EnergyWire reports that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has concluded that the drinking water in Dimock, Pa., is safe.


It will stop delivering drinking water to four households that were featured in the anti-drilling film Gasland.


But Cabot Gas and Oil is still charged by a state agency with contaminating the drinking water in Dimock in northeast Pennsylvania. The problem centered on poor well construction, not fracking.


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