New York Hires Fracking Geologist With Ties to IndustryFreeman Klopott and Jim Efstathiou Jr.
New York’s study of potential links between hydraulic fracturing and earthquakes may be tainted by the selection of a university geologist and gas-industry consultant to lead the review, drilling critics said.
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