Methane Sources in Pennsylvania Ground Water
June 25, 2013 | National Ground Water Association
"The findings of a new study in the journal Groundwater® suggest that methane concentrations in Susquehanna County water wells in Pennsylvania can be explained without the migration of Marcellus shale gas due to hydraulic fracturing." Quoted from the publication press release.
Recycling Hydraulic Fracturing Water
November 13, 2013 | FuelFix.com
The Texas drought caused many drillers to reevaluate their sources of water. Many of them are now processing their water to remove dissolved and suspended materials and reusing it to fracture their next well.
Earthquakes Cause ODNR to Halt Drilling
March 16, 2014 | Columbus Dispatch
On Monday, March 10th two small earthquakes in eastern Ohio (M2.6 and M3.0) prompted the Ohio Department of Natural Resources to halt operations at seven nearby gas wells. Industry responded that hundreds of wells have been drilled in the Utica Shale using hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling without incident.
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