13 thoughts on “How Did Fracked American Shale Gas Become the Solution To Puerto Rico’s Electrical Nightmare?

  1. My sentiments exactly Lori. What’s even worse is when the corporate media completely omits certain stories (like this one for example). LNG (liquified natural gas) is an extremely dangerous technology, especially in an area like Puerto Rico with an unstable electrical supply. LNG has to be maintained at 400 degrees below zero or it explodes – this has happened in several places when power has failed.

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  2. Just a suggestion to help my fellow U.S. citizens who are going through the greatest disaster in my memory, why not immediately assign the Army Corps of Engineers to rebuild the long neglected infrastructure of Puerto Rico? Also, use this as an opportunity to hire Puerto Ricans at fair wages for help and apprenticeships in the work?


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