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Indicted Ex-Chesapeake Energy CEO Aubrey McClendon Dies in Car Crash: Should we keep extracting oil shale?

  • Yes, we should keep extracting oil shale.

    Yes, we should keep extracting oil shale. It is very important for the United States to be independent of other countries. We should rely on ourselves to power our country. This will open up capital to better industry and education in the United States. Yes, it is bad for the environment, but right now there aren't enough alternatives.

  • We should keep extracting oil shale

    Of course we should keep extracting oil shale. What does ex-Chesapeake Energy CEO Aubrey McClendon dying in a car crash have any effect on that? Oil extraction from shale is a much needed resource to make our country energy independent. And, while oil costs are low at the moment, historically speaking, it is only a matter of time before middle east unrest disturbs the flow of oil.

  • It needs to stop

    Aubrey McClendon killed himself for a reason. He knows that he made billions doing the wrong thing and had finally been caught. These companies are destroying the country with their greed and no one seems to be able stop them until a lot of damage has been done. We are having earthquake episodes in parts of the country due to the fracking that they have done while others are coming down with cancer due to the carcinogens introduced into the water tables.. We need to stop while we are barely ahead.

  • Indicted Ex-Chesapeake Energy CEO Aubrey McClendon Dies in Car Crash: Should we keep extracting oil shale?

    Indicted Ex-Chesapeake Energy CEO Aubrey McClendon Dies in Car Crash: Should we keep extracting oil shale? The sudden death of Aubrey McClendon is definitely a loss because he was one of the pioneers of the energy industry and a risk taker, but his death should not stop the extraction of oil shale because it seems to be a promising industry.


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