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Water & Fracking

EPA acknowledges fracking can impact drinking water resources "under some circumstances."
Stabilization of oil & gas prices has reignited interest in hydraulic fracturing and the associated US$6 billion per year opportunity for water management. But the impact of unconventional oil & gas on water strategies in the U.S. is more significant. We are looking at more widespread impacts, including abandoned coal mine drainage, coal ash storage, greenfield power plants because of fuel switching, and shifts in American manufacturing.
Reese Tisdale, President Bluefield Research
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