Energy

Energy, Fracking

Oil, Oil, Everywhere, and Not a Drop to Drink

Oil, Oil, Everywhere, and Not a Drop to Drink

In Texas, just because you own the ground beneath your feet doesn't mean you own the oil beneath the ground.
by × October 19, 2012 × 3 comments

Energy, Fracking

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Knowing the Risks

Sage Magazine's Caitlin Feehan interviews environmental economist Sheila Olmstead to get the skinny on regulations, water quality, and the future of fracking.
by × September 28, 2012 × 1 comment

At Yale, Energy, Fracking

Into the Lion’s Den

Into the Lion’s Den

What's the former president of an oil company doing at an environmental school? Getting his point across, and maybe changing a few minds along the way.
by × September 27, 2012 × 0 comments

Energy, Fracking

TAKE OUR POLL: Attitudes Toward Fracking

TAKE OUR POLL: Attitudes Toward Fracking

In an effort to gauge interest and knowledge, Sage Magazine has created a brief poll about public attitudes toward hydraulic fracturing –– frackitudes, if you will.
by × September 26, 2012 × 6 comments

Energy, Fracking

Op-Ed: Uncertainty Looms Over Fracking Debate

Op-Ed: Uncertainty Looms Over Fracking Debate

While the recent panel discussion “Hydraulic Fracturing: Bridge to a Clean Energy Future?” fell far short of answering its title question, the conversation did reveal one essential truth about the state of this extraction method: uncertainties abound.
by × September 22, 2012 × 0 comments

At Yale, Energy, Fracking

Gas Puzzler

Gas Puzzler

What happens when an economist, a hydrologist, an activist, and a CEO sit down to talk about the country's most controversial form of energy extraction?
by × September 21, 2012 × 1 comment