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The Frackers



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'The Frackers' is the riveting, untold story of the tycoons behind the fracking controversy, from Gregory Zuckerman, the bestselling author of The Greatest Trade Ever.'Remarkable ... A great read, whether you are pro-fracking or against it' Matthew Bishop, The Economist'Smart, colourful, gripping' Financial Times'Excellent, highly readable' The TimesIn 2006 the US was running out of energy. From running a city to turning on a lightbulb, the entire country depended on dwindling energy sources tied up in international politics.Then came the Frackers.Ambitious and headstrong, these few pioneers - some without degrees or backgrounds in geology - risked their livelihoods in the stubborn search under the soil. What they found transformed the nation, and the world.They tapped massive energy deposits that had always been overlooked. They solved America's dependence on imported energy and reshuffled international power. They triggered seismic environmental controversy and unleashed furious opposition. They made and lost astonishing fortunes.With exclusive access, award-winning Wall Street Journal reporter Gregory Zuckerman chronicles their untold story for the first time. From the barren fields of North Dakota to pickup trucks in Texas and boardrooms on Wall Street, The Frackers follows the men who spearheaded one of the greatest energy revolutions in history, and explores just how dangerous fracking really is.






'The Frackers' is the riveting, untold story of the tycoons behind the fracking controversy, from Gregory Zuckerman, the bestselling author of The Greatest Trade Ever.'Remarkable ... A great read, whether you are pro-fracking or against it' Matthew Bishop, The Economist'Smart, colourful, gripping' Financial Times'Excellent, highly readable' The TimesIn 2006 the US was running out of energy. From running a city to turning on a lightbulb, the entire country depended on dwindling energy sources tied up in international politics.Then came the Frackers.Ambitious and headstrong, these few pioneers - some without degrees or backgrounds in geology - risked their livelihoods in the stubborn search under the soil. What they found transformed the nation, and the world.They tapped massive energy deposits that had always been overlooked. They solved America's dependence on imported energy and reshuffled international power. They triggered seismic environmental controversy and unleashed furious opposition. They made and lost astonishing fortunes.With exclusive access, award-winning Wall Street Journal reporter Gregory Zuckerman chronicles their untold story for the first time. From the barren fields of North Dakota to pickup trucks in Texas and boardrooms on Wall Street, The Frackers follows the men who spearheaded one of the greatest energy revolutions in history, and explores just how dangerous fracking really is.


In 2010 when Penn State announced that the largest private gift in the Universitys history would help to build a new ice arena and establish an NCAA Division I mens. No one understands the frackerstheir ambitions personalities and foiblesbetter than Wall Street Journal reporter Gregory Zuckerman. It also sits on extensive deposits of shale gas that may be among the worlds largest. In terms of The Frackers an important concept throughout the book is that it wasnt purely technology but the combination of technology and rising prices that enabled the fracking boom if oil were ubiquitous and we could still just stick a straw in the ground and watch it come shooting out then fracking wouldnt be economic. Oil production was in steep decline and natural gas was hard to find.


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Things looked grim for American energy in 2006 but a handful of wildcatters were determined to tap massive deposits of oil and gas that giants like Exxon and Chevron had ignored. While the book The Frackers The Outrageous Inside Story Of The New Billionaire Wildcatters is not focused on the supply chain issues the book does have implications for global supply chain. They risked everything on a new process called fracking. The Frackers by Gregory Zuckerman bestselling author of The Greatest Trade Ever tells the untold story of the tycoons behind the US fracking controversy..   The Frackers The Outrageous Inside Story of the New Billionaire Wildcatters the second book by Wall Street Journal reporter Gregory Zuckerman tells the story of the development over the past several decades of the amazing technology by which oil and gas have been made to flow from previously unyielding stone in quantities tallied in the hundreds of billions of barrels and trillions of cubic feet. The Frackers. Making sense of Americas new energy resources. Booklist Things looked grim for American energy in 2006 but a handful of wildcatters were determined to tap massive deposits of oil and gas that giants like Exxon and Chevron. that the majors dismissed for years. Within a few years they solved Americas dependence on imported energy triggered a global environmental controversy and made and lost astonishing fortunes. The Frackers The Outrageous Inside Story of the New Billionaire Wildcatters Zuckerman Gregory James Lloyd on Amazon.com. The Frackers The Outrageous Inside Story of the New Billionaire Wildcatters Gregory Zuckerman of the Wall . Frackers 2020 IMDb Directed by Jeffrey Nicholson. Everyone that is . Opening with the cast of main players and written at a cracking pace it charts the developments of fracking that may be groundbreaking in more ways than one As the title suggests the book focuses. The Frackers tells the story of the angry opposition unleashed by this revolution and explores just how dangerous fracking really is.


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