The UTA study found elevated levels of numerous metals and chemical compounds associated with hydraulic fracturing in the Barnett Shale, but stopped short of identifying drilling as the source of contamination.
The UTA study found elevated levels of numerous metals and chemical compounds associated with hydraulic fracturing in the Barnett Shale, but stopped short of identifying drilling as the source of contamination. David Kent Star-Telegram/David Kent
The UTA study found elevated levels of numerous metals and chemical compounds associated with hydraulic fracturing in the Barnett Shale, but stopped short of identifying drilling as the source of contamination. David Kent Star-Telegram/David Kent

Study finds elevated levels of metals, chemicals in Barnett Shale water samples

June 17, 2015 09:27 PM

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