I’m in the industry, and I agree that it’s a fairly reasonable and balanced presentation, though a bit lightweight.
The only real environmental issue is the water demand, and the industry is addressing that issue.
However, there are some watermelons who intentionally use blatantly deceptive propaganda to ban fraccing entirely. The presenter avoids calling them out in his conclusion. But, he’s right that fraccing is here to stay.
I, too, am in the business. Like you, I found it balanced but light. However, I don’t share your optimism that it’s here to stay. I suspect the communists in DC will eventually outlaw or tax it into oblivion. It’s to save the children, ya know. /s
When will NY allow it