New fracking wells are using many times more water than their predecessors

New fracking wells are using many times more water than their predecessors

Over the last few years, fracking operations have gotten more efficient at removing oil and natural gas from the ground—this according to a new study published today in the journal Science Advances. That’s good news for the fossil fuels industry, which is getting more than ever out of a given well—but might be bad news for fresh water.

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