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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Report clears fracking blowout at Chesapeake Energy Drill in Pennsylvania

A 179-page report prepared by the SAIC shows "no environmental impact" from a massive "blowout" in April at Chesapeake Energy's Atgas wellsite in Pennsylvania. "This accident was among the most serious that can happen during the completion of an onshore shale-gas well. Yet nobody was injured, the public was never in danger, and there was no lasting impact on the environment, as the analysis shows."

"The safety of hydraulic fracturing is well-documented, with zero confirmed cases of groundwater contamination in 1 million applications over 60 years."

Read the New York Post article in it's entirety by clicking the link below
Report clears fracking--Karen Moreau -

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