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Regulating the Natural Gas Industry in Pennsylvania
 
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DEP staff share their personal experiences conducting the important work of DEP's Oil and Gas Program across Pennsylvania.
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Former forester, Butch Davey, discusses the effect of natural gas drilling on PA state forests
 
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Butch Davey talks about the threats natural gas drilling poses to Pennsylvania's state forests. For more information, please visit www.PennEnvironment.org
Views: 1071 PennEnvironment
Light Your Water On Fire from Gas Drilling, Fracking
 
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A video by Scott Cannon DEP consent order proving methane migration: http://imgur.com/OWUXAYN http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL062539BFB8A2B2D4&feature=view_all Please read this before saying methane migration doesn't exist. It's a proven fact: http://thetimes-tribune.com/news/sunday-times-review-of-dep-drilling-records-reveals-water-damage-murky-testing-methods-1.1491547 The Promised Land in real life. Matt Damon John Krasinski People can light their taps on fire because of gas drilling. This is one of those cases. In fact, one of the companies that produced Truthland, Chesapeake Energy, was responsible for this mess. A snippet from the Marcellus Shale Reality Tour video Sherry Vargson gave the group a tour of her farm in Granville Township, where Chesapeake Energy has drilled one well and installed compressor and metering stations and a gathering pipeline. She said her water became contaminated with methane after maintenance activities at the site in June 2010, and lit water from her tap alight for a trip attendees and the media. The little bus wound its way over green mountains, alongside undeveloped stretches of the meandering Susquehanna River and through some of Pennsylvania's most pristine wilderness. The man inside with the microphone, the Gas Drilling Awareness Coalition's Scott Cannon, said there's trouble in paradise as he pointed out the changes Marcellus Shale natural gas drilling has brought to Pennsylvania's Northern Tier. Here was a drilling rig, there a water withdrawal site and every so often yet another pipeline was laid out in preparation for burial. The sights were part of the coalition's "Marcellus Shale Reality Tour," held Sunday for area legislators, municipal representatives and candidates for political office. "We still have to deal with pipelines, compressor stations; they wanted to put a frack water treatment facility in Hanover Township -- that was an hour away from the nearest drill site," Cannon said. About 15 people attended the tour, including candidate for U.S. representative Bill Vinsko, Wilkes-Barre Administrative Coordinator Drew McLaughlin and Luzerne County Council candidates Kathleen Dobash, Salvatore Licata, Eileen Sorokas and Michelle Bednar. "It's all about information," Sorokas said. "You can't beat going firsthand and seeing it. I've heard so many things about it; I want to clarify it in my mind." "It's important to learn about all sides of this important issue," said Vinsko, a Democrat who plans to a 2012 challenge to Republican Lou Barletta in Pennsylvania's 11th Congressional District. "In order to make informed decisions, I wanted to hear from the landowners on both sides of the issue. I also plan to meet with the gas companies to get all sides of the story, but this is an important first step." At least one trip participant had already made up his mind about the issue. Throop Borough Council President Tommy Lukasewicz said he has been fighting against the efforts of Keystone Sanitary Landfill to increase its daily intake by 2,500 tons, which would allow it to accept more solid waste from the gas drilling industry. "I agree more than anyone here probably that this is the worst thing that could happen to Northeastern Pennsylvania," he said, adding that he believes gas drilling could reverse the progress the area has made in erasing the scars left 50 years ago by coal mining. Lukasewicz, who attended Mansfield University and often drove through Bradford County to get there, said he "wanted to see firsthand what an area (he) had known about looks like now." Hearing on Fracking Wastewater Well in Sioux County, NE (clip)
PA Gas Rush
 
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Learn how new drilling technology and rising fuel prices are driving the natural gas rush in Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale—a 6,000 foot deep rock formation which has the potential to fuel the entire country for two full years. This live, one-hour, call-in program on Thursday, May 22, offered viewers objective and reliable advice about: * Natural gas exploration and drilling on leased land * Lease negotiations and addenda * Financial, environmental, and infrastructure impacts http://wpsu.org/gasrush
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Taking Proper Advantage Of PA Natural Gas
 
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PA State Rep Martina White speaks of the positive opportunities for the Philadelphia area because of the PA natural gas industry
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Waste Coal Mine Gas: Appin Power Station
 
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To convert the Appin and Tower coal mines into this significant power-generating resource, Energy Developments Ltd. (EDL), based in Brisbane, Queensland, looked to Caterpillar to provide a total of 94 Cat® G3516 natural-gas-fueled generator sets driven by lean-burn, low-emission reciprocating engines. Learn more about Cat gas generator sets, visit: http://bit.ly/1KSuPBf
Views: 2405 Cat Electric Power
Residents of Pennsylvania's top natural gas-producing town will soon know what may be lurking in the
 
