Texas Railroad Commissioner, David Porter, released the latest report from the Eagle Ford Shale Task Force outlining their assessment of how the oil field has affected eight issues, including area employment, infrastructure, water quality and economic benefits. The report, released on March 12, 2013, was produced by a task force represented by local business and elected leaders and representatives of environmental groups, energy producers, landowners, mineral rights owners and other related to oil and gas production in the south Texas region. This report is important, as the rapid growth of exploration in the area has far-reaching impact for many sectors of public and private interests. Read More...
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