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The recent presidential veto of the bill to authorize the construction of the Keystone-XL pipeline has done little to squelch the debate. Over the six-plus years that the pipeline has been on the drawing board, we have endured the seemingly endless litany of partisan positioning from politicians, lobbyists, environmentalists, and oil industry executives. Points and counter points made that address important topics including energy security, job creation, climate change, infrastructure investment, and aquifer contamination. The national government of Canada got into the act last year when it approved its version of Keystone to move the tar sands bitumen from Alberta through British Columbia to the west coast of Canada.
This 3-minute video briefly explains the process of hydraulic fracturing.