Even-numbered years in October are usually dominated by three things: Football, Halloween and the endless barrage of political advertisements.

Hydraulic fracturing is making an appearance on ballot sheets in a handful of states this fall. And, based on the rising scrutiny of the completion technique, it certainly won’t be the only time fracing will go to a vote. Interestingly, candidates for office in states like Colorado and Pennsylvania all agree on boosting oil and gas development to reduce the United States’ reliance on foreign imports. ...


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