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  In 2013, the oil and gas industry made much ado about the film FrackNation. Widely touted by pro-frackers as a truthful and realistic response to Josh Fox’s Gasland, the film was even screened in South Africa by local, pro-fracking, freelance journalist, Ivo Vegter.

The Irish filmmaker, Phelim McAleer who directed FrackNation, thus established, at least in the opinion of some, a degree of knowledge surrounding shale gas mining. McAleer in fact claimed to have knowledge of fracking in two continents over a number of years.

As it transpired, McAleer’s grasp of the fracking debate would soon be under the spotlight. In August of 2013, the filmmaker posted an article, titled: Ten Big Fat Lies About Fracking. The article, picked up by various media, portrayed those opposed to fracking as liars. McAleer perhaps failed to grasp that he was actually tangling himself in a web of deceit and showcasing his lack of factual understanding of the technology. TKAG CEO, Jonathan Deal, responded to McAleer’s statements in a hard-hitting article on

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