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Excerpt from the article: "In all, 169 samples were collected between September and October, and more than 15,000 concentrations were measured.
In the point source testing of 66 active well sites, 31 had no detectable emissions, and of those that did, only the two sites were above minimum thresholds set by the EPA and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
More detailed analysis of over 100 sites is pending, Gange said.
Seven active compressor sites and one gas-processing plant tested were also below minimum standards."
Sunday, February 13, 2011
Check out the entire Energy In Depth article by clicking the following link.
Saturday, February 12, 2011
By Gene Powell, Publisher/Editor – Powell Barnett Shale Newsletter©
In depth research conducted by the Powell Barnett Shale Newsletter finds some interesting revelations regarding water wells drilled 5 years prior to gas exploration in the Barnett Shale. These are the same water wells in which the EPA has targeted Range Resources with charges of methane contamination. The entire article (courtesy of the Powell Barnett Shale Newsletter) can be read by clicking the following direct link to the Adobe Acrobat file.
2-11-2011 No Credible Evidence Supports EPA Order Against Range