Fracking is done all over the world.
Fracking is a way of obtaining gas from rocks underground
No. Fracking can cause earthquakes if the fluid gets into faults. Tornadoes are caused by thunderstorms, which are not affected by fracking in any way.
Water pollution is the major controversy that surrounds fracking.
Yes, fracking can harm the water supply.
Fracking is not energy. It is a method of getting oil out of shale underground.
Fracking is a comparatively cheap method for obtaining oil and natural gas.
In the late 1940 Standard Oil began early experiments with Fracking in Oklahoma and Texas.
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the benefits of fracking could be anything. it helps new Zealand keep clean and green, it also saves time so our new Zealand workers wouldn't have to spend so much time having to do a lot of work. fracking in taranaki benefits the use of space and also helps the taranaki region come together as a community and solve the issue of dumping.
Fracking originally started in the 1940s. There is no known distance that s for sure on how far fracking wells go. It is basically that they go down as far as they need to to get oil out of a well underground.
Fracking, which is the process of pumping an agent into a well under pressure, is not performed correctly there is a possibility of contamination of the ground water.