New Fork Gas Drilling

Sublette County, Wyoming

 Natural gas drilling along the New Fork River viewed from above while flying with LightHawk. One of the inherant risks of fracking, or hydraulic fracturing is contamination of water supplies. The New Fork is an important tributary of the Green River. This area is the southern Pinedale Anticline.
Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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