By Seth Thomas, Ice Miller LLP
Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released a preliminary draft of its multi-year study assessing the potential impact on drinking water resources of hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas. Check out one recent article about some of the questions that have been raised about this 600-page report. (The executive summary is 28 pages.) Reaction to the report has been varied with industry groups praising it and environmental groups criticizing the contents.
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