At a DEQ open house on Pavillion, the agency said it would continue to search for answers, while residents expressed little confidence in the investigation
The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality released its final report on the Pavillion investigation Thursday, again concluding it was unlikely that hydraulic fracturing polluted nearby residential water wells in the area.
The study concluded there was no evidence that fluids …
An increased setback between drilling and homes doesn’t go far enough to satisfy homeowners and landowners living next to oil and gas operations.
OSHA this month issued an alert warning of the dangers of explosions and poisonous hydrogen sulfide during flowback operations.
As science review calls for monitoring at gas fields, industry says it’s regulated enough.