Reporter Tours Guernsey County Injection Well Sites

From Columbus Business First:
A recent trip into God’s country – rural Guernsey County in eastern Ohio – helped clear out some of the fog for me about injection wells used to dispose of fracking fluids from drilling operations in the Utica shale play.
I had never seen an injection well until I was invited to a media tour of one operated by David Hill Inc. just outside Claysville, a speck-in-the road village surrounded by rolling hills, farms and not many people about five miles south of Interstate 70. Subscribers can see my story in this week’s paper about what I saw there.
You also can also click on the slideshow to see photos I took that will give you a sense of what a well site looks like.
Read the rest of the article and view the photos by clicking here.

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