GWPC Report on State Efforts to Protect Ground Water from Drilling

An updated study from the Ground Water Protection Council (GWPC) shows that the 27 states with active oil and gas drilling, which represents 98% of all oil and gas drilling in this country, are doing a very good job and getting better year after year with protecting ground water supplies. Which is a direct slap in the face of big government and federal regulators who want to do more micromanaging of the states when it comes to oil and gas drilling. The GWPC believes oil and gas regulation happens best at the state level and the study finds, “State regulators place great emphasis on protecting water resources from adverse impacts that can occur during oil and natural gas exploration and production (E&P) activities.” Below is the press announcement releasing the new study, along with a copy of the 122-page study, titled “State Oil & Gas Regulations Designed to Protect Water Resources”…

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