Tagged With Waste water
Courts dismiss New York fracking suit
2 October 2012
A US court has dismissed a suit filed by the state of New York seeking to block hydraulic fracturing (fracking) in the Delaware basin while regulatory agencies consider regulations governing the practice
USGS 'debunks' fracking quake link
12 April 2012
The US Geological Survey (USGS) has cast doubt on recent speculation linking the rise in earthquakes across the interior of the US to the increased use of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) in unconventional oil and gas exploration
Water: Managing a strategic resource
18 July 2011
Water is critical to the energy industry, especially for oil and gas extraction. But water issues carry significant business risk and require strategic planning
Regulation: an acceptable cost for frackers
11 July 2011
Fracking companies must accept their environmental responsibilities if the world is to reap the benefits of shale-gas development
Technology tackles fracing wastewater issues
2 June 2011
Conventional sewage plants are ill equipped to recycle water
Water: hot commodity, hot issue
4 April 2011
Sustainable water management costly, but vital
Water: hot commodity, hot issue
31 March 2011
Water has become a significant source of friction between the energy industry and the public because of concerns about the impact of producers' water-management practices on health and the environment.