Tuesday, January 31, 2012

CAPP announces hydraulic fracturing operating practices

Industry establishes Canada-wide operating practices for shale, tight natural gas hydraulic fracturing
CALGARYJan. 30, 2012 /CNW/ - The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers today announced new Canada-wide hydraulic fracturing operating practices designed to improve water management and water and fluids reporting for shale gas and tight gas development across Canada.
"The hydraulic fracturing operating practices demonstrate the Canadian natural gas industry's continued efforts to ensure responsible resource development and protection of Canada's water resources," said CAPP President Dave Collyer. "Applying these new operating practices will contribute to improving our environmental performance and transparency over time, both of which contribute to stronger understanding of industry activity and better relationships with the public, stakeholders and government."
Developed by natural gas producers, the hydraulic fracturing operating practices apply to all CAPP members exploring for and producing natural gas in Canada.

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