Fracking Did Not Sully Aquifers, Limited Study Finds

New York Times: A new study enters the debate over the safety of hydraulic fracturing: researchers report that naturally occurring paths in the rock bed in northeastern Pennsylvania allowed some contaminants to migrate into shallow drinking aquifers. They found no direct connection between the contamination and shale-gas drilling operations in the region, however. "The good news is there is no direct link between this finding with saline water and shell gas extraction," said Avner Vengosh, a geochemist at Duke......

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