Do you believe you have the moral obligation of telling me how your processes negatively affect my water supply? Do you accept the premise that there is a moral obligation?

As you may know, strong regulatory safeguards and requirements are in place to ensure that our water resources are protected as natural gas is safely developed, leveraging advanced technologies.

And while some claim that the natural gas development process – specifically hydraulic fracturing – has impacted groundwater, facts and science continue to demonstrate otherwise. In fact, U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz has said: “To my knowledge, I still have not seen any evidence of fracking per se contaminating groundwater.”

While everyone is entitled to their own opinion, our industry remains focused on operational transparency, protecting our environment and ensuring that the ongoing and important dialogue surrounding natural gas development is based on facts and science.

As you may know, strong regulatory safeguards and requirements are in place to ensure that our water resources are protected as natural gas is safely developed, leveraging advanced technologies.

And while some claim that the natural gas development process – specifically hydraulic fracturing – has impacted groundwater, facts and science continue to demonstrate otherwise. In fact, U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz has said: “To my knowledge, I still have not seen any evidence of fracking per se contaminating groundwater.”
While everyone is entitled to their own opinion, our industry remains focused on operational transparency, protecting our environment and ensuring that the ongoing and important dialogue surrounding natural gas development is based on facts and science.