From ArchDaily: Jason Lamb, a recent graduate from London’s Bartlett School of Architecture, has developed a project which centres around the legacy of hydraulic fracturing in the British coastal city.
Wide-field image showing the region of WR 25 and This cluster is embedded within the Carina Nebula, an immense cauldron of gas and dust that lies approximately 7500 light-years from Earth in the constellation of Carina, the Keel. by CarolinaBarbosa
student: Jason Lamb university: The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL location: London, UK degree: MArch advisor: CJ Lim and Bernd Felsinger project title: FRACKPOOL: The Legacy of Hydraulic Fracturing in Blackpool
Fracking is technique for extracting natural gas by fracturing rock, and making it easier for the natural gas to flow through. This makes the difficult to reach oil wells reachable. It was offered the US gas security for about 100 years.