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Fracking What Makes it Tick? -Demystifying the Why’s, Technology and Science behind Unconventional Oil and Shale Gas Extraction

August 23, 2014

witch brewContrary to some media reports, hydraulic fracturing is not a “drilling process.” Also, many wrongly view hydraulic fracturing as the midnight shadow of witches dancing around the fiery cauldron brewing a magical potion of eye of newt, toe of frog, wool of bat, and tongue of dog, with adder’s fangs, blind women’s string, lizard’s leg and owlet’s wing to be forced into the bowels of earth to cause death and destruction throughout the world.

In actuality, hydraulic fracturing is a highly technical method to create or restore small fractures in an underground rock formation by a scientifically derived mixture of fluids and materials in order to stimulate production of oil and gas from new and existing unconventional rock formations. Hydraulic creates paths that increase the rate at which fluids can be produced from the reservoir, in some cases by many hundreds of percent.

To fill in this in this information gap, I will be conducting a live Webinar on the advanced technologies used to recovery oil and gas from unconventional rock formations. The conference is designed to improve our understanding of hydraulic-fracturing and fracture mechanics that established a foundation for rational discussion of fracturing risks.

Please join me on Tuesday, September 23, 10, 2014 at 1:00 EDT, for my live webinar on “Fracking What Makes it Tick: Demystifying the Why’s, Technology and Science behind Unconventional Oil and Shale Gas Extraction.”

The webinar focuses on the advanced technologies used to recovery oil and gas from unconventional rock formations. Use code BSTEVENS20 to receive $20 off the registration price. To learn more, please visit: http://www.audiosolutionz.com/energy-environment/unconventional-oil-and-gas-recovery.html

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