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How is water allocated for fracking?
Can tap water be lit on fire because of fracking?
What is fracking?
Are there rules for fracking in Canada?
What happens to the flowback fluid?
Does fracking cause groundwater contamination?
Can fracking cause earthquakes?
How are spills prevented during fracking?
What is frac fluid made of?
How much water is required to frac a well?
How long does fracking take?
What is being done to mitigate anomalous induced seismicity?
Why do we frac?
How is water managed in the fracking process?
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If you’re like most people, when you think of the oil and gas industry, you think of gasoline. And more often than not, a conversation about gasoline is about the price, so that’s what we’ve covered here.
Gasoline is known as “gas” but it’s actually made from oil. So when you buy a litre of gasoline, some of the cost pays for the crude oil that went into the gasoline. You also have to pay the costs of refining the oil, distributing the gasoline (via pipelines and trucks) and selling it at gas stations. Think that’s it? Nope! You also have to pay the taxes, which average more than 30% of the total cost.