It’s no secret that your engine can run on gas, but a new technology called hydraulic fracturing can give you an idea of how your engine is working.
For a number of years, it’s been widely used to drill into a rock and remove oil and gas trapped there.
The process is a huge source of waste.
But now, the technology has been developed to create oil and natural gas.
In fact, hydraulic fracturing is already used to make hydrocarbons.
The difference between fracking and fracking-to-gas is that hydraulic fracturing requires much less water than fracking-with-gas.
In other words, there’s less wastewater.
This technology can also be used to cut down on the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere.
“It’s a big opportunity,” said Steve Lattanzio, a senior petroleum engineer with the California Energy Commission.
“Hydraulic fracturing will reduce the amount [of greenhouse gas] emissions by about 50 percent over the next 15 years.”
What’s more, it is the cheapest and most environmentally friendly way to drill for oil and produce gas.
So, it will probably be the one to go.
In the United States, hydraulic fracking is the most common way of extracting oil and producing gas.
About 75 percent of all shale gas in the United State is produced using hydraulic fracturing.
But the technology is becoming increasingly popular around the world.
The technology is also a major part of the energy transition in the U.S. and elsewhere, including Europe.
The fracking boom has led to a boom in hydraulic fracturing jobs, which have surged since 2008.
“There’s been a tremendous amount of growth in the oil and other oil and oil and chemical products industries in the last few years, especially in the gas and oil extraction industries,” Lattantzio said.
“We’re seeing the same kind of thing happening with hydraulic fracturing.”
What does hydraulic fracturing look like?
It’s pretty simple.
A drill press is used to tap oil and water and break it apart.
The oil and chemicals are then poured into a chamber called a “well.”
After the gas is injected into the well, the gas gets injected into a pipeline to be pumped out.
A large section of the well is then sealed with concrete to hold the gas.
The end result is a natural gas or oil production well.
“You’re going to see a boom of oil and shale gas extraction,” said David R. Hogg, president and CEO of the California Petroleum Commission.
Hogs oil and energy industry group says that hydraulic fracking has helped boost the state’s economy and create thousands of new jobs.
“When you look at how much our economy has grown since the advent of hydraulic fracturing, it looks like a win-win,” Hogg said.
He’s referring to the economic boost the drilling process brings to California.
Oil and gas production has been growing for the past 10 years.
But in the first quarter of 2020, the industry contracted for the first time since the beginning of the shale boom in 2009.
The decline in oil and fracking employment is one of the reasons why the state is in the midst of a severe economic downturn, according to the U:S.
Department of Energy.
“The job loss we’ve seen is very important to us,” said Lattanza.
The state’s unemployment rate is currently 7.5 percent.
The number of people seeking work in the energy industry is now at a record high, with an unemployment rate of 25.8 percent.
So far, fracking jobs have been booming.
The industry is currently employing about 5,000 people.
Higg said the industry is going to continue to grow because it’s a very low-margin, high-skill, low-risk industry.
The majority of the jobs are low-paying, low pay.
The biggest benefit of fracking is that it gives you the ability to drill anywhere in the country.
Hagg said the company is in talks with other states about expansion.