This is in the same town I live in where drilling for Marcellus Shale
is quite the hot topic. I quite sure this video may put a wrinkle in
things, if they are at fault...
this has happened in ohara twp locally, and my moms 2nd husband had
natural gas normally in their well water, although not that much.
I beleve there are ways to remove and vent the gas, some in ohara were
a water well repair crew set off a explosion one day.
sometimes natural gas is close to the surface normally
If I was going to light my tap water on fire and broadcast it for all
the world to see, I would have done my dishes first or at least taken
them out of the sink.
This film crew obviously has no clue about production values.
I would have to figure out a way to store and use the natural gas. I
wonder how much of the gas bubbles up past the pump? I'd like to see
the well cap off and remotely light it there.
Yes, the rag-heads were pitching a tantrum, they took their oil
and went home. This went on during 73-74 if I remember right
and after almost four decades we don't have oil independence?
There are a number of reasons why (I can't name them all) but
some of them have to do with interference by tree huggers and
a lot of onerous regulations by government plus prohibitions
against drilling for oil in a lot of places. We have the oil
in our own territory but can't get to it. Asinine government
policies and actions by complete morons continue to this day.
Your chosen deity only knows why.
During the odd even days I was driving a huge plymouth Fury III, I think
it was a 1969, and 8 mpg. Anyway, I'd pull up to the pump with the
front end facing the store window. I'd go inside and tell them I wanted
5 or 10 gallons and that it was for the lawn mower and I had gas cans in
the trunk. OK, no problem! I'd pay then go out, open the trunk,.......
then fold down the spring loaded license plate and there was the fuel
fill cap. I'd pump the gas into the car, (since I had no gas cans)
close the trunk and leave.
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