Unfortunately, we must be vigilante of the ever intrusive eco-marxists at the EPA. They already have a vendetta against Texas and would certainly jump at the opportunity to find fault in the drilling technology. The New York Times is already peddling the unfounded allegations that shale fracking causes water pollution:
"As evidence mounts that fracking poses risks to water supplies, the federal government and regulators in various states are considering tighter regulations on it."
There is only one problem with this supposition; evidence of water pollution simply doesn't exist. The writers at the NYT ought to watch this video of the EPA Director admitting at a congressional hearing that there is no evidence that hydraulic fracking is inimical to our water supplies: