The state Department of Environmental Quality has updated its regulations of hydraulic fracturing or “fracking,” a technique for extracting natural gas and oil from deep underground.
Low prices for gas and high costs of retrieving it from deep rock offer little incentive for major development.
The state Department of Environmental Quality this week issued a violation notice to Encana Oil and Gas.
Proposed legislation would tighten regulation on a process known as “fracking.”
Despite the Safe Drinking Water Act, you and your family may be drinking dirty water.
Pat Hartzel traveled to Lansing to voice her opposition to fracking, a process of extracting natural gas from miles underground through high-volume horizontal hydraulic fracturing.
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