FracDallas - Factual information about hydraulic fracturing and natural gas production

Sponsoring Organizations

Environment Texas
Green Source DFW

Community Organizations

Don't Frac with Dallas
Dallas Area Residents for Responsible Drilling
BlueDaze Drilling Reform
Westchester Gasette
Fort Worth Can Do
Save the Trinity Aquifer
Argyle - Bartonville Communities Alliance
Corinth Cares
Denton Citizens for Responsible Urban Drilling
North Central Texas Communities Alliance
Flower Mound Citizens Against Urban Drilling
Denton Stakeholders Drilling Advisory Group

Support Organizations

Natural Resources Defense Council - The Earth's best Defense
Sierra Club - Texas
Earthworks - Protecting Communities and the Environment - Environmental Data Collection
Texas Oil and Gas Project
Downwinders at Risk - Reducing toxic air pollution in North Texas
Natural Gas Watch
National Alliance for Drilling Reform

Environmental Issues About Natural Gas Production

Information in this section provides an overview and details of the environmental risks and hazards associated with slickwater horizontal hydraulic fracturing to recover oil and natural gas locked deep in the earth's strata of shale rock formations. Specific attention is paid to issues of air pollution, water contamination, soil contamination, frac sand mining, light and noise pollution and facts about shale gas recovery exploring the differences between industry claims and scientific fact. Each of these issues affects our planet and everything that lives or grows on it. Also included is information about to whom violations should be reported and how to contact each agency.

Environmental Information Links:

Water Quality Issues Air Quality Issues
Soil Quality Issues Frac Sand Mining Issues
Light/Noise Pollution Issues Shale Gas Recovery
Water Recycling Report Violations
Earthquakes Compressor Station Issues
Un-lined frac pond after clear-cutting surrounding area
Un-lined frac pond after clear-cutting surrounding area

Natural gas pipeline gathering station less than 200 feet from residential housing
Natural gas pipeline gathering station less than 200 feet from residential housing

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Last updated January 26, 2013