Energy In Depth spokesman Chris Tucker sets the record straight against "GasLand" filmmaker Josh Fox





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Published on Sep 14, 2010

Energy in Depth's Chris Tucker debunks the movie "GasLand"-- in which filmmaker Josh Fox smears the responsible and proven energy exploration method of hydraulic fracturing. Tucker sets the record straight against Josh Fox in a discussion on cable news.

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This is ridiculous. Mr Tucker's defense is simply - "Nuh uh." If these people have flammable drinking water that's not cause by fracking... then what the fuck is causing it, sir? It's happening where fracking run rampant. These suits make me hate people. You can see Josh's smirk like "Yeah, I bet asshole." Guy is awesome. 
Gas Drilling Awareness Coalition
@JKBalles I was refering to Chris Tucker being the nervous spokesman.
Gas Drilling Awareness Coalition
Chris Tucker is a liar and has committed identity theft.
Gas Drilling Awareness Coalition
You need a new spokesman. You can see he knows he's not telling the truth.
Josh Fox
For more on Energy-In-Depth's industry funded smear campaign against the film GASLAND please go to wwwDOTgaslandthemovieDOTcom and click on "The Truth Behind Gasland"
@TheEpicSandbox - they've not been drilling in that particular area for 50+ years. My point was if you refer to Chris Tucker's other comments, there is shallow methane both in Colorado and in Pennsylvania. We see it all the time in NE PA, everything from gas coming through the shale at surface level to peat bottom lake churning over and releasing methane bubbles.
Fire from the faucet? Josh "forgot" to mention people in that same Colorado town have been lighting their faucets for 50 years. LONG before gas drilling.
Josh Fox is a fraud, the only truth about his documentary is that he is making bank. Unbelievable how people just buy into this crap without doing any research.
Lou F
ok so if the gas companies know that there are shallow gas pockets are all around PA... 1. can't the initial drilling cause disruption to the shallow gas pockets and provoke the methane to migrate into water wells? and 2. why are we drilling 2 miles underground if there's already gas within the first thousand feet from the surface?
The oil company constructed a well poorly in PA. It has NOTHING to do with fracking. The people were well compenstated, their water has been fine for awhile. Josh Fox is such a liar.
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