Isto é o que você pode saber sobre o fracionamento hidráulico do subsolo na America do norte, e o que podemos saber sobre isto no Brasil?
Fracking Chemical Database
SkyTruthmaintains a database of chemicals that were reported by oil and gas drilling operators as being used in hydraulic fracturing operations. The database contains records for more than 27,000 frack operations from January 2011 through August 2012 in 24 US states.
SkyTruth believes that information like this should be freely available to the public for educational and research purposes, so we are making the entire database available online for anyone that wants to download it.
NOTE: some reports contain inaccurate location information in the original report provided by the operator. That’s why there are a few dots out in the middle of the ocean. We don’t know the correct locations, so we left them where they are.
Explore this data set in an interactive map. Visit our friends at FracTracker.org.
Subscribe to get an email alert or use an RSS feed to be notified whenever a new frack chemical report is added to our database. Automated Notifications are provided by the SkyTruth Alerts system. For now we have packaged the alerts by state, so select your state below, then enter your email address and start receiving updates (no more than one peer day). You can cancel the subscription at any time.
Download the entire data set for your own research purposes.
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You can validate out data by downloading the original reports from fracfocus.org, though you should note that sometimes the report PDFs are altered on FracFocus after they have been published.
If you find one that does not match, please let us know !