Friday Jun 14
Fracking water falls short
June 13--KALKASKA -- Truckloads of municipal water recently were carted to a Kalkaska County natural gas well when there wasn't enough groundwater to fracture the bedrock.
Watchdog group says 'fracking' operation in Kalkaska County is forced to buy municipal water
An oil and gas well being "fracked" in Kalkaska County is taking more water than is available on site, forcing the well operators to buy truckloads of water from nearby municipalities, an environmental watchdog group said Wednesday, June 5. Encana Oil and Gas Inc.'s plan to draw up to 8.4 million gallons of water from on-site wells at its Rapid ... (more)
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