1. Shell - Natural Gas


    from Danny Maas / Added

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    Client: Shell Creative: Anthony Van Roosendael Director: Danny Maas D.O.P.: Reinout Steenhuizen Producer: Anne Koopmanschap

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    • Diverse Generation Portfolio


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      January 2012 Update for Board Meeting

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      • Fracking Paradise


        from Morgan Myers / Added

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        This footage was taken in the heart of natural gas country, Lycoming County, PA. See how fracking has compromised the local environment, landscape, and quality of life.

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        • Gas Rush Stories, part 5: A Neighbor


          from Kirsi Jansa / Added

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          Gas Rush Stories is a series of short documentaries about natural gas drilling in Pennsylvania. In the 5th chapter of Gas Rush Stories Pam Judy from Carmichaels, Greene County, tells about her family's experiences living close to a compressor station. Legal Director Joe Osborne from GASP, Group Against Smog and Pollution, explains about the air emissions coming from the shale gas industry. Watch also: Gas Rush Stories Extra: Joe Osborne, GASP, https://vimeo.com/38794879 MORE INFO ON GAS RUSH STORIES: www.gasrushstories.com

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          • Sun River Energy


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            Sun River Energy is developing natural gas and other hydrocarbon resources in lease areas in Texas and New Mexico. While the Company is focusing on East and West Texas they are also developing resources on nearly 223,000 thousand gross acres in New Mexico. The web site is www.sunriverenergy.com and the ticker symbol on the OTC Bulletin Board is SNRV. This interview with Steve Crowley for the current WallStreetCast program is with Don Schmidt, Sun River's CEO.

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            • Ohio Pushing Natural Gas Exploration


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              Ohio, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania are homes to huge deposits of natural gas and shale oil known as the Uttica. These areas, and Eastern Ohio in particular, have experienced a major boom to their respective economies. It has been called a "game changer" with upwards of 200,000 jobs being created by serious interest in the Uttica. Industry giants like Exxon-Mobil have invested heavily in the future of these deposits and look to further their energy aquisitions in the region. Recent technology known as fracturing or "fracking" has allowed for prolific exploration. An official EPA analysis of fracking has concluded there is very little threat to ground water and no scientific evidence to date points towards earthquakes being caused by fracking either. Do you want to sell or lease your minerals? Contact Geodek at geodek.com/contact

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              • The Promise and Problems of Shale Gas


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                Tapping the energy stored in a rock formation called the Marcellus Shale has been an economic boon to Pennsylvania, but is the state paying an environmental price? In this special report, energyNOW! Chief Correspondent Tyler Suiters interviews residents of Bradford County in northern Pennsylvania, the heart of the Marcellus Shale. The residents blame nearby gas drilling for methane contamination in their water wells, while the energy companies say they aren't responsible. One family tells Suiters they are ready to leave Pennsylvania for good because of their water problems. Suiters also meets a doctor from the University of Pennsylvania who is searching for potential links between gas drilling and health complaints. Suiters speaks to another Bradford County resident who says income from shale-gas production saved his family farm. In the county seat of Towanda, a restaurant owner says booming shale-gas production has revived the local economy. A local politician agrees, saying the community has benefited from the jobs and higher salaries offered by the shale-gas industry. But he cautions that rural Bradford County isn't getting enough tax revenue from the gas industry to cope with the influx of people and heavy equipment. He also says he's worried about the impact of drilling on the area's water quality. Suiters explains the combination of hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking," and horizontal drilling that makes the surge in shale-gas production possible. While energy companies say shale-gas drilling doesn't threaten water quality, Suiters speaks to an engineering professor who says industry officials and regulators are understating the risks. He also interviews the current and former heads of Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection about the industry's safety record and the millions of dollars in settlements and fines levied against drilling companies. Note: energyNOW!'s initial support comes from the American Clean Skies Foundation, which is funded in part by Chesapeake Energy. energyNOW! is editorially independent – neither the foundation nor its backers control what we say or do.

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                • Ed Moore of Detroit Public TV: Making a compelling story about the future of energy


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                  Ed Moore of Detroit Public Television discusses the motivations behind their two-part series "Beyond the Light Switch." He explores the challenges of making a documentary about the future of electricity both compelling and educational. Original Story: http://www.beyondthelightswitch.com/

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                  • Karl Miller on US Energy Policy


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                    Interview excerpt with Karl W. Miller of NEAH Energy on present day U.S. Energy Policy

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                    • Gas Station Pump Display - Series of 2


                      from Matthew Butler / Added

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                      Download this video here: http://goo.gl/m95Qw This is two 1920×1080 HD Motion Graphic videos of a close up LED Display that are found at gas pump service stations that shows you how much money and how much gasoline you are buying. There are two different types of videos included to provide you with more than one display and layout option depending on your needs. This could be shown as prices of gas in specific cities, actually pumping gas, wasting money sitting in rush hour traffic, fuel prices increasing, etc.

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