Drilling Deeper: A Reality Check on U.S. Government Forecasts for the Fracking Boom

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By Alan Septoff

December 4, 2014


You're invited to a briefing exposing the lie of a long-term fracking boom. 

The briefing will include a presentation by David Hughes, the analyst who accurately predicted the 90% downgrade of California’s Monterey Shale.

Using the same data as Energy Department forecasters, he will debunk their overly optimistic forecasts for shale development -- the same forecasts local, state & national government use to guide economic/energy policy and planning.

Hughes also calls into question industry claims about U.S. energy independence and the viability of oil and natural gas exports.

Drilling Deeper finds that the so-called "shale revolution" is actually a short-term bubble -- and not worth its risks to the environment and to our communities.

Tuesday, December 9th at
8pm eastern, 5pm pacific

To attend, register HERE.

Read the report (including exec summary & key findings).


Time at the end of the briefing will be given for Q&A from participants. If you have any questions about the report or the upcoming briefing, please email us. We hope you'll be joining us next Tuesday!

Stop the Frack Attack Network

Americans Against Fracking

Post Carbon Institute, Earthworks, Sierra Club, Food & Water Watch, Clean Water Action,, Delaware RiverKeeper, Energy Policy Forum, Catskill Citizens for Clean Energy
and Environmental Working Group.

Tagged with: shale bubble, fracking, economics

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