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HEADLINE: EPA probes water well pollution in Pa. gas field CAPTION: Residents of Pennsylvania's top natural gas-producing town will soon know what may be lurking in their drinking water wells. Federal environmental regulators are investigating claims of contamination in the town of Dimock. (March 5) [Location - Date:Dimock, Pa 2/13/2012] [Source:AP] [VO:EPA collecting water; regulators testing water; Morcom meets EPA official] [VOICE-OVER] TRACK#1 IN THE HEART OF PENNSYLVANIA'S GAS DRILLING BOOM, FEDERAL ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATORS ARE TESTING THE WATER. NATS UP KEN MORCOM AND HIS GIRLFRIEND LIVE IN THE SMALL VILLAGE OF DIMOCK... GROUND ZERO OF A NATIONAL DEBATE [Notes:File AP photo of gas drilling] OVER GAS DRILLING AND A TECHNIQUE CALLED HYDRAULIC FRACTURING OR FRACKING. [VO:EPA collecting water; Broll of Morcom] MORCOM SAYS HIS WELL WATER HAS A BAD ODOR AND TASTE. HE WANTS TO KNOW IF GAS DRILLING IS TO BLAME. [SOT/] (Ken Morcom/Dimock resident) "Our concern is our safety. Our dogs and cats stopped drinking the water." [Location - Date:Dimock, Pa 12/21/2010] [Source:AP] [VO:File video: Dimock resident setting water on fire] [VOICE-OVER] TRACK#2 SOME OF MORCOM'S NEIGHBORS SAY THEIR WATER WELLS WERE CONTAMINATED WITH METHANE, HEAVY METALS AND CHEMICALS [Notes:Location - Date: Dimock, Pa 2/13/2012] [Notes:Close up/Wide shot of Cabot signs] AFTER HOUSTON-BASED CABOT OIL & GAS DRILLED IN THE AREA FOUR YEARS AGO. CABOT DENIES RESPONSIBILITY. THE STATE SAYS METHANE FROM CABOT'S DRILLING OPERATIONS POLLUTED THE AQUIFER, [Notes:AP file photo: Fracking = death sign] BUT SAYS THERE'S NO EVIDENCE THAT FRACKING CHEMICALS HAVE POISONED ANY WELLS. [Location - Date:Dimock, Pa 2/13/2012] [Source:AP] [VO:EPA collecting water; Kemble starting motor] NOW THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY TAKING WATER SAMPLES FROM MORE THAN 60 HOMES IN DIMOCK. FEDERAL REGULATORS SAY THE TEST RESULTS WILL TELL THEM IF THE WATER IS SAFE TO DRINK. WHILE THE EPA DELIVERS WATER TO FOUR HOMES THAT IT SAYS HAVE POTENTIALLY HARMFUL LEVELS OF MANGANESE, SODIUM AND ARSENIC, OTHER RESIDENTS ARE TAKING MATTERS INTO THEIR OWN HANDS. [NATSOT:motor starting up] [SOURCE:AP] [Notes:Kemble filling up at hyrdant, Kemble driving truck to deliver water] TWICE A DAY, SIX DAYS A WEEK, RAY KEMBLE FILLS UP AT THIS HYDRANT IN MONTROSE, ABOUT EIGHT MILES AWAY FROM HIS HOME IN DIMOCK. KEMBLE TAKES THE WATER TO NEIGHBORS WHO ARE TOO AFRAID TO USE THEIR WELLS. THE FINAL STOP IS HIS OWN HOUSE. [SOT/] (Ray Kemble/Dimock resident) "Never had a problem before until Cabot came in across the street and drilled that well across from my house. And they got done fracking it and my well went bad. Right after they got done fracking." [Location - Date:Dimock, Pa 2/13/2012] [Source:AP] [VO:] [VOICE-OVER] TRACK#3 BUT CABOT SAYS KEMBLE AND OTHER RESIDENTS WHO HAVE FILED SUIT AGAINST THE COMPANY ARE EXAGGERATING PROBLEMS WITH THE WELLS. THE COMPANY SAYS THE EPA TESTING IS A WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY. [Location - Date:Scranton, Pa 2/22/2012] [Source:AP] [VO:Stark walking down hall] ACCORDING TO CABOT SPOKESMAN GEORGE STARK, YEARS WORTH OF TEST DATA PROVE THE WATER MEETS FEDERAL STANDARDS. [SOT/] (George Stark/Scranton/Cabot Oil & Gas Corp.) "Cabot does not believe that its operations caused any methane migration. We think it's naturally occurring there. And we're not seeing the issues that the plaintiffs are putting forward that's in their water. We're just not seeing that in their water." [Location - Date:Dimock, Pa 2/13/2012] [Source:AP] [Notes:VO: EPA official walking with water sample] [VOICE-OVER] TRACK#4 THE EPA TESTS RESULTS COULD BEGIN ARRIVING WITHIN DAYS. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b4603773158e8a39ddf1d5817710508b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 192 AP Archive
Impacts of Gas Drilling in Bradford County, PA
 
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Clips from a presentation by Mike Lovegreen, Chair of the Bradford County Gas Advisory Board on the impacts of gas drilling in that county. Right up front, he warns that we all need to watch out for "spin"......see if you can find his. He didn't keep his job in PA's most fracked county by being an unabashed tree-hugger.
Views: 307 Stuart Anderson
New Coal Mine Touted By Trump Opens In PA
 
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(8 Jun 2017) A new coal mine that President Donald Trump mentioned in announcing plans to pull the U.S. out of the Paris climate accord has officially opened in Pennsylvania. The Acosta Mine will supply coal used in making steel and is expected to generate up to 100 full-time jobs. It's located in Friedens, about 60 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. A Thursday celebration marked its opening. Corsa Coal Corp. says it decided in August to open the mine after a steel industry boom drove up prices for metallurgical coal. Pennsylvania awarded a $3 million grant for the project. George Dethlefsen, Corsa CEO, says even though the mine is not for conventional coal, it still give the industry hope there is a bright future for coal. "The war on coal is over, creating a climate of pro-business and pro-steel, whether that's the trade tariffs, or whether that's just fostering economic growth through tax cuts or infrastructure spending, all of those things affect our future outlook for prices," said Dethlefsen. Neil Donahue, professor at Carnegie Mellon University, doesn't think the mine opening signals a big change for the industry. "The mine has to do with making steel, so it has some significance to the steel industry – it has nothing to do with the bigger questions about coal. Almost all coal – the enormous majority of coal – is burned for electricity," said Donahue. Donahue thinks that no matter how pro-coal the current administration is, the fact remains that coal is more expensive than some of the alternatives. "I think people should be extraordinarily skeptical that the president can snap his fingers and make King Coal, King Coal again. I think in the short term, allowing coal mines and coal power industries to pollute without paying us the due cost of that pollution – sure, that'll helped out. I'm suspicious that it'll help them out to the point where they suddenly become competitive against natural gas," said Donahue. No matter what the mine says about the broader future for coal in the U.S., the workers in the Acosta Mine say the opening makes them more optimistic about the future of their profession. "There was some doubt, I won't lie, we doubted if we were going to have jobs or if the company was going to make it, but they did," said Matt Owens, one of the mine's safety coordinators. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5f9c65f4d432d0aaafb4bcdffc234e92 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 272 AP Archive
Natural Gas Well Pad Tour
 
