For those of us who value energy independence, the California Council on Science and Technology’s (CCST) recent study on hydraulic fracturing provides validation that we are doing things right in California.
Tom Elias’s recent column on California gasoline markets repeats a number of preposterous and unsubstantiated allegations and misses the mark entirely in providing his readers any insights into the recent volatility of gas prices in California.
WSPA President Catherine Reheis-Boyd issued the following statement following denial of a request by the Center for Biological Diversity and the Sierra Club to immediately shut down thousands of injection wells in California
Bakersfield Californian columnist Lois Henry published a July 11 article fact checking a May 3 Los Angeles Times article about the Cawelo Water District’s program using recycled and treated oil field produced water for irrigation of crops. The following is an excerpt from the piece:
Today’s release of the California Council on Science & Technology study of hydraulic fracturing is another important step in the implementation of the state’s comprehensive hydraulic fracturing regulations.