Australian study finds hydraulic fracturing fears unfounded

An independent and authoritative review by Australia’s leading scientific agency, the CSIRO, provides further evidence there are no negative impacts of hydraulic fracturing that can’t be managed by robust regulation and high industry operating standards.

The study, conducted in response to community concerns about the potential impact of chemicals on air quality, soils and water resources analysed samples taken prior, during, and after hydraulic fracturing operations in the Surat Basin in Queensland, Australia. Detailed information can be found here.

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