Did you perchance mean hydrocracking?
“Like its cousin, mountain top removal, hydrofracking is a high-tech way of extracting fossil fuels that can have devastating impacts on surrounding ecosystems.”
“The new EPA study to research fracking risks comes after the agency's 2004 study labeled the practice as safe and paved the way for passage of a 2005 legislation that exempted hydrofracking from the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA).”
“And national energy companies are advertising heavily in an effort to convince the public that the extraction method, commonly known as hydrofracking, is safe and economically beneficial.”
“Some landowners who have soured on the gas companies say they are not opposed to the drilling itself, also called hydrofracking.”
“Opponents fear the process, called hydrofracking or fracking, will contaminate water supplies with either leaked methane or chemicals added to the millions of gallons of fracking water used to free natural gas from dense shale rock a mile underground.”
“Hydraulic fracturing, called hydrofracking, blasts vast volumes of water, sand and chemicals into shale, releasing trapped gas.”
“Meet the New York Water Rangers, the stars of an advertising campaign by environmental groups seeking to mobilize opposition to the natural gas drilling method known as hydrofracking.”
“Quinnipiac's survey also revealed that by a 47% -42% margin, voters believe the economic benefits of natural gas drilling in upstate's Marcellus Shale Belt - a process known as hydrofracking - outweigh the environmental concerns.”
“A panel charged with advising New York officials on regulating a controversial form of natural gas extraction known as hydrofracking will first examine whether the state government has enough staff members to properly monitor and enforce new drilling regulations.”
“More than 90 percent of well operators in Pennsylvania use this process, known as hydrofracking, to get wells to produce.”
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