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We’ve spent time in the past (and I will produce tons of research for you in the near future) on the risks present from fracking and what the government and researchers know. But for now, let’s look at what well sites look like when the fracking is done but that are producing gas.

Here is a well in the Marcellus Shale (I’ll be visiting in May):

Here is another (from Montrose, PA):


7 Responses to “1,000 Words on Completed and Operating Shale Gas Wellheads”

  1. Trapper_John says:

    Clearly a fabrication. If those were REAL fracking wellheads, the fields would be on fire. Duh.

  2. Scott says:


  3. Harry says:

    I am wondering how they measure the gas coming out of those wells. The red building in the background looks like a meter house.Bet it transmits the data.

    Looking forward to WC’s field trip report. Assuming he is not poisoned or incinerated.

  4. jb says:

    Hard to tell how big these are, how do I know these weren’t photoshopped! Shoot for all I know could be as big as one of them standard 400 foot wind tall turbines.

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