Industry: Fracking study based on ‘outlandish' assumptions

Run away! The alarmist author “suggested a science-based forum, or simply leaving the debate in the realm of scientific literature.”

The Glenwood Springs Post-Indepednent reports:

Spokesmen for the oil and gas industry have questioned the validity of a new study claiming that living near gas wells during the hydraulic fracturing phase could be a health hazard.

“To understand the flaws in the outputs, you have to take a close look at the flaws in the inputs,” said Energy In Depth spokesman Chris Tucker. “And the modeling exercise at the core of this paper is based on some pretty outlandish inputs”…

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