The documentary ‘Breaking Free’ by Chris Faulkner uncovers ‘Fracking’ myths

This post was first published on Examiner.com Thanks for sharing. Most Los Angeles drivers have switch to small gas-guzzling cars fearing higher gasoline prices at the pump. And they should, LA has the highest in the country, 80 cents more than any other city. But, like the rest of the country they’re still on the…

Oil Drilling Movie From ‘Frack Master’ Now Available

“There was so much misinformation from the environmentalists and those who oppose fracking, that I decided we needed to take a stand. Our culture relates to videos and films more than anything, so this was a natural for us to produce and get behind it,” Chris Faulkner said.

Frackmaster Chris Faulkner Featured On International Satellite Media Tour

Dallas, Texas – April 6, 2015 – Chris Faulkner, the outspoken pro-fracking CEO of Breitling Energy Corporation (OTCBB: BECC) will appear in 16 consecutive media interviews from New York City tomorrow Tuesday, (Ap[ril 7, 2015) as part of a satellite media tour. Faulkner will be discussing the status of the Iranian nuclear sanction negotiations, the…

Breitling Energy CEO Chris Faulkner to speak on Prestigious OPEC Global Impact Panel

“When OPEC’s Secretary General says he thinks oil has hit a bottom, then in the next sentence says what is happening could create a price boomerang to upwards of $200 per barrel oil, that is certainly worth investigating in a discussion on this level,” Breitling Energy Corporation CEO, Chris Faulkner said.

Chris Faulkner at 49th Texas Legislative Conference.

Houston, Tx comes alive Wednesday with the World Affairs Council discussing OPEC, Oil Prices and the Global Impact – Chris Faulkner, CEO, Breightling keynotes event

“America needs to step up fracking, oil and gas exploration and job creation to move the USA to less dependence on OPEC,” CEO, Chris Faulkner, Breitling Energy Corporation.

Breitling Energy’s CEO Chris Faulkner To Panel Texas Legislative Conference

“People are learning now just how critical this is to the state, these communities, and particularly our school districts. In Denton, for example, there is substantial lost revenue to the schools that has to be picked up by the rest of the state, and that’s just not workable,” Chris Faulkner said.