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Pittsburgh TribLive: Drillers explore ‘groundbreaking’ fracking technique.

The mere fact that the risk is higher doesn‘t necessarily mean fracking needs to be prohibited,” Anderson said. “But in an area where the risk is higher, clearly, regulators need to require more information about the geology, and they need to take a close look at what the technical plan is for fracking.” This is what gets me. How would you go about permeating a so-called impermeable rock layer? With explosive pressure events, perhaps? And now they want to do it shallow. Good grief.

01/22/13 • 12:19 PM • EnvironmentalPoliticsScience • No Comments


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