Notwithstanding the absence of any hard evidence that hydraulic fracturing used in the production of shale gas has impacted drinking water resources, regulators and legislators at both the federal and state levels have taken steps to address these concerns by imposing additional regulatory requirements on hydraulic fracturing.
These new requirements “could significantly impact the nation’s energy security,” Dan and Tom note in their article.
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