Guest post by David Middleton
This is the promised sequel to More Fracking Lies from the EPA.
The EPA’s new report on fracking can be downloaded here:
Most of this report deals with everything other than fracking.
The only section directly relevant to fracking is “Well Injection.”
The report supposedly supports this statement:
“There are instances when hyrdofracking has impacted drinking water resources. That’s an important conclusion, an important consideration for moving forward,” said Thomas Burke, a deputy assistant administrator and science adviser at the EPA, on a call with reporters Tuesday.
What evidence does the EPA present to support this pack of lies?
Let’s go to Chapter 6 of the EPA report, “Well Injection”…
Production wells are sited and designed…
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