Two key critics of the EPA’s Pavillion groundwater investigation draft report are scheduled to testify before a congressional subcommittee on Wednesday, in response to the firestorm of reaction to EPA’s assertion that hydraulic fracturing could have contributed to groundwater pollution.
EnCana Oil & Gas USA continues its criticism of an Environmental Protection Agency report implicating hydraulic fracturing — or “fracking” — as a likely contributor to polluted drinking water in Pavillion, Wyo. On Friday, EnCana sent a letter to Paul Anastas, assistant administrator at EPA’s Office of Research & Development, complaining that the agency is moving too quickly.
EnCana wants fracking expert on EPA’s Pavillion review panel This week EnCana Oil & Gas USA continued to criticize the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s implication of hydraulic fracturing — or “fracking” — in the Pavillion groundwater pollution investigation and for how EPA has carried out the investigation, most recently questioning the pending independent peer review […]
Reprinted with permission from ProPublica. Not for republication by Wyoming media. As the country awaits results from a nationwide safety study on the natural gas drilling process of fracking, a separate government investigation into contamination in a place where residents have long complained that drilling fouled their water has turned up alarming levels of underground […]