Eagle Ford Minute Nov 21, 2014
by Randy Watson, firstname.lastname@example.org
San Antonio ozone pollution remains in compliance with federal air quality standards
Eagle Ford Shale air quality is monitored from a single monitoring station in Floresville. The TCEQ chose Floresville as the location for the first monitor because of it’s proximity to San Antonio. A second monitoring station will be installed at the Karnes County Courthouse within 2 months. The Dallas area Barnett Shale has 15 monitors. There is some question as to whether or not this air pollution from the Eagle Ford will tip the scales for ozone pollution in San Antonio.
San Antonio ozone pollution remains in compliance with federal air quality standards, but every year the city inches closer and closer to “non-attainment.”
If the San Antonio region is declared to be in “non-attainment,” consumers could face mandatory emissions-testing on their automobiles, higher gasoline prices, restrictions on businesses that release pollutants in the air and a potential cut in federal highway funding. Read More Here, Here and Here
Oil at $75 Means Patches of Texas Shale Turn Unprofitable
With crude at $75 a barrel, the price Goldman Sachs Group Inc. says will be the average in the first three months of next year, 19 U.S. shale regions are no longer profitable, according to data compiled by Bloomberg New Energy Finance. Read More
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This has been Randy Watson of the No Bull Radio Network Reporting the Eagle Ford Minute.