Hydraulic fracturing involves pumping water, sand and other chemicals deep into rocks and fractures to release trapped water and chemicals.
It can be used to create oil and gas, and is being increasingly used in the United States.
It is one of the hottest industries in the world, and has led to a number of oil spills.
For more on HFC, watch: http://bit.ly/2p8eZkD http://usat.ly/?p=5,821,15-11-20:17:45&e=e4&t=news_details&n=934&r=2 https://usat/video/articles/20120920/how-to-understand-hydraulics- seminar-2020-hydrafracturing-high-temperature-water.html The first Hydraulic Fracturing (HF) rig in operation was drilled by the British firm Continental Resources in the U.K. in 2005.
By 2008, a second U.S. company, Schlumberger, was planning to open a subsidiary called Hydraulic Technology LLC, based in Portland, Oregon, to develop the technology.
Hydraulic Energy LLC is now the largest operator of hydraulic fracturing (HFA) operations in the country.
Hydraulics are pumped deep underground to fracture rock, producing oil and natural gas.
The technology was originally developed by the U