Hazy Guidance Over Fracking Water Lines Confounds Commissioners and Cowboys
Filed by KOSU News in State Impact.
December 19, 2013
Hydraulic fracturing and modern oil and gas drilling use a lot of water, a commodity that’s in short supply in northwestern Oklahoma’s booming oilfield. To get their water, energy companies lay temporary pipelines atop private property, but a county commissioner and a class-action lawsuit are raising questions about the common practice. Driving down a stretch [...]
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