Fracking without water making headway in Texas

Most fracking operations use several million gallons of water. But with water increasingly scarce and costly around Texas, a few companies have begun using alternative liquids, such as propane, The Texas Tribune reports. Experts say the technology still has far to go.
www.texastribune.org Published: March 27, 2013
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Most fracking operations use several million gallons of water. But with water increasingly scarce and costly around Texas, a few companies have begun using alternative liquids, such as propane, The Texas Tribune reports.


Experts say the technology still has far to go.

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