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Insurance Coverage Related to Oil and Natural Gas Fracking; Finding Coverage For Fiduciary Liability Claims; and What’s the Difference Between an Insurance Certificate and an Additional Insured?
Excerpt from Insurance Coverage Related to Oil and Natural Gas Fracking -
So, if a homeowner claims that her water supply was contaminated by “fracking”, a technique used to obtain shale gas from deep bedrock by horizontal drilling and injecting fluids, primarily water and sand, creating vein-like fractures that allow for enhanced gas extraction), do the oil and natural gas companies responsible for the drilling have insurance coverage for such claims?
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