Though the water may be above the gas, when the cheaply done cement
sleeve fails, the gas will come up through the water. Big oil does what
it wants, then leaves. Water supply ruined? They'll truck in water for
you, maybe. Methane gas now coming out of your tap and it wasn't there
before? 600 different chemicals pumped into the ground and much of it
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On 3/24/2014 12:18 PM, Chuck Norcutt wrote:
> Your comment is correct but so is mine.
> Chuck Norcutt
> On 3/24/2014 12:02 PM, Mike Lazzari wrote:
>>> But a properly drilled fracking well can't pollute water
>>> wells since the fracking well will be many thousands of feet below the
>>> well water.
>> Sources? This is an hypothesis. There isn't enough data on it one way
>> or the other. It seems a fair statement on its face but there is plenty
>> of evidence of contaminated ground water. So the real question is, "Can
>> the oil companies be trusted to frack in a way such that the ground
>> water is protected?". At this point in time the answer is clearly a
>> resounding, No! They have been dragging their feet, kicking and
>> screaming just to divulge the chemicals injected into the wells. Kinda
>> makes meaningful unbiased science difficult.
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