Hydrofracking scrutiny continues in the U.S. and Europe, but China embraces technology

Pennsylvania regulators have long been focused on the fate of hydrofracking fluids, a mixture of water, chemicals, and sand used to break rock formations and release natural gas, and produced water, a briny, heavy-metal-laced byproduct that bubbles from the ground in great volumes along with the gas...

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