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Hydraulic fracturing, also known as hydrofracturing, is a technique where underground rock is fractured by a hydraulically pressurized liquid consisting of water, sand and other chemicals.
This high pressure liquid is injected into deep-rock formation to create fissures through which natural gas, petroleum and brine will flow more freely.
Hydrofracking is a cost effective way to increase water output from the underground water table and it is also a more effective well.
Increase the output of water
Very cost-effective method
More effective well
Can be used when other conventional technologies fail to get the job done
Reduced water and proppant consumption
Higher short-term and long-term water production