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Summary of Hydraulic Fracturing and Water Resources: Separating the Frack from the Fiction; A Report by the Pacific Institute

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Started by Brian Luenow on
16 Aug 2012 at 21:39

The EPA reports that fracking shale gas wells requires between 2.3 and 3.8 million gallons of water per well, and an additional 40,000-1,000,000 gallons is required to drill the well.  However, the report goes on to note that this number can be up to 13 million gallons per well in addition to the water needed to drill the well.

Read more about fracking at HydrateLife by clicking here: http://www.hydratelife.org/?p=696

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