Wyoming To Lead Further Investigation Into Pavillion Water Concerns

"A federal environmental regulator will not finish and review a draft report tentatively linking hydraulic fracturing to Wyoming groundwater contamination and will instead allow state agencies to further investigate the issue."

"Wyoming state agencies will lead a new round of investigation and file a report concerning Pavillion-area water quality by Sept. 30, 2014.

In a media release issued today, the state of Wyoming announced it will undertake a new effort to evaluate water quality from certain domestic water wells and the mechanical integrity of some oil and gas wells and pits near Pavillion."

Adam Voge reports for the Casper Star-Tribune June 20, 2013.

SEE ALSO:

"EPA Ends Probe of Wyoming Water Pollution Linked To Fracking" (Reuters)

"Fracking Pollution Probe in Wyoming Cast in Doubt by EPA" (Bloomberg)

Source: Casper Star-Tribune, 06/21/2013