Encana Says EPA Erred in Finding Fracking Chemicals in Water
Encana Corp., Canada's largest natural-gas producer by volume, said the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency made errors when it reported that chemicals used in extracting gas through hydraulic fracturing were found in a drinking-water aquifer in Wyoming.
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