2 drilling firms disagree with EPA's fracking report

Encana and Chesapeake Energy disagree with the findings of an Environmental Protection Agency report that linked hydraulic fracturing to groundwater pollution in Pavillion, Wyo. "The EPA's data from existing domestic water wells aligns with all previous testing done by Encana in the area and shows no impacts from oil and gas development," the company said. Encana also criticized the agency for releasing the findings before independent review.

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