Fracking controversy heats up with well water contamination

Jan 10, 2014
Fracking is a drilling process that injects millions of gallons of water, sand and chemicals under high pressure to free up gas or oil trapped deep underground by cracking shale formations. That technique and horizontal drilling have tapped vast oil and gas resources in the United States.

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