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This video gives an up close look at the equipment used on a Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation Natural Gas Rig. Our host, Bobby Balcer, gives the viewer a tour of the site and explains how the different pieces of equipment work together. www.wellsaidcabot.com Produced by www.WhiteKnightPro.com
Natural Gas Drilling Rig
 
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Natural Gas drilling rig in action
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Bailey Coal Mine in Wind Ridge Pa. serves up 45,000 tons of coal per day
 
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Coal produces nearly half the electricity in the U.S., but the mercury, sulfur dioxide and carbon dioxide it emits also make it one of the most controversial energy sources. New EPA regulations and a national Sierra Club campaign have added to rising anti-coal sentiment. For many environmental activists, coal represents an old, dirty source of power, but for coal-mining communities around the country, the story is different. Video by Kimberly Paynter. http://www.newsworks.org/index.php/homepage-feature/item/26950-with-natural-gas-booming-coal-is-at-a-crossroads
Views: 88322 WHYY News
Orphan and Abandoned Oil and Gas Wells in Pennsylvania
 
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Please share this video to help us locate,promote the plugging and to help raise awareness to the many issues associated with orphan and abandoned oil and gas wells in Pennsylvania and across the Marcellus Shale region.To join us visit http://www.saveourstreamspa.org To learn more about the scavenger hunt for orphan and abandoned wells,click on "scavenger hunt PA" near the top of our home page.Thank You for taking the time to view our video- Save Our Streams PA
Views: 7847 SaveOurStreamsPA
Pa. Marcellus Shale Cabot Oil and Gas Corp. drilling rig
 
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A tour of a Cabot Oil and Gas Corporation Marcellus shale drilling rig site in Harford Township, Susquehanna County, June 19, 2015.
Views: 1701 PennLive.com
Natural Gas Drilling
 
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A 10 min presentation of how we drill for natural gas.
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Natural gas well fire burns near Bobtown, Pa. 2-11-14
 
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A fire burns after an explosion at a natural gas well site in southwest Pennsylvania, near Bobtown.
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Jerusha Lowe speaks about Natural Gas Production
 
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Jerusha Lowe speaks about natural gas production at a Gas & Oil Job Expo in Wyoming PA.
Views: 425 eidmarcellus
Urbex: Exploring Abandoned Centralia, PA Ghost Town Burning Underground
 
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*UPDATE* The time capsule ended up being opened on October 4, 2014 which was much earlier than expected. Centralia, PA is a modern day ghost town with an ongoing underground inferno. Silent Hill was inspired by Centralia's plight. It was also a model for various movies that wanted to give a hell-like appearance in a ghost town. There used to be a WARNING - DANGER sign posted here from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania stating that walking or driving in this area could result in serious injury or death; that dangerous gases are present and the ground is prone to sudden collapse. Centralia was once a prosperous coal mining town with 1,100 population. It included 4 movie theatres, 7 bars, a school and a gas station. In the spring of 1962, a fire which started at the town dump during spring cleanup ignited the coal present at the ground level as this area is very rich in coal. As firefighters worked to try and extinguish that fire, it had already spread to the underground abandoned coal tunnels that are 100 meters in depth. After a couple of decades, attempts to put out the fire failed. State and federal authorities said they didn't have enough funding to do the job right. They tried digging up the coal around the burn site but it was burning faster than they could dig and there are too many tunnels too flood. Approximately 450 acres of underground coal has been on fire since. This type of coal is called anthracite which is difficult to ignite, but very difficult to extinguish. There are 3000 acres of coal field here underground, so with enough oxygen feeding this fire from other mining tunnels, the fire is expected to last at least another 100-200 years, maybe longer. The temperature of the active burn area below ground is 1100-1200 degrees Farhenheit. Tests by scientists and geologists were done here that showed the ground temperature to be around 440 degrees Celsius a foot into the ground. With the threats of hydrogen explosions, carbon monoxide and cave-ins, most residents were relocated in the 80s. The houses were then torn down leaving approximately 11 people behind who refused to evacuate despite the danger and risks involved such as dangerous gasses, explosions and sink holes. The ground beneath could collapse and has done so already. Looking down the now-empty streets, you can see that nature has reclaimed her land, albeit, a dangerous one. Buildings, cars and trees can fall into this pit at any time. The old Hwy 61 that used to bring traffic to Centralia has been destroyed by the underground fire. It is constantly subsiding with smoke usually billowing out from the pits and separations that will continue to get wider and deeper day-by-day. This is called subsidence. This is due to the coal seams the run below ground at steep angles which cause the road above ground to collapse as the coal burns. According to engineers, the only way to stop this fire is to dig the entire 3000 acres of coal field under this town and surrounding area. This would cost $600 million which is more than the US governments were willing to pay. Ironically, a small town just south of Centralia, Byrnesville (of all names) was also evacuated and now empty. Mostly coal miners resided here of an Irish-Catholic desent. Both Centralia and Byrnesville were a tight-knit community, and many did not want to leave. There is a time capsule that still lies buried in the ground in Centralia. This was set up as a memorial for the working class town to be opened in 2016 which would be Centralia's 150th Anniversary. Whether the residents return to open it on that date is yet to be seen. The Weather Channel selected portions of this video for their "Most Toxic Ghost Towns" video. In case you're interested, here is the link: http://www.weather.com/video/most-toxic-ghost-towns-46257?collid=/news/top-stories Thanks for watching! Thanks for subscribing, liking and sharing! :) ▶︎Subscribe 💕https://bit.ly/2NOam30 🛎
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The Shale Bargain: PennLive investigates Pennsylvania's natural gas boom
 
