Texas A&M Group Offers Help With Shale Water Concerns
The Texas A&M Water Conservation and Technology Center is offering help as a neutral go-between to address water concerns in the Eagle Ford Shale formation.
The Texas A&M Water Conservation and Technology Center is offering help as a neutral go-between to address water concerns in the Eagle Ford Shale formation. According to a spokesman for the center, there is a lack of communication between communities in the Eagle Ford region and the oil companies whose activities may be affecting the area's water supplies. The proposal is being considered by the Alamo Area Council of Governments. (KSAT TV)
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