Hydraulic fracturing is a proven completion process which allows producers to safely recover
natural gas and oil. This technology has the potential to not only dramatically reduce our reliance on foreign fuel imports, but also to significantly reduce our national carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and accelerate our transition to a carbon-light environment.1 Simply put, natural gas and oil formation development is critical to America's energy needs and economic renewal.
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See the steps involved in the hydraulic fracturing process.