ENERGY POLICY BRIEFING

Sharing a wealth of information: how regulators can improve fracking disclosure practices

Both the information about fracking and the know-how about how best to employ it is available. Should they choose to do so, regulators can easily and cost-effectively adopt disclosure practices that will benefit Canadians and their communities.

A fracking operation in progress in the Bakken Formation, North Dakota. Photograph courtesy of Wikipedia

By DROR ETZION, JOEL GEHMAN, MIRON AVIDAN

PUBLISHED : Monday, Aug. 15, 2016 12:00 AM

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