Oil and gas producing and servicing companies provide “very limited” disclosure around risks and impacts of their hydraulic fracturing (fracking) activity, according to research commissioned by the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI).
Overall, the PRI-commissioned report found that most firms do not provide a clear picture of their fracking activities, “even within markets where there is a high level of production and servicing activity,” PRI said.
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