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Ten years into Pennsylvania's natural gas boom, PennLive reporters Wallace McKelvey and Candy Woodall investigate how state regulators enforced environmental, health and safety standards for this multi-billion dollar industry.
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Scott Perry (DEP) Speaks about Natural Gas Exploration,3/19/2013, Coudersport, PA
 
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Scott Perry deputy secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection speaking during a public meeting held at the Gunzburger Building in Coudersport about policy development,regulatory aspects of oil and gas activities, waste water treatment, injection wells, brine and produced fluid management and disposal, road spreading of unconventional well fluids,well integrity,revisions of the oil and gas act, radioactive waste , setback requirements for new wells, methane migration, contamination, water testing, and more Natural Gas drilling related topics. 53 minutes. Pennsylvania. 3/19/2013.Coudersport,
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All About Fracking
 
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Drilling natural gas in Pennsylvania's Marcellus shale (Photo credit: Wikimedia) There are few technologies today quite so popularly disliked today as fracking, short for hydraulic fracturing, the practice of pumping high-pressure water into natural gas reserves deep underground to break up the rock and make the gas easier to mine. Fracking has been harshly criticized all around the world as dangerous, and has even been banned in a number of countries. There are charges that fracking uses toxic chemicals which contaminate ground water supplies; that it causes earthquakes; that it's killing endangered species; that tap water in fracking areas contains so much methane that it can actually burn; and that mysterious illnesses have resulted from the poisonous chemicals it pumps underground. Sound scary? It should. But how much of it is true? Fracking is a perfect place to turn... (Read the rest at http://skep.us/4275)
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Pa. Marcellus Shale Seneca Resources gas drilling rig
 
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A Seneca Resources drilling rig completes the fourth of six wells at a Marcellus Shale gas well pad in Shippen Township, Cameron County during a Seneca Resources tour of Marcellus Shale gas drilling operations in Elk and Cameron counties in northern
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News 8 looks at affects of natural gas drilling
 
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Gas drilling brought $4 million to Lycoming County last year and McHenry Township got an additional $325,000.
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Drilling for Natural Gas and Protecting the Environment
 
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http://AmericanEnergyWorks.org John Suchar is an environmental specialist for Williams' natural gas drilling operations in Parachute, Colorado. He ensures drilling operations leave as little impact as possible on the natural environment. For more information, visit http://AmericanEnergyWorks.org
Natural Gas a Brief History
 
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Naturally occurring natural gas was discovered and identified in America as early as 1626, when French explorers discovered natives igniting gases that were seeping into and around Lake Erie. The American natural gas industry got its beginnings in this area. In 1859, Colonel Edwin Drake (a former railroad conductor who adopted the title 'Colonel' to impress the townspeople) dug the first well. Drake hit oil and natural gas at 69 feet below the surface of the earth. Most in the industry characterizes this well as the beginning of the natural gas industry in America. A two-inch diameter pipeline was built, running 5 and ½ miles from the well to the village of Titusville, Pennsylvania. The construction of this pipeline proved that natural gas could be brought safely and relatively easily from its underground source to be used for practical purposes. In 1821, the first well specifically intended to obtain natural gas was dug in Fredonia, New York, by William Hart. After noticing gas bubbles rising to the surface of a creek, Hart dug a 27 foot well to try and obtain a larger flow of gas to the surface. Hart is regarded by many as the 'father of natural gas' in America. Expanding on Hart's work, the Fredonia Gas Light Company was eventually formed, becoming the first American natural gas company. During most of the 19th century, natural gas was used almost exclusively as a source of light. Without a pipeline infrastructure, it was difficult to transport the gas very far, or into homes to be used for heating or cooking. Most of the natural gas produced in this era was manufactured from coal, as opposed to transported from a well. Near the end of the 19th century, with the rise of electricity, natural gas lights were converted to electric lights. This led producers of natural gas to look for new uses for their product. In 1885, Robert Bunsen invented what is now known as the Bunsen burner. He managed to create a device that mixed natural gas with air in the right proportions, creating a flame that could be safely used for cooking and heating. The invention of the Bunsen burner opened up new opportunities for the use of natural gas in America, and throughout the world. This is clipped from the 1959 film, These Are My People, produced by the Columbia Gas System and available at the Internet Archive
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What is LNG? Turning natural gas into liquid | Natural Gas
 
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As global demand for natural gas grows, companies are using advanced technology to transport it from source to customers. Gas can be piped over relatively short distances. But cooling the gas to -162°C (-260°F) turns it to liquid for easier, safe shipment to faraway markets overseas. Shell provided the natural gas for the first liquefied natural gas (LNG) project more than 50 years ago. Today the world's largest provider of LNG, Shell continues to develop innovative approaches to unlock new resources of natural gas. In North-West Australia, for example, Shell is working with partners to build a giant floating production and liquefaction facility at sea, Prelude FLNG. Welcome to Shell’s official YouTube channel. Subscribe here to learn about the future of energy, see our new technology and innovation in action or watch highlights from our major projects around the world. Here you’ll also find videos on jobs and careers, motorsports, the Shell Eco-marathon as well as new products like Shell V-Power. If you have any thoughts or questions, please comment, like or share. Together we can #makethefuture Visit our Website: http://www.shell.com/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Shell/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shell/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/shell Look us up on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/royaldutchshell Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company-beta/1271/
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ONGC- Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Recruitment Notification 2018 Salary 16.8 lakh PA
 
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What you need to know before buying a gas well on your land
 
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Taking ownership of a gas well on your property can mean a low-cost supply of energy, profits from oil sales and exemptions from certain regulatory and tax requirements. But Ohio Farm Bureau's Dale Arnold explains that you'll face new costs as well. Read more: http://ofbf.org/news-and-events/news/4167/
Wind Mills Near Somerset, Pennsylvania - Why We Need pennsylvania Oil & Gas
 
