More study of methane in Silt water, resident urges

A resident representative to Garfield County’s Energy Advisory Board says a recent study finding no apparent link between oil and gas development and methane in groundwater south of Silt…




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Water tables in areas all over the United States have naturally occurring contaminants. Mother nature gives us no guarantee that all groundwater is potable. Monitoring water wells in energy development areas is a good thing for health but let’s not jump to emotional conclusions that drilling / production are always to blame.

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