Water use in the Barnett Shale

Francis, Robert
April 2007
Fort Worth Business Press;4/2/2007 Energy Report Supplement, Vol. 20, p28
The article focuses on water usage and supply in North Texas. Linda Christie of the Tarrant Regional Water District said that fracturing operations by oil and gas companies comprised 0.19 percent of the total ground water sold by the water district. Christie adds that in 2006, 70 percent of the area's water supply was pumped from East Texas.


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