Ralph Klein has gone and it is time to retire Ralph's World. Thanks to all of you who have supported this venture by contributing material and through your comments. It has been fun.

Should we get another blog underway? Let me know your thoughts by e-mailing me at johnnyslow@gmail.com.

John Slow
January 1, 2007

Friday, July 30, 2004

The dark side of coal bed methane being covered up! 

From: John Clark cyberclark@shaw.ca
To: yourview@canoe.ca
Sent: Tuesday, November 11, 2003 10:37 PM

The response was from Taylor who said oil companies are beautiful. Environment has confirmed every thing else in writing.

One point not covered was a CBC special report on the tapping of methane gas. They showed trashed landscape in Montana and beautiful flower sprinkled tinfoil land scape in Alberta. 'Won't happen here says the narrator.

The provincial hydrolgist tells me she has seen the site personally and, there is no brine produced there! I can't imagin the CBC being that sloppy in research. I have to believe it was a paid performance, paid by the Alberta Government!

And as far as rules go, no oil company is going to drill a 1 km hole to drop down the 1000 liters of brine that would be produced! (as the law would require)

It seems there is no one who will face up to these guys. The media more than ignores; it protects the Alberta Government. Consider: the water aquifer (our drinking water) may be punched a dozen times or more to allow for one well producing coalbed methane!
John Clark

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