA for refusing to reveal its drilling chemicals, the company announced it had developed a “green” fracking fluid sourced entirely from the food industry and promised to reveal the generic formula. That’s a start towards public disclosure, but far from good enough.

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1. jaykimball - November 19, 2010

One common component among the hundreds of generally toxic ingredients in fracking fluid is Guar – used to thicken ice cream and such. Perhaps they will try to stretch that in to a “green” theme.

For more on fracking and some stunning video of the toxic side-effects of fracking, see:

http://8020vision.com/2010/07/06/shale-gas-exploration-the-coming-storm/

Jay Kimball
8020 Vision


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