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Coterra Energy Acknowledges Fracking Polluted Water of PA Residents, Will Pay $16 Million

HeadlineDec 01, 2022

In Pennsylvania, the fracking company Coterra Energy has agreed to pay $16.2 million after pleading “no contest” for polluting the water in and around the community of Dimock. Coterra, which was previously known as Cabot Oil and Gas, will also pay water bill payments for the impacted residents for the next 75 years.

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