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Brief review of threats to Canada’s groundwater from the oil and gas industry’s methane migration and hydraulic fracturing

Comprehensive summary of science, facts & documents relating to groundwater contamination & methane migration from coal bed methane and hydraulic fracturing in the US and Canada 1985 - 2013. Jessica Ernst

"As somebody who has reported for 20 years on this industry in [Alberta], I can tell you I've met hundreds of people in this province who have signed confidentiality agreements once their water was blown, once their livestock was killed, once a member of their family were injured, once they lost most of their grass or their trees as a result of fouling events, contamination events, air pollution, you name it.

It is common practice in this province to buy people out, and then buy their silence ... so there is no record of how this industry quite often performs badly. "Andrew Nikiforuk presenting at a frac workshop in Cochrane, Alberta, September 10, 2011"

Strongly suggest that you read this report - It is mind boggling ...

Download and read this very worthy report. Click here.

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