Posted October 28, 2011
Here's another video from API's hydraulic fracturing workshop earlier this month. Anadarko Petroleum's Rebecca Thingelstad discusses HF-3, from the standards and industry guidelines developed by API and its members. HF-3 helps companies that are producing natural gas from shale to foster good relations with host communities.
Subjects addressed in the guideline include positive engagement of residents and local officials, protecting the air, reducing noise, preventing spills and managing water resources used in fracking. "HF-3 is kind of a cumulative look, it's a holistic approach at being good stewards and good neighbors," Thinglestad says. Take a look:
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