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April 17, 2012 – The Nova Scotia government is delaying a decision on the controversial shale gas extraction process, known as fracking, until after the next provinicial election. | READ MORE
April 17, 2012, Cowichan, B.C. – A staggering 72 per cent of residents in Duncan and North Cowichan don't know the source of their water, and fewer know how much money they spend annually on water per year. | READ MORE
Smart business owners need to implement strategies that will help them succeed in an uncertain economy.
Organizations and governments around the world are now recognizing that pharmaceuticals are potentially a new class of water pollutants.
Innovation means new challenges and new methods of working.
According to a 2008 report by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), fresh water usage has risen by more than double the rate of population growth over the last hundred years.
Like those who came before them, many of today’s well drillers hold great pride and responsibility in their role of providing people with fresh water, one of our most basic needs for survival.
One of the most important ways to ensure a successful geothermal installation involves flushing, filling and purging of the loop system.
The water well business runs in the Wilson family.
A couple of articles in this issue look at stories of positive succession in well-drilling businesses.
April 16, 2012, Edmonton – A rapidly growing Alberta firm has cornered the market for waterless fracking just as environmental issues begin to dominate the discussion of fracturing deep rock to free vast supplies of natural gas and oil. | READ MORE
April 16, 2012, Saint John, N.B. – Federal NDP Leader Tom Mulcair addressed about 150 NDP supporters at the provincial convention in Saint John Saturday, encouraging people to pressure the provincial government to fracking. | READ MORE
April 13, 2012, Malaysia – Malaysia's natural resources and environment Minister Datuk Seri Douglas Uggah Embas says the government has to look at new water resources due to water shortages. | READ MORE
April 12, 2012, Mongolia – Mongolia’s economic future rests on a massive mining project called Turquoise Hill. But the economic boon is also, for some, an environmental nightmare as the project will allegedly soak up valuable water resources in the already-arid Gobi. | READ MORE
April 12, 2012 – A new American study, building on earlier studies (some performed in Canada) has drawn links between fracking and small earthquakes. | READ MORE

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