November 9, 2012

Enviros Press EPA on Fracking

Mark Drajem , Bloomberg Businessweek


ProPublica

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency should force oil and natural-gas producers to disclose the chemicals they release during drilling, hydraulic fracturing, compressing and storage, environmental groups said.

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TAGGED: Natural Gas, Fracking, Epa, Environmental Activists

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