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Sunday, April 27, 2014

Compressor station

I snapped these pics in Lairdsville, PA, while on my way back from a seminar in Williamsport. Well, actually, just a few miles north at Cogan's Station.

I'm assuming this facility has something to do with fracking.

Remember, the chemical cocktail being pumped into the ground is proprietary information and available only on a need-to-know basis. And since you're just some average Joe not capable of bribing the elected and the appointed, you don't need to know.



Remember, while your natural gas bills climb higher and higher and still higher, we need to fracture all three layers of shale so as to increase America's exports.

Yea!

God bless Amerika.

Later


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