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The windmills are not turning. One of two problems with this "green energy" the left wing is so high on. Problem one - no wind, no power. Problem two - when it is windy, they kill eagles. Pennsylvania has lots of oil and natural gas, as well as coal. Reliable fuels not dependent on the weather. Plus, the only way coal kills a bald eagle is if you throw a chunk at it.
Views: 17 Dennis Regling
Know the Drill: The Truth about Natural Gas | Community Impact
 
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Part of a series of videos discussing Pennsylvania natural gas drilling facts and myths, focusing on the community impact of drilling. A video production of the Commonwealth Foundation.
Jack Neal: Natural Gas Development--Understanding the Process
 
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ExxonMobil senior scientist Jack Neal, who has spent years analyzing hydrocarbon source rocks around the world, discusses the details of shale gas production operations and key issues involving them.
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Drilling and Fracking for Natural Gas in Schoharie County, NY
 
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http://www.thepetitionsite.com/451/926/370/residents-against-the-constitution-pipeline-in-schoharie-county-new-york/?taf_id=10603206&cid=fb_na#sign This video looks at much of the infrastructure required for gas drilling and fracturing from sites in Bradford and Susquehanna Counties in Pennsylvania. It also looks at major health and environmental impacts associated with gas drilling and fracking in these two counties. Finally, it shows the relationship between the Constitution Pipeline and gas drilling and fracking in Schoharie County. Center for Community Environmental Management
Views: 2424 William Morton
Some Places on Earth have Been on Fire for 6000 Years!
 
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Eternal flames are often intentionally ignited for symbolic significance. But there are also plenty of natural blazes burning around the world, some of which have been flaming for 6000 years! Here’s a hot list of 11 eternal flames that just won’t quit! 1. Chestnut Ridge Park, New York It’s a bit of a mystery how this eternal flame keeps alight behind a pretty waterfall in Shale Creek Preserve. Native Americans set it aflame thousands of moons ago, but how it sustains is anyone's guess. 2. Smoking Mountain, Ethiopia One of the driest and hottest places on the planet! A rare geothermal balance keeps the magma molten, resulting in a pool of glowing liquid fire! 3. Eternal Fire of Baba Gurgur, Iraq This extensive oil field has been blazing for over 4000 years! Some scholars believe this was the “fiery furnace” referenced in the Bible. 4. The Gates of Hell, Turkmenistan This destructive inferno has been raging for 40 years now. The 200 feet hole was created in a Soviet industrial accident that exposed an underground cavern of methane gas. 5. Smoking Hills, Canada This land of fire and ice is where enormous deposits of lignite spontaneously combust. It was discovered in 1828 by Sir John Franklin. 6. Olympos Mountain, Turkey Said to be the inspiration for the Chimaera monster, it has been used as the mountain’s natural lighthouse for over 2000 years to help sailors navigate the rocky shores. Methane gas seeping up through the rocks is what fuels these fires... 7. Water and Fire Cave, Taiwan You’d think the surrounding H2O would extinguish this inferno but methane gas bubbles through cracks in the rock and even the running spring can’t quell these eternal flames. It’s been burning for at least 300 years. 8. Fire Temple of Baku, Azerbaijan This has been ablaze for centuries, often mentioned in ancient texts. Even Marco Polo made reference to this fiery phenomenon when he passed through the region in the 13th century. 9. Centralia Coal Mine, Pennsylvania This now abandoned gas reservoir sparked in 1962 and despite attempts to put out the fire, it continues to smoulder and cause faults in the ground to this day. The town was condemned in 1992. 10. Burning Mountain, Germany This seam of coal in Saarland, Germany ignited in 1688. No one really knows how it started. Steam can be seen and heat can be felt emanating from the rocks. 11. Mount Wingen, Australia This continuously blazing underground coal field makes the landscape glow like a burning mountain. It may be the world’s oldest perpetual coal fire, with some estimates claiming it’s been aflame for over 6000 years!
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Landowner Testimonial on Drilling and Producing Natural Gas and Crude Oil, Tuscarawas County
 
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Testimonials from "real" landowners around Ohio describing their positive experience with the drilling and production of wells in their community. From the Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program
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Will Pennsylvania cut oil & gas air pollution?
 
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Pennsylvania’s recently announced proposal to regulate methane pollution from fracking and other oil and gas operations is a bold and necessary step toward protecting health and the climate. Most important is PA DEP’s intention to regulate existing sources of methane, which are set to continue polluting Pennsylvania for years to come. Enforceable, comprehensive standards for oil and gas facilities that were formerly exempt from permitting, and strengthened air permit requirements, are also needed improvements. TAKE ACTION: Urge Pennsylvania to issue strong rules and protect families and our climate from fracking-related air pollution! https://earthworksaction.org/CleanAirPA These new rules could set Pennsylvania apart as a national leader in methane reduction. By reducing pollution from oil and gas, Pennsylvania will be protecting the health and safety of residents statewide.
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Many coal plants close or switch to natural gas
 
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The Trump administration wants to make the U.S. more coal-friendly, but many plants that once created power from coal have already left the industry. Learn more about this story at www.newsy.com/72711/ Find more videos like this at www.newsy.com Follow Newsy on Facebook: www.facebook.com/newsyvideos Follow Newsy on Twitter: www.twitter.com/newsyvideos
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A little natural gas humor
 
