Fracking

hydraulic fracking, horizontal drilling

Rowan Earth Day activities create pipeline awareness

To commemorate Earth Day, the Rowan County KFTC Chapter created new opportunities to raise awareness of the Utica Marcellus Texas Pipeline Project, a.k.a. Kinder Morgan’s proposal to re-purpose the Tennessee Gas Pipeline to carry hazardous natural gas liquids (NGLs).

On Friday, April 22, chapter members set up a table outside of the Fuzzy Duck, a local coffee shop and bookstore in downtown Morehead, and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. provided patrons and passers-by with information about the dangers of NGLs and the perils of repurposing a seventy year-old pipeline.

Those who stopped to talk were given helpful handouts and recent news articles on the re-purposing project as well as copies of Balancing the Scales and promotional materials for KFTC.

As luck would have it, one of the U.S. Senate candidates was stopping by the same business while on the campaign trail that Friday, so the chapter was able to speak to the local press covering the candidate’s visit.

Kentuckians overwhelmingly want a ban on hydraulic fracking

Kentuckians who testified at three public hearings last summer or submitted written comments overwhelmingly want strict controls or an outright ban on high-volume hydraulic fracking.

Solar and wind power surge as mining and drilling falter

While the production of fossil fuels drops in the U.S., solar and wind power is skyrocketing as technology and cheaper financing drive down the costs.

KFTC's sign-on letter to ban high-volume hydraulic fracking in Kentucky

Watch this webinar to learn more about oil and 
gas drilling in Kentucky

KFTC members and many friends made it very clear at recent public hearings – in order to protect the people, land, air and water of Kentucky, we need to ban high-volume hydraulic fracking.

Folks spoke at hearings in Madisonville, Somerset and Hazard to let state officials know that they should not subject Kentuckians to same hardships and miseries that people and communities in other states have experienced when high-volume hydraulic fracking moves into their neighborhood.

Learn about how fracking will impact Kentucky

Want some help understanding the potential impacts of oil and gas development in Kentucky? Want to support a better path forward to a safe and sustainable energy future?

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