Because the Barnett Shale supports our communities, Texas, and America. CLEAN Resources is a group of concerned Texans who represent the more than 100,000 jobs in the Barnett Shale. We got together because we're tired of a handful of people coming in to our cities and towns and distorting the facts about shale gas development, and we think it's about time somebody started telling the truth about all the good it does for our communities, our state, and our country. So here's the truth: Natural gas is clean burning - reduced greenhouse gases, less pollutants, and less emissions. That's just a fact. Natural gas from the Barnett shale has a huge impact on the economy of our region and our state. We're talking jobs, small businesses, banks, taxes, wages, all of that. The anti-Barnett crowd either doesn't see that or doesn't care, but this is our life and the good of our families we're talking about. The Barnett Shale makes us more secure because the more natural gas we get from there, the less oil we've got to import. Drilling in the Barnett Shale is safe and protects the environment. It's funny that you got these people running around talking about air and water pollution, when the truth is, there's not a shred of evidence to support any of that. Our mission is simple: We want to tell the other side of the story, and we're going to do that, and we're going to do it every day. So keep coming back, and we'll keep giving you the facts that nobody else is talking about.
The Consumer Energy Alliance posted a list of the top “science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) jobs in the energy field” for students to consider.
CEA thinks that “these opportunities are so good” that young students “may be motivated to double down on their studies. They may decide to make this year the beginning of a great career, a career in the energy field where the need never goes away, the pay is good and the work is always cutting edge.”Read More
Economist Dr. Mark Perry highlighted some astounding information in a recent post on the American Enterprise Institute Carpe Diem blog this week.
According to Dr. Perry, "Texas civilian employment has increased by 12% and by more than 1.32 million jobs” since the beginning of the recession in 2007.” This stands in stark contrast to the stagnation seen elsewhere in the United States as "civilian employment in the other 49 states without Texas is still 0.73% and almost one million jobs below the December 2007 level."Read More
A number of veterans and other members of the community gathered last night at the American Legion Senior Center in Denton to learn more about Barnett Shale natural gas and ask questions of industry experts.
Attendees were eager to learn more about the technical aspects of shale energy production and the impact that the shale energy revolution is having on our nation’s energy security.Read More