Fracking could strain Western water resources, study finds

www.nytimes.com Published: May 2, 2013
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The rapid expansion of hydraulic fracturing could put pressure on already-stressed water resources from the suburbs of Fort Worth to western Colorado, according to a new report from a nonprofit group.



“Given projected sharp increases” in the production of oil and gas by the technique commonly known as fracking, the report from the group Ceres said, “and the intense nature of local water demands, competition and conflicts over water should be a growing concern for companies, policy makers and investors.”

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