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If ya'll didnt know 'fracking' is a term used for hydraulic fracturing of gas wells. The process is needed to break the rocks in order to create paths through which the natural gas can flow towards the well. The process involves around 5-6 million gallons of fresh water pumped into the well bore under high pressures. Because the water dissolves some of the salts in the rocks it is extremely salinated, sometimes up to 20x as salty as the ocean waters. Residents in the gas regions of PA, NY, Ohio and WV often complain about their residential drinking waters being polluted by the salinated fracture water or sometimes even methane gas from the formation being drilled. This is usually the result of gas companies drilling and fracturing wells in rocks that are not strong enough and eventually the frac water will seep upwards into the water table. For more information about fracturing and gas drilling Google it. The clip is from a CBC show "22 Minutes"
Views: 150371 WVU Benjisaur
COMO ELIMINAR LOS GASES INTESTINALES RÁPIDAMENTE Remedios Caseros Para Los Gases Intestinales
 
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Como Eliminar Los Gases Intestinales Rapidamente con Remedios Caseros para Los Gases: Si andas buscando por como eliminar los gases intestinales con remedios caseros para los gases que verdaderamente funcionen, entonces estás en el lugar correcto, porque en esta ocasión voy a compartir contigo 4 infusiones para los gases que realmente te pueden ayudar. Si andas buscando por como eliminar los gases intestinales con remedios caseros para los gases que hayan demostrado ser efectivos, entonces estás en el lugar correcto, porque en esta ocasión voy a compartir contigo 4 remedios naturales que realmente te pueden ayudar. 1. Infusión de semillas de hinojo Cuando de como eliminar los gases intestinales se trata, la infusión de semillas de hinojo ha sido por mucho tiempo uno de los remedios caseros para los gases preferida por una gran cantidad de personas, por la simple razón de que verdaderamente funciona. La efectividad de esta infusión se debe a las potentes propiedades antiespasmódicas y carminativas de las semillas de hinojo, las cuales no solamente promueven una digestión saludable, sino que también ayudan a prevenir la formación y a sacar los gases de los intestinos en el caso de que ya se tengan. De modo que si buscas por como eliminar los gases intestinales o por cómo prevenirlos, esta es una de las infusiones para los gases que deberías tratar. Para hacer esta infusión, solo tienes que echar una taza de agua hirviendo sobre 1 cucharada de semillas de hinojo trituradas y dejar reposar durante 10 minutos antes de tomar. Se sugiere beber esta infusión 2 o 3 veces al día hasta obtener los resultados deseados. 2. Infusión de hojas de menta o hierbabuena. Este es otro remedio casero para los gases que a través de los años ha demostrado ser muy efectivo. Para preparar esta infusión solo tienes que agregar 1 cucharada de hojas de hierbabuena o de menta fresca triturada o 1 cucharadita de hojas secas a 1 taza de agua hirviendo y dejar reposar durante 10 minutos antes de colar y tomar. De acuerdo con el Centro Médico de la Universidad de Maryland, la menta o la hierbabuena facilita que los músculos del tracto digestivo, lo que permite que los gases intestinales se disipen más rápida y fácilmente y atribuyen este efecto a las propiedades calmantes y analgésicas de esta hierba. Concluyen diciendo que las propiedades anteriormente mencionadas hacen de esta infusión uno de los remedios caseros para los gases más utilizado por personas que buscan por como eliminar los gases intestinales de una forma natural. Algo a notar es que este remedio no se recomienda para las personas con reflujo gastroesofágico. 3. Hojas y semillas de cilantro El cilantro es remedio casero para los gases que ha demostrado ser de gran efectividad para las personas que buscan por como eliminar los gases intestinales de forma natural, y según diferentes fuentes tanto las hojas como las semillas de esta planta tienen el mismo poder para tratar dicha condición. Para preparar este remedio solo hay que hervir a fuego medio ½ taza de hojas frescas de cilantro picadas en 2 tazas de agua durante 10 minutos o hasta que se haya gastado más o menos la mitad del agua. A continuación, dejar enfriar un poco y colar antes de beber. Se sugiere beber este té 2 o 3 veces al día después de las comidas hasta obtener los resultados deseados. Este remedio casero para los gases no solamente ayudará a liberar los gases intestinales sino que también ha demostrado ser muy efectivo para quitar el dolor que a menudo acompaña esta condición. La semilla de cilantro también pueden eliminar los gases. Para utilizarlas con este propósito solo hay que remojar 3 cucharadita de dichas semillas en 3 tazas de agua durante la noche y al día siguiente colar el agua y beberla en 3 porciones. 1 taza en la mañana con el estómago vacío, un taza de 15 a 30 minutos antes del almuerzo y una taza de 15 a 30 minutos antes de la cena. Muchas personas que buscan por como eliminar los gases intestinales de forma natural dicen que han encontrado la solución en este simple; pero muy efectivo remedio casero. 4. Jugo de ajo jengibre. Tan simple como pueda parecer, dice factores orgánicos que este es uno de los remedios caseros para la flatulencia más útil y efectivo que podemos encontrar y para prepararlo basta con extraer el jugo de 1 o 2 dientes de ajo y de un pedazo de jengibre, mezclar con una taza de agua tibia, opcionalmente agregarle miel al gusto y tomar 1 o 2 veces al día hasta obtener los resultados deseados. De modo que si andas buscando por como eliminar los gases intestinales con remedios caseros para los gases que además de ser fáciles de preparar han demostrado ser verdaderamente efectivos, entonces trata algunos de los anteriores para ver cuál te funciona mejor.
COAL vs NATURAL GAS
 
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How Coal Mines Work: "Mining and Preparation of Anthracite Coal" circa 1934 Delaware & Lackawanna
 
