The US government s most comprehensive examination of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and drinking water, which spanned four years, concluded that fracking, as it is being carried out and regulated, is not a threat to drinking water.
The Obama administration issued rules for hydraulic fracturing (fracking) on federal land on Friday, which were met with criticism from both sides of the issue.
ACSH s Dr. Gil Ross spoke at length last night on an upstate New York radio program, dissecting the December decision by Gov. Cuomo to ban fracking in the state. Ross s opinions were acerbic, to say the least.
Dr. Gilbert Ross in Syracuse.com, January 26, 2015. After putting off the decision during his self-imposed four-year "moratorium," Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced last month that New York State will ban hydraulic fracturing
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Among the many nonsensical agenda-driven attacks on fracking, the allegation that the process produces dangerous radiation is among the more ludicrous. Now the PA environmental agency agrees.
Sound advice on fracking from an unexpected source: Obama s Secretary of the Interior, Sally Jewell, castigated those towns, counties and even one particular state for banning hydraulic fracturing, based on politics and fear, not science and certainly not economics.
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The latest health news: Some STD rates down, but many still go unreported, a shout out to a cogent Forbes article on fracking, and remember Dr. Oz's advice? Forget it.
Governor Cuomo s recent ban on natural gas production by hydraulic fracturing has dire implications of the state s energy future, says James Conca in Forbes.
After putting off the decision during his self-imposed four-year moratorium, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday that New York will ban hydraulic fracturing (fracking). New York is now the first state with significant natural gas resources to ban fracking.