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Public-Private Partnership Upgrades City’s Wastewater Treatment Plant, Provides Recycled Water for Fracking

Public-Private Partnership Upgrades City’s Wastewater Treatment Plant, Provides Recycled Water for Fracking

A public-private partnership between the city of Midland, Texas and Pioneer Natural Resources will upgrade the city’s infrastructure, save millions of gallons of freshwater and provide the oil and gas company a supply of reclaimed water for its fracking wells.

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Fracking Methane Emissions 97% Lower than EPA Estimates, Study Says

Greenhouse gas emissions from hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, are “significantly lower” than EPA estimates, according to a new study from the University of Texas and the Environmental Defense Fund. The study, which measured methane emissions during completion operations for hydraulically fractured wells, found emissions were 97 percent lower than 2011 … Read more »