Many who write about hydraulic fracturing suggest, or state explicitly, that it is a new technology in the oil and gas industry. This can hardly be further from the truth. Indeed, it is probably the case that hydraulic fracturing is older than most of the people writing about it. Today we begin a series on hydraulic fracturing and why it has had such a significant impact on gas and oil production over the past few years.
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