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Wilson County News April 11, 2012 | 1,746 views | 5 comments
FLORESVILLE -- The use of hydraulic fracturing -- often referred to as “fracking” -- as a means of extracting oil and natural gas from the Eagle Ford shale formation continues to increase. This has led to questions about whether the process is depleting South Texas’ groundwater supplies. . . .
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Rabble Rouser Extraordinaire Adkins, TX April 12, 2012 12:28pm
The newguyntown clearly works for one of the fracking companies. Only blind people can not see that this is a horrible idea and is wrecking our water supplies, contaminating our environment and water and causing water levels ... More ›
The newguyntown clearly works for one of the fracking companies. Only blind people can not see that this is a horrible idea and is wrecking our water supplies, contaminating our environment and water and causing water levels to drop all over the place. People, there needs to be accountability. Why have the Attorney Generals of many states now put a hiatus on fracking due to the destruction and pollution of their water supplies? Huh? Wake up people before it is too late.
THERE'S PLENTY OF WATER, FRACKING ONLY USES A SMALL PERCENTAGE OF WATER, WE JUST DON'T KNOW HOW MUCH THEY USE THOUGH...the reason the oil companies did not attend is because right now they don't have to... plain and simple !!