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Children’s Safety Is Top Concern

August 11, 2013

Trans Energy is reportedly planning a natural gas well approximately half a mile from Cameron High School, though school officials are receiving little information from the company....

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Aug-11-13 9:34 AM

From a New York State Energy Research and Development Authority funded study, it takes about 1200 heavy truck trips to completely construct, drill, frack, and remove all flowback and equipment from one Marcellus well, over a period of about 6 weeks. Do the math and that averages out to less than 30 trucks per day. "dozens of trucks per hour"? I don’t know where these antifrackers come up with their numbers. Oh, yeah, I do. LOL

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Aug-11-13 8:48 AM

"Marshall County Schools Superintendent Michael Hince wisely took the middle ground"

With little information from the company, Hince's first public statements were - "I am concerned about the exit strategy. We need to see some sort of an evacuation plan." "What if there is some sort of an explosion? Does that mean we have to stop air flow into our building?"

Clearly the "middle ground." smh

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Aug-11-13 8:15 AM

how about dozens of trucks per hour instead of days?i don't know where these people come up with their numbers.

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