US Environmental Protection Agency implicates hydraulic fracturing in ground water contamination in Wyoming, US

A list of articles on the recent findings from the US Environmental Protection Agency. On 8 December, the EPA announced for the first time that hydraulic fracturing – a process used in shale gas development – may be to blame for contaminating ground water in Pavillion, Wymoing.

 

via MSNBC: EPA: ‘Fracking’ Likely Polluted Town’s Water

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via The Associated Press: EPA Theorizes Fracking-Pollution Link

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via CBS News: EPA Suspects Fracking Linked to Pollution

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via Ars Technica: How the EPA Linked “fracking” to Contaminated Well Water

http://arstechnica.com/science/news/2011/12/how-the-epa-linked-fracking-to-contaminated-well-water.ars/1

via New York Daily News: Hydrofracking Push in New York May Be Derailed By Contaminated Water in Wyoming

http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/hydrofacking-push-york-derailed-contaminated-water-wyoming-article-1.989828#ixzz1gWABgc2d

via Forbes Magazine: Fracking Does Contaminate Groundwater – Carry On Drilling Regardless

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