Is Fracking Safe?

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From landowners to environmentalists, there is a great deal of concern over the potential impacts of hydraulic fracturing to groundwater; the water that many of us drink. When we consider several geologic factors in conjunction with the methodology, we realize that hydraulic fracturing is a safe and responsible way to extract natural gas and oil and to further expand our domestic energy assets.

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From landowners to environmentalists, there is a great deal of concern over the potential impacts of hydraulic fracturing to groundwater; the water that many of us drink. When we consider several geologic factors in conjunction with the methodology, we realize that hydraulic fracturing is a safe and responsible way to extract natural gas and oil and to further expand our domestic energy assets.

In this video, McNees Wallace & Nurick attorney Curtis Stambaugh overlooks the Susquehanna River at the foot of the Blue Mountain in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and discusses the extent of the influence on groundwater from fracking. See less -

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