Judge tosses suit claiming health harm by Antero

A judge has tossed out a lawsuit in which a family had accused Antero Resources of harming their health through its oil and gas operations on Silt Mesa. Denver District Court Judge Ann Frick…




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The COGCC rules do not require pre and post testing of air, soil, and water quality. Until there is a baseline established, it will be difficult to prove any property damages in court. The CDPHE, has likewise no base data, and has conducted no controled scientific experiments to determine if there are health issues associated with increased exposure to chemicals used during the life-cycle of a well.

The system should remain suspicious of these types of lawsuits to prevent fraud. Isn’t it interesting that they found out that the gas coming out of the “faucet on fire” promoted by the anti-fracking fanatics was actually caused by naturally occuring formation gas in the water well zone, and not gas from a drilling site? People will sue for anything to make a buck.

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