The natural gas drilling process has been saddled with great debate — mainly concerning the environmental impact. But one “fracking” company is actually putting back what they take out.
It’s a gas well site operators say they’ve never drilled and never fracked. But a Denton city inspector found it suddenly alive last week.
Environmentalists and drilling advocates are expected to face off Thursday when the EPA holds a public hearing on proposed fracking rules.
Texas is dealing with a drought, and while residents are asked to conserve water, Chesapeake Energy is using millions of gallons for fracking.
On the dry shores of the Trinity River in Fort Worth sits a familiar looking installation — a half dozen pipes connected to large pumps.
While many North Texans are being asked to conserve water, large pipelines are pulling water out of the Trinity River in Fort Worth.
Some North Texas researchers hope to become the first to figure out if the controversial hydraulic fracturing or “fracking” process is to blame for chemicals in well water.
Texas could soon become the first state to require drilling companies to disclose the chemicals used to crack rock in the search for natural gas.
Exxon Mobil rode higher oil prices to a $30 billion profit last year. But shareholders on Wednesday are likely to ask pointed questions about its push into natural gas.
On Monday, 15 Dish residents watched their tiny city become the first to ask the state to force gas producers to cut air emissions.
XTO Energy has dropped plans to drill in Southlake, where critics raised environmental concerns about the fracking process.
A scathing new report accuses Texas of not protecting its residents from possible dangers of gas drilling.