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California used 70 million gallons of water in fracking in 2014

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California used 70 million gallons of water in fracking in 2014

April 6, 2015 by ajfloyd
California used 70 million gallons of water in fracking in 2014


| 3 April 2015 | California oil producers used 214 acre-feet of water, equivalent to nearly 70 million gallons, in the process of fracking for oil and gas in the state last year, less than previously projected [!], state officials told Reuters on Thursday. Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, occurs when water and some chemicals are injected deep underground at high pressure to break up rock and release oil and gas into wells. The practice has been criticized in the state, which is suffering from a drought so severe that Governor Jerry Brown announced the first-ever mandatory 25 percent statewide reduction in water use on Wednesday.


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California water shortage: One drought for the rich and another for everyone else as Golden State goes brown again

April 6, 2015 by ajfloyd

‘The lush front lawns of Los Angeles are in the full bloom of spring, and it’s difficult to believe the Golden State is about to turn brown. But that is the inevitable implication of the drought, and of new rules which call for a 25 per cent cut in urban water use.
The mandatory restrictions are the first in the state’s history, but they look set to deepen long-standing divisions between the wealthy and the less well-off, and between California’s packed cities and its vast, sparsely populated agricultural areas. “It’s a different world,” Governor Jerry Brown said as he unveiled the plan. “We have to act differently.” What he did not say, however, was that some will have to act more differently than others.’
Read more: California water shortage: One drought for the rich and another for everyone else as Golden State goes brown again




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