Engineering Better Fracking Practices (Tue Tip)


Engineering Degree logoWant a good, fairly neutral, place to send your clients & friends when they ask you to explain hyrdraulic fracturing to them?  Maybe you want your own refresher course?  Then check out this article, Engineering Better Fracking Practices, from the folks at the website Engineer Degree dot net. 
While you are there, check out their Engineering Blog & their Engineering Resources pages for some interesting links and tips.  I’ve added their extensive list of Engineering-related links to this blog’s Resources page.
If you are new here or haven’t been in awhile, do check out my Resources page for an easy reference to handy links you may find useful.  If there are other links you think should be included, drop me a note.


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