Of course we at Oilfield1 love our environment & we are totally for green energy, renewable energy, alternative energy or what ever you want to call it. But the reality is the world cannot yet produce enough green energy to keep up with the energy demands of today’s society. It may be 50 – 100 years or more before renewable energy will be able to produce even half of the world’s energy, no one really knows.

With that being said, if you are anti oilfield, drilling, fracking & pipeline. Before you go rant on social media on your plastic computer or smart phone (which your on right now) or drive your gas-powered car across the country to go protest, yell at or threaten the proud hard-working men and women in the oil & gas industry. Be sure you rid yourself and your household of all the following products, which all happen to be made of petroleum or better known as good ol’ black gold.

Quick Facts:

  • Fracking is really spelled “Fracing or Fracturing” (we just made title protester friendly)
  • One 42-gallon barrel of oil creates 19.4 gallons of gasoline. The rest (over half) is used to make things like:
olvents Diesel fuel Motor Oil Bearing Grease
Ink Floor Wax Ballpoint Pens Football Cleats
Upholstery Sweaters Boats Insecticides
Bicycle Tires Sports Car Bodies Nail Polish Fishing lures
Dresses Tires Golf Bags Perfumes
Cassettes Dishwasher parts Tool Boxes Shoe Polish
Motorcycle Helmet Caulking Petroleum Jelly Transparent Tape
CD Player Faucet Washers Antiseptics Clothesline
Curtains Food Preservatives Basketballs Soap
Vitamin Capsules Antihistamines Purses Shoes
Dashboards Cortisone Deodorant Footballs
Putty Dyes Panty Hose Refrigerant
Percolators Life Jackets Rubbing Alcohol Linings
Skis TV Cabinets Shag Rugs Electrician’s Tape
Tool Racks Car Battery Cases Epoxy Paint
Mops Slacks Insect Repellent Oil Filters
Umbrellas Yarn Fertilizers Hair Coloring
Roofing Toilet Seats Fishing Rods Lipstick
Denture Adhesive Linoleum Ice Cube Trays Synthetic Rubber
Speakers Plastic Wood Electric Blankets Glycerin
Tennis Rackets Rubber Cement Fishing Boots Dice
Nylon Rope Candles Trash Bags House Paint
Water Pipes Hand Lotion Roller Skates Surf Boards
Shampoo Wheels Paint Rollers Shower Curtains
Guitar Strings Luggage Aspirin Safety Glasses
Antifreeze Football Helmets Awnings Eyeglasses
Clothes Toothbrushes Ice Chests Footballs
Combs CD’s & DVD’s Paint Brushes Detergents
Vaporizers Balloons Sun Glasses Tents
Heart Valves Crayons Parachutes Telephones
Enamel Pillows Dishes Cameras
Anesthetics Artificial Turf Artificial limbs Bandages
Dentures Model Cars Folding Doors Hair Curlers
Cold cream Movie film Soft Contact lenses Drinking Cups
Fan Belts Car Enamel Shaving Cream Ammonia
Refrigerators Golf Balls Toothpaste Gasoline

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  1. I’m against the corporate giants and the government trampling over the rights of the Native Americans, feeling as if their land, especially sacred land, is open season. I also feel much more needs to be done to protect our environment BEFORE the accidents happen. Someone is making mistakes that have caused horrible environmental catastrophes that we have seen via the media over the past few years. Those are the ones we’ve only been made aware of. I’m sure there are many more accidents that aren’t as “catastrophic” as what we seen, that have done damage our water tables, our waterways and our land, being hidden from the public! There is a gag order on the EPA. Doesn’t that speak volumes? It does to me. So to be FAIR about this statement, I’m not ANTI anything. Just fix what is already wrong.

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