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Earth Sciences, mining, oil, etc. playlist:: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL33B1A9216BB65F7A more at http://scitech.quickfound.net Very good demonstration of coal mining processes in the 1930s. 'Underground mining scenes... Sequence shows miners leaving work, washing up and going home to greet families.' Reupload of a previously uploaded film with improved video & sound. Public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthracite Anthracite... is a hard, compact variety of mineral coal that has a high luster. It has the highest carbon content, the fewest impurities, and the highest calorific content of all types of coals, which also include bituminous coal and lignite. Anthracite is the most metamorphosed type of coal (but still represents low-grade metamorphism), in which the carbon content is between 92.1% and 98%. The term is applied to those varieties of coal which do not give off tarry or other hydrocarbon vapours when heated below their point of ignition. Anthracite ignites with difficulty and burns with a short, blue, and smokeless flame. Anthracite is categorized into standard grade, which is used mainly in power generation, and high grade (HG) and ultra high grade (UHG), the principal uses of which are in the metallurgy sector. Anthracite accounts for about 1% of global coal reserves, and is mined in only a few countries around the world. China accounts for the majority of global production; other producers are Russia, Ukraine, North Korea, Vietnam, the UK, Australia and the US. Total production in 2010 was 670 million tons... Other terms which refer to anthracite are black coal, hard coal, stone coal... blind coal... Kilkenny coal... crow coal... and black diamond. In the United States, anthracite coal history began in 1790 in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, with the discovery of coal made by the hunter Necho Allen in what is now known as the Coal Region. Legend has it that Allen fell asleep at the base of Broad Mountain and woke to the sight of a large fire because his campfire had ignited an outcropping of anthracite coal. By 1795, an anthracite-fired iron furnace had been built on the Schuylkill River. Anthracite was first experimentally burned as a residential heating fuel in the US on 11 February 1808, by Judge Jesse Fell in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, on an open grate in a fireplace. Anthracite differs from wood in that it needs a draft from the bottom, and Judge Fell proved with his grate design that it was a viable heating fuel. In spring 1808, John and Abijah Smith shipped the first commercially mined load of anthracite down the Susquehanna River from Plymouth, Pennsylvania, marking the birth of commercial anthracite mining in the United States. From that first mine, production rose to an all-time high of over 100 million tons in 1917... From the late 19th century until the 1950s, anthracite was the most popular fuel for heating homes and other buildings in the northern United States, until it was supplanted first by oil burning systems and more recently by natural gas systems... China today mines by far the largest share of global anthracite production, accounting for more than three-quarters of global output. Most Chinese production is of standard-grade anthracite, which is used in power generation. Increased demand in China has made that country into a net importer of the fuel, mostly from Vietnam, another major producer of anthracite for power generation, although increasing domestic consumption in Vietnam means that exports may be scaled back. Current U.S. anthracite production averages around 5 million tons per year. Of that, about 1.8 million tons were mined in the state of Pennsylvania...
Views: 1979 Jeff Quitney
BASF product portfolio for Natural Gas Value Chain from E&P to Petrochemistry
 
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This video is about BASF’ expertise applied along Hydrocarbons Value Chain, including Natural Gas and NGL, and demonstrates BASF’ product portfolio for the Conversion of natural gas into polymers with target performance qualities. It presents BASF’ broad product portfolio for Exploration, Gas and NGL Production, Transportation, deep processing and Polymers producing. The portfolio consists of following technologies and solutions: Luvicap for prevention of gas-hydrate formation and either reducing or even excluding methanol use, high performance chemicals for drilling and cementing Alcomer, Polytrol, Liquiment; special Depressor additives Keroflux reducing the pour point of highly paraffinic gas condensate; Corrosion, Scale and Paraffin Inhibitors Basocorr, Antiprex, Basoscale for flow assurance as well as special energy-efficient and low- flammable thermal insulation product Basotect and Arsenal, a Non-selective herbicide destroying undesirable weed vegetation can reduce transport and storage costs; Biocides and H2S scavengers; OASE yellow and OASE purple technologies for selective and complete removal of CO2 and H2S from natural gas; For each stage of hydrocarbons processing, BASF provides a broad range of adsorbents and catalysts: Molecular sieves and Sorbead for drying and removing impurities and water from natural and associated gas; Alumina and titania catalysts for sulfur recovery (Klaus process), Adsorbents PuriStar, Selexsorb for fine monomers purification; High-quality Light stabilizers, Antioxidants, UV-absorbers, Flame retardant, Transparent nucleating agents, Rheology modifiers and Optical brighteners for the production and processing of polymers, protecting the original structure of the polymer and preserving its unique properties The wide range of solutions for industrial construction MasterEmaco, Masterflow, Masterseal, MasterProtect, MasterInject, Mastertop, MasterGlenium, MasterPolyheed and MasterLife significantly increasing the durability of industrial facilities while optimizing operational costs.
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Elimina gases y aplana el abdomen con este remedio casero
 
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Visitanos: www.saludeficaz.com Muchos de los alimentos que consumimos provocan gases y la hinchazón abdominal que nos hace lucir esa panza prominente y desproporcionada que tanto detestamos, sobre todo cuando se acerca el verano. En este video de Salud Eficaz te vamos a compartir un excelente remedio casero capaz de eliminar los gases acumulados en tu cuerpo además de reducir la hinchazón abdominal. » Visitanos: http://www.saludeficaz.com Encuentranos también en: Google+ » https://plus.google.com/+Saludeficaz15/ Facebook » https://www.facebook.com/saludeficaz Twitter » https://twitter.com/saludeficaz Ir al artículo: www.saludeficaz.com/hinchazon-abdominal-por-gases/ Encuentranos también en: Google+ » https://plus.google.com/+Saludeficaz15/ Facebook » https://www.facebook.com/saludeficaz Twitter » https://twitter.com/saludeficaz
Views: 2791577 SaludEficaz
Fracking Hell: The Untold Story
 
