Restoring land around abandoned oil and gas wells would free up millions of acres of forests, farmlands and grasslands
President Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan proposes to spend US$16 billion plugging old oil and gas wells and cleaning up abandoned mines. But there’s no authoritative measure of how many of these sites exist across the nation.
Curtis Shuck, Chairman of the Well Done Foundation (WDF), has made it his mission to qualify, adopt, and plug orphaned wells across the United States. This week, he’s joining Assaad on Insight Out to talk about how the WDF is striking a balance between environment, industry, and community.
Horse & Style Magazine interviews the WDF’s Kerri Kent about why she’s chosen to get involved in the fight against climate change.