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04/01/2013
GENERAL INTEREST — Quick Takes Panel formed to review EPAs fracing research A panel of 31 experts has been formed to review the US Environmental Protection Agency's hydraulic fracturing research, EPA's independent Scientific Advisory Board reported Mar. 25. It said the group will be asked to specifically seek input from applied scientific practitioners to get fresh information on emerging science and technology in what SAB considers a rapidly changing industry. The panel is comprised of 5 current employees of companies and consulting firms; 2 government employees; and 21 academics and university professors (including some previously employed in the oil and gas industry), according to SA...
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