As oil, gas ‘fracking’ gains popularity in Kansas, so does safety debate | Wichita Eagle

In the 2010 documentary “Gasland,” a Colorado homeowner sets his tap water on fire and residents complain of mysterious health problems.

They point the finger for the source of their troubles at the natural gas wells – drilled using hydraulic fracturing, or fracking – that litter the scenic valley east of Grand Teton National Park.

via As oil, gas ‘fracking’ gains popularity in Kansas, so does safety debate | Wichita Eagle.

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