Study: Methane Levels In Pennsylvania Water Wells ‘Not Statistically Significant’

Mealey's (June 18, 2015, 10:25 AM EDT) -- WASHINGTON, D.C. — A study published March 12 in an online magazine pertaining to science and technology found no statistically significant relationship between dissolved methane concentrations in groundwater from domestic water wells and their proximity to pre-existing oil or gas wells used in hydraulic fracturing.


The study, conducted by Donald Siegel of Syracuse University, Nicholas A. Azzolina of the CETER Group Inc., Bert J. Smith of Enviro Clean Products and Services and A. Elizabeth and Rikka L. Bothun of AECOM Technology Corp., was published in...
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