Ty Edwards, assistant manager of the Middle Pecos Groundwater Conservation District, points out brackish water flowing from one of several abandoned wells — originally drilled for oil, but later used for irrigation — that no state agency plans to plug.
Ty Edwards, assistant manager of the Middle Pecos Groundwater Conservation District, points out brackish water flowing from one of several abandoned wells — originally drilled for oil, but later used for irrigation — that no state agency plans to plug. Rafael Aguilera The Texas Tribune
Ty Edwards, assistant manager of the Middle Pecos Groundwater Conservation District, points out brackish water flowing from one of several abandoned wells — originally drilled for oil, but later used for irrigation — that no state agency plans to plug. Rafael Aguilera The Texas Tribune

Abandoned Texas oil wells seen as ‘ticking time bombs’ of contamination

December 22, 2016 01:52 PM