The other day while meeting with a journalist, my client fielded what some would consider a “softball” question.
“Do you think we are being silly, to be so concerned with fracking and its impacts?”
The answer? Done responsibly and with the proper regulation, fracking has proven to be good for the national economy, lucrative for regions across the country and essential to the United States achieving its goal of energy independence.
The reporter nodded and the interview continued.
We fielded the same question in the next meeting and in the one after that. Clearly, this was one of the KEY questions of the day.
In reality, this wasn’t a softball question at all. These reporters were based in London, where the issue of hydraulic drilling was– and still is – being…