Linda Gorton and Larry Warren talk to Louis Meeks of Pavillion, Wyoming, where the well on his 40-acre alfalfa farm in central Wyoming went bad after an oil company employed hydraulic fracturing (hydrofracking) 500 feet from his home.
The hydrofracking discussion continues with input from Leon Daniel, former President and CEO of Ivanhoe Energy Inc. Leon has over 40 years experience as a petroleum engineer with Occidental Oil and Gas. Also contributing to the discussion is Dusty Horwitt, Senior Public Lands Analyst for Environmental Working Group. Dusty leads EWG’s investigations of oil and gas drilling and metal mining on public lands.
The final guest is Robert K. Wittman, founder of the FBI’s Art Crime Team, who talks about his book, PRICELESS: How I Went Undercover to Rescue the World’s Stolen Art.