Study Links Methane In Water To Gas Extraction

National Public Radio: Reporting in the journal PNAS, researchers say drinking water containing potentially hazardous methane levels has been found near natural gas wells in Pennsylvania and New York. Ira Flatow and guests discuss the study, and its implications for "fracking" for natural gas. Up next this hour, the debate over natural gas fracking is on the front burner again. Fracking, to remind you, is a relatively new way of getting natural gas out of the ground, in which a well is drilled deep into rock, and then......

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