Toxic Legacy of ‘Orphaned’ Fracking Wells yet Another Warning for the UK

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By on 10th January 2016

 

‘Previous waves of drilling have already littered the world with millions of orphaned wells, abandoned by their original owners, with many spewing toxic pollutants into the environment, and massive clean up costs falling on taxpayers, a situation which fracking is making far worse.’

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One Response to “Toxic Legacy of ‘Orphaned’ Fracking Wells yet Another Warning for the UK”

  1. Nollidge says:

    With oil at a price of around $35 per barrel fracking is no longer viable.Large numbers of U.S. frackers are going bankrupt & will never be able to pay off their creditors.
    I don’t see it being any different in the U.K.

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