Time for Action… “Save Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, from Fracking”

Didn’t I say there were alien chambers/technologies exposed in Chaco Canyon? And now they want to go in and take control of that area? Par for the course. They must be prevented from destroying it all before we’ve had a chance to see it for ourselves and learn what it’s for.

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frack_not_4I have been to many beautiful regions of New Mexico. I have felt my Life blood flowing there. My Ancestors are there.

For BLM to “frack” in Chaco Canyon and throughout these sacred lands is absolutely unconscionable. In my mind, it MUST be confronted and stopped.

This Credo petition gives us an opportunity to stop this.

Remember, this is BLM, “Bureau of Land Management”… “Bundy Ranch” BLM… “Land-grabbing part of corporation USA” BLM*. Sometimes I sense a better name would be “Bureau of Land MIS-management”.

Watch the video. Check the Credo petition. Sign if you feel so guided.


http://vimeo.com/95308696

https://www.credomobilize.com/petitions/don-t-let-new-mexico-s-historic-landmark-turn-into-an-industrial-wasteland-1?akid=10775.2882777.sAC-kh&rd=1&suppress_one_click=true&t=3

* I’m aware there are likely many people within the “BLM” that truly wish to assist in protecting the environments of the US. However, I’m referring to the “Corporation BLM” which basically says, “Screw You… this is OURS to do with as WE please.”

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    Reply, Reply All or Forward | More Click to reply all Send              Submitted by Chris Martenson via Peak Prosperity, The US shale oil “miracle” has about as much believability left as Jimmy Swaggart. Just today, we learned that the EIA has placed a hefty downward revision on its estimate of the amount of recoverable oil in the #1 shale reserve in the US, the Monterey in California. As recently as yesterday, the much-publicized Monterey formation accounted for nearly two-thirds of all technically-recoverable US shale oil resources. But by this morning? The EIA now estimates these reserves to be 96% lower than it previously claimed. Yes, you read that rlght: 96% lower. As in only 4% of the original estimate is now thought to be technically-recoverable at today’s prices: EIA Cuts Monterey Shale Estimates on Extraction Challenges >May 21, 2014 >  >The Energy Information Administration slashed its estimate of recoverable reserves from California’s Monterey Shale by 96 percent, saying oil from the largest U.S. formation will be harder to extract than previously anticipated. >  >“Not all reserves are created equal,” EIA Administrator Adam Sieminski told reporters at the Financial Times and Energy Intelligence Oil & Gas Summit in New York today. “It just turned out it’s harder to frack that reserve and get it out of the ground.” >  >The Monterey Shale is now estimated to hold 600 million barrels of recoverable oil, down from a 2012 projection of 13.7 billion barrels, John Staub, a liquid fuels analyst for the EIA, said in a phone interview. A 2013 study by the University of Southern California’s Global Energy Network, funded in part by industry group Western States Petroleum Association, found that developing the state’s oil resources may add as many as 2.8 million jobs and as much as $24.6 billion in tax revenues. >(Source) From 13.7 billion barrels down to 600 million.  Using a little math, that means the hoped for 2.8 million jobs become 112k and the $24.6 billion in tax revenues shrink to $984 million. The reasons why are no surprise to my readers, as over the years we’ve covered the reasons why the Monterey was likely to be a bust compared to other formations. Those reasons… The US Shale Oil Miracle Disappears | Zero Hedge

    The US Shale Oil Miracle Disappears | Zero Hedge The US shale oil “miracle” has about as much believability left as Jimmy Swaggart. Just today, we learned that the EIA has placed a hefty downward… View on www.zerohedge.com Preview by Yahoo

    Reply, Reply All or Forward | More Click to reply all Send                Did you hear of this? Submitted by Chris Martenson via Peak Prosperity, The US shale oil “miracle” has about as much believability left as Jimmy Swaggart. Just today, we learned that the EIA has placed a hefty downward revision on its estimate of the amount of recoverable oil in the #1 shale reserve in the US, the Monterey in California. As recently as yesterday, the much-publicized Monterey formation accounted for nearly two-thirds of all technically-recoverable US shale oil resources. But by this morning? The EIA now estimates these reserves to be 96% lower than it previously claimed. Yes, you read that rlght: 96% lower. As in only 4% of the original estimate is now thought to be technically-recoverable at today’s prices: EIA Cuts Monterey Shale Estimates on Extraction Challenges >May 21, 2014 >  >The Energy Information Administration slashed its estimate of recoverable reserves from California’s Monterey Shale by 96 percent, saying oil from the largest U.S. formation will be harder to extract than previously anticipated. >  >“Not all reserves are created equal,” EIA Administrator Adam Sieminski told reporters at the Financial Times and Energy Intelligence Oil & Gas Summit in New York today. “It just turned out it’s harder to frack that reserve and get it out of the ground.” >  >The Monterey Shale is now estimated to hold 600 million barrels of recoverable oil, down from a 2012 projection of 13.7 billion barrels, John Staub, a liquid fuels analyst for the EIA, said in a phone interview. A 2013 study by the University of Southern California’s Global Energy Network, funded in part by industry group Western States Petroleum Association, found that developing the state’s oil resources may add as many as 2.8 million jobs and as much as $24.6 billion in tax revenues. >(Source) From 13.7 billion barrels down to 600 million.  Using a little math, that means the hoped for 2.8 million jobs become 112k and the $24.6 billion in tax revenues shrink to $984 million. The reasons why are no surprise to my readers, as over the years we’ve covered the reasons why the Monterey was likely to be a bust compared to other formations. Those reasons… The US Shale Oil Miracle Disappears | Zero Hedge

    The US Shale Oil Miracle Disappears | Zero Hedge The US shale oil “miracle” has about as much believability left as Jimmy Swaggart. Just today, we learned that the EIA has placed a hefty downward… View on www.zerohedge.com Preview by Yahoo

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