A fracking well in Parker County was the source of the infamous “flaming hose” scene in Josh Fox's “Gasland Part II,” which has already been debunked. The photos below are from a water well just a half-mile away from the well that produced the "Gasland" hoax.
Despite anti-fracking activists’ claims that the water only began flaming after Range began drilling, the evidence shows that naturally occurring methane in the region’s water supply was the real culprit. Another photo, of a well drilled in 2003, shows a water well in the same region with two “danger” signs warning of flammable gas.
Of course, a video of a man with a hose attached to a gas line is far more powerful than any scientific evidence — or the blessings of Obama administration officials.
Add to that support the recent discrediting of anti-fracking activists' favorite study, and the entire anti-fracking movement appears to be going out with the wastewater.
Photos in this post were first published by EnergyInDepth.org and are used here by permission.