Thursday, April 23, 2009

What is in Fracking Fluid? Gas Companies don't have to tell.

These articles where e-mailed to us by some concerned Texans. We wanted to share them since this is an Anti Urban Drilling Blog. If you have any articles you would like to share about gas drilling concerns, please let us know and we will post them.

The first one is lengthy but worth the read.

Here's an excerpt:

"Among Colborn’s list of nearly 300 chemicals – some known to be cancer causing -- is a clear, odorless surfactant called 2-BE, used in foaming agents to lubricate the flow of fracking fluids down in the well. Colborn told Congress in 2007 that it can cause adrenal tumors."

And two more

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