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Find more Earth Focus content at https://www.linktv.org/earthfocus An original investigative report by Earth Focus and UK's Ecologist Film Unit looks at the risks of natural gas development in the Marcellus Shale. From toxic chemicals in drinking water to unregulated interstate dumping of potentially radioactive waste that experts fear can contaminate water supplies in major population centers including New York City, are the health consequences worth the economic gains? Marcellus Shale contains enough natural gas to supply all US gas needs for 14 years. But as gas drilling takes place, using a process called hydraulic fracturing or "fracking," toxic chemicals and methane gas seep into drinking water. Now experts fear that unacceptable levels of radioactive Radium 226 in gas development waste. Fracking chemicals are linked to bone, liver and breast cancers, gastrointestinal, circulatory, respiratory, developmental as well as brain and nervous system disorders. Such chemicals are present in frack waste and may find their way into drinking water and air. Waste from Pennsylvania gas wells -- waste that may also contain unacceptable levels of radium -- is routinely dumped across state lines into landfills in New York, Ohio and West Virginia. New York does not require testing waste for radioactivity prior to dumping or treatment. So drill cuttings from Pennsylvania have been dumped in New York's Chemung and other counties and liquid waste is shipped to treatment plants in Auburn and Watertown New York. How radioactive is this waste? Experts are calling are for testing to find out. New York State may have been the first state in the nation to put a temporary hold on fracking pending a safety review, but it allows other states to dump toxic frack waste within its boundaries. With a gas production boom underway in the Marcellus Shale and plans for some 400,000 wells in the coming decades, the cumulative impact of dumping potential lethal waste without adequate oversight is a catastrophe waiting to happen. And now U.S. companies are exporting fracking to Europe.
Views: 1181256 Link TV
Remedios Caseros Para Los Gases - Como Eliminar Los Gases
 
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Remedios Caseros Para Los Gases - Como Eliminar Los Gases ¡¡SUSCRIBETE!!: https://goo.gl/KNxGLP ¡TE INVITO!!... Unete en FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/DianaCifuentestv ¿Tienes problemas con los gases y no sabes que hacer para solucionarlos? En este video te comparto algunos remedios naturales que te ayudarán a mejorarlos y con el tiempo eliminarlos. 1. Te de hinojo: Coloca una olla al fuego con 1/2 litro de agua, cuando este hirviendo agrega 1 cucharada de semillas de hinojo y deja hervir por tres minutos, retiras del fuego y esperas a que enfrié luego toma dos tazas al día 15 minutos antes del desayuno y la segunda taza 15 minutos antes de la cena. 2. Te de semillas de cilantro: Coloca 1/2 litro de agua en una olla cuando este hirviendo agrega 1/2 cucharada de semillas de cilantro, dejas hervir por 5 minutos, luego retiras del fuego y esperas a que enfrié luego tomas dos veces al día. Antes de cada comida. 3. Comino: Prepara un té de comino, para ello coloca una pisca de comino en una taza, luego viértele agua hervida y tapa deja en reposo por 5 minutos, luego toma una taza dos veces al día 15 minutos antes del desayuno y 15 minutos antes del almuerzo. 4. Anís estrellado: Coloca 1/2 litro de agua a hervir, cuando este hirviendo agrega una pisca de anís y deja hervir hasta que despida su aroma, luego retiras del fuego y tomas 1 tacita tres veces al día 15 minutos antes de cada comida. Él te de anís puedes tomarlo si estas embarazada, la dosis es 1 tacita al día, cada vez que sientas acumulación de gases. También es efectivo para eliminar los gases en los bebes, para ello solo dale una cucharadita cada vez que él bebe este molesto, los síntomas cuando él bebe tiene acumulación de gases es que llora constantemente. Recomendación: Para evitar los gases es importante que tengas en cuanta lo siguiente: 1. Mastica muy bien cada bocado que llevas a tu boca. 2. Evita el estar ingiriendo líquido mientras comes, es mejor hacerlo antes de las comidas, o bien 1 hora después de haber comido. 3. Introduce jengibre a tus comidas ya que el consumo de jengibre en los alimentos te ayudara a estimular las secreciones digestivas. 4. Si tienes el hábito de ingerir algún postre o fruta después de las comidas, yo te recomiendo lo ingieras antes de las comidas, así evitaras que estos se fermenten en tu estómago, previniendo así la acumulación de gases. 5. Después de las comidas te recomiendo caminar 30 minutos así ayudaras a liberar los gases acumulados en tu organismo durante la comida. Términos Relacionados: "remedios para los gases" "remedios caseros para los gases" "como eliminar los gases" "como explusar los gases" "remedio para gases" "como eliminar los gases apestosos" "como eliminar los gases del estomago remedios caseros" "como eliminar los gases despues de una cirugia" "como eliminar los gases durante el embarazo" "como eliminar los gases estomacales" "como eliminar los gases estomacales naturalmente" "como eliminar los gases intestinales de forma natural" "como expulsar los gases" "como expulsar los gases de la barriga" "como expulsar los gases de un bebe" "como expulsar los gases del bebe" "como expulsar los gases del cuerpo" "como expulsar los gases del intestino" "como expulsar los gases en el embarazo" "como expulsar los gases estomacales" "como expulsar los gases intestinales" "como expulsar los gases rapidamente" "remedio para gases de bebe" "remedio para gases en el estomago" "remedio para gases estomacales" "remedio para gases intestinais" "remedio para gases intestinales" "remedio para gases presos" "remedio para gases y estomago inflamado" "remedios caseros para los gases acumulados" "remedios caseros para los gases apestosos" "remedios caseros para los gases despues de una cesarea" "remedios caseros para los gases en adultos" "remedios caseros para los gases en bebes" "remedios caseros para los gases en la espalda" "remedios caseros para los gases estomacales" "remedios caseros para los gases intestinales" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBYIX6k8l3I
Views: 718894 Diana Cifuentes
Coal vs. Natural Gas in Pennsylvania
 
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Bucknell University Environmental ResCollege 2015 Group project (there were multiple groups, we were only one of the groups) When you can incorporate Lord of the Rings into a legitimate school project, it makes all those long days in the editing lab worth it.
Views: 144 Deborah Mills
Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) value chain
 
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An animation describing the full LNG value chain of production, liquefaction, transportation, and regasification.
Views: 184355 ExxonMobil

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