Well problem spurs change in state policy

Regulators aim to prevent leaks from horizontal drilling

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Until the early 1980’s the only way drilling took place was vertical and yes they did hydraulic fracturing. It wasn’t until the development of “HORIZONAL” hydraulic fracturing that we started seeing what has been happening everywhere there is horizontal fracking ...collapse of soil, subterranean contamination, cluster earthquakes, sterilization of soils and soil odors.  Industry is not keeping track of where they have drilled in the past, nor the present and what will happen in the future?  Our ground is an experimental ant farm.



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