Halliburton agrees to work with EPA on fracking chemicals

12/7/2010 | Reuters

Halliburton has agreed to provide the Environmental Protection Agency with information about chemicals it uses in hydraulic fracturing through the end of January, the agency said. The EPA last month subpoenaed the company because it had yet to fulfill the agency's request for input. A Halliburton spokeswoman said the company continues to cooperate with the EPA and meet requests.

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