EPA says fracking may be to blame in groundwater pollution at Wyoming gas field
Dec 8, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Brandon Sun
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Thursday for the first time that fracking - a controversial method of improving the productivity of oil and gas wells - may be to blame for causing groundwater pollution.
The ‘F’ word
Politicians, Lawyers and clerks have NO IDEA!
By Dwight Baker
The simple cure for fixing the ground water invasions of natural gas and fracturing fluids and gases is the following.
I have invented the TOP SIDE COLLIDER a product processes and methods to be used during the first drilling of a well. A special proprietary water sensitive bonding agent is used to bind to the pipe the drilled hole and the fresh water sands.
Once done, the fresh water sands will be safe from the ‘F’ word or fracturing process used today.
Whogives a rats ass about Wyoming water anyway? Frac all you want in Wyoming so long as it produces.There is no energy policy anyway so let some other generation clean up this crap as long as its not in my backyard.
I don't think that there is too much concern over pollution of the ground water in remote parts of Wyoming but this is in the town of Pavillion. I also think that the key here is that this is a milestone where the EPA has come together for the first time to blame fracking on ground water pollution. This may open up a can of worms in other locations where legal representatives are just waiting for their opportunity to make a buck.
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