Colorado fracking fight gets new website, MoveOn money

CRED_logoCathy Proctor – Reporter-Denver Business Journal

Colorado’s fight over fracking is far from over, with an industry-back group creating a new website to answer questions about the technology, and liberal advocacy group MoveOn giving money to six anti-fracking activists across the state.

Coloradans for Responsible Energy Development (CRED), which is backed by two of the state’s largest oil and gas companies, on Friday launched a new website called “aimed at answering Coloradan’s most important questions about fracking.”

The website allows users to type in questions about fracking, also called hydraulic fracturing, and links to page with answers drawn from “academic, scientific and government research,” the group said in its announcement.

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