Preliminary findings of an EPA study released in June concluded that fracking does not causes widespread harm to drinking water. A natural gas rig shown near downtown Fort Worth in 2011.
Preliminary findings of an EPA study released in June concluded that fracking does not causes widespread harm to drinking water. A natural gas rig shown near downtown Fort Worth in 2011. David Kent Star-Telegram/David Kent
Preliminary findings of an EPA study released in June concluded that fracking does not causes widespread harm to drinking water. A natural gas rig shown near downtown Fort Worth in 2011. David Kent Star-Telegram/David Kent