Report: Kalkaska frack wells use 42M gallons water

Associated Press: Three deep fracking wells exploring for natural gas in northwestern lower Michigan's Kalkaska County have used 42 million gallons of water in the past two years. The Traverse City Record-Eagle ( ) says it calculated the water use from public documents and interviews. The wells are run by Encana Oil & Gas wells in Excelsior Township, about 25 miles east of Traverse City. Paul Brady lives a few miles from the wells and says he and others are concerned about the "gigantic water......

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