Hydrocarbon plume still a mystery

Hydrocarbon plume still a mystery

There are 1 comment on the Glenwood Springs Post-Independent story from Mar 24, 2013, titled Hydrocarbon plume still a mystery. In it, Glenwood Springs Post-Independent reports that:

PARACHUTE, Colorado - A plume of unidentified liquid hydrocarbon compounds, found near Parachute Creek on March 8, continued on Friday to bedevil industry, state and federal attempts to identify the liquids and locate the source of a suspected pipeline leak.

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Anonymous

United States

#1 Mar 24, 2013
They cannot control this monster. These oil and gas wells are dangerous and unpredictable. Who knows what these wells will turn into 10, 20, 30 years from now.

And these bastards expect us to have these wells next to our homes. We must fight this. They have no right to risk destroying our homes.

Hammer your legislators with emails, phone calls, and personal visits to put a moratorium on fracking and demand comprehensive impact studies by 3rd parties.

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