Friday, December 21, 2012

Around the Water Cooler: An Update on EPA’s Hydraulic Fracturing Study

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12/21/2012 03:02 PM EST

By Katie Wagner Hydraulic fracturing is a horizontal drilling technique used to release natural gas and oil from underground reserves. In 2010, natural gas provided 25% of the energy for residential and industrial use in the U.S. The country has vast reserves of natural gas and the nation's clean energy future relies on it. The [...]

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