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The Ceres Courier | April 09, 2014 | by Jeff Benziger
Jason Marshall, the chief deputy director of the California Department of Conservation, was on hand to echo the industry’s claims about fracking being safe. State regulations go farther and prevent oil and fracking fluids from meeting. He also noted that relatively little water is used for fracking, on average of 160,000 gallons per well in California. By contrast, a golf course uses double that amount in one day.
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