Government Study (Once Again) Shows Fracking Does Not Harm Drinking Water Daily Caller The Energy Department has released a study that once again shows that hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is not harming drinking water supplies in the Marcellus...
Troubling “Directive 83” Could Create Precedent for Drilling in Manitoba by Dennis LeNeveu, January 11, 2014, v.24. no. 1, Eco Journal. 2014 01 Troubling Directive 83 Could Create Precedent for Drilling in Manitoba by ...
Borrowing technology from fracking, energy companies are touting a new approach to coal—igniting it underground to produce gas. Is it cleaner, or just more risky? (The UK is the world's Underground Coal Gasification (#UCG) guinea-pig.
Straight.com B.C. government flips on environment rules Globalnews.ca The Liberal government passed the order in council that would have meant natural gas plants producing so-called “sweet gas” would have been exempt from automatic environmental...
Two recently released reports appear to add weight to fears that the natural-gas extraction process of hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” can contaminate aquifers and other sources of fresh water for homes and towns.
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