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Hydraulic Fracturing and Safe Drinking Water Act Issues
Mary Tiemann (au); Adam Vann (au)
Hydraulic fracturing (HF) is a technique developed initially to stimulate oil production from wells in declining oil reservoirs. More recently, it has been used to initiate oil and gas production in unconventional (i.e., low-permeability) reservoirs where these resources were previously inaccessible. This process is now used in more than 90% of new oil and gas production wells. HF is done after a well is drilled and involves injecting large volumes of water, sand (or other propping agent), and specialized chemicals under enough pressure to fracture the formations holding the oil or gas, which then flows out of the formation and into a well. This report reviews past and proposed treatment of HF under the Safe Drinking Water Act. Charts and tables. A print on demand report.
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