Cornering Gas: Friday
Cornering Gas continues with the light and the heavy.
Daybreak strolls the aisle at a tiny Fort Nelson store that gives "one stop shopping" a whole new meaning.
Fracking is a thirsty business. Fracking just one shale gas well can use as much 600 Olympic-size swimming pools of water. That's a big problem for drought-prone Dawson Creek. So the northern city is freeing up "frack water" by putting its sewage up for sale.
Christy Clark may have thrown her backing behind shale gas fracking... But not everyone is sold on the rapid development.
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