Study measuring methane leaks at fracking wells doesn't see big global warming implications
A new study finds that the process of drilling and fracking for natural gas doesn't seem to spew immense amounts of the greenhouse gas methane into the air, as has been feared.
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#1 Sep 17, 2013
The issue for fracking is more water contamination. Good news is that they are starting to 'standardize' the fracking fluid to eliminate useless or toxic chemicals. Now, if they could only seal the well bores properly.
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