January 12, 2012

Fracking Is Too Dangerous For New York

George Koeppel, New York Daily News


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Last August in Denver during the keynote speech at an energy industry conference, Dave Lesar, the CEO of Halliburton, conducted a remarkable demonstration: drinking from a glass of hydraulic fracturing fluid. This was done apparently to prove how safe fracking fluid is, for people individually, underground water supplies particularly and the environment